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 n.— «Staying true to the early- to mid-‘90s boom-bap aesthetic—”boom-bap” being an onomatopoeic nod to the ferocity of the kick and snare drums—the album was unapologetically rooted in New York’s Golden Era. And so were its featured rappers, many of whose careers peaked, at least commercially, during that time.» —“Made in Manhattan” by Nick Aveling Toronto Star (Canada) Nov. 30, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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