The Lost Cauze, a West Philadelphia native,
returns with Long Live The Cause Volume
Two: I Am Legend Mixtape. This 25-track
piece features production by Stress, Cocaine,
Duchebags, Tibby Hunter, Luke Raws, DJ
Huggy, Haj of Dumhi, Dev Rocka, Eyego
Direct and St. Andrews among others. Reef
is busy doing his rounds around the country
and internationally and you see why he's
in demand on this mix as he flows with
wit and cunningness and makes you wonder
what took you so long to listen!
The Lost Cauze stands on his own so
bonus collaborations with artists like
Skyzoo, Stu Bangers, Dev Rocka, Planet
Asia, Q-Unique, Viro The Virus, Ill Bill
and King Magnetic are bonuses. Check out
the "Clothes Off" (Stress Remix)
from the Gym Class Heroes featuring Reef
and Ghostface Killah, "Slow Flow",
"Politics", "Class Is in
Session", "Bring Back The Raw
Hiphop Remix", and the unreleased
"Feast or Famine" title track.
"Bomb Love" seems to poke fun
at the R&B game and is funny including
the riffs and attempts at singing! "Cannon"
lets Reef get his venom off his chest
and it seems to be a lot! "350 An
Ounce", a clear reference to the
trees, talks about Philly and uses the
track from Jay-Z's "Roc Boys"
including those lovely horns!
the title says something in itself it's
a feel good song where Reef has fun talking
about green meaning go!Reef seems to poke
fun at himself and others with ease and
it apparent on "Hipster Rap",
a track about doing cocaine and "I'm
Famous", a track that borrows from
Lupe Fiasco's "Superstar" cut.
like the mix because it's a long and short
ride at the same time. While it's 25 tracks,
it's a little over an hour and you won't
get bored. I particularly liked the slower
tracks that let Reef build a story like
"The Ghost" and "Lonely
Streets". I'll give it 4 GeoGlobes.
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