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Boomkat Product Review:
'My Own Worst Enemy' is pretty much a timeless hip hop album that could
have come out anytime between 1994 and 2004, that's a very good sign.
Pure hip hop science from Boston's hip hop godfather who helped build a
scene where later on Edan, Time Machine and Insight broke through. This
album is fully produced in a labour of love style by Pete Rock. The cut
'Boston' kicks things off in a killer way, timeless fusion of beats,
lyrics and scratching, no more, no less. 'School'em' is a wicked uptempo
track, with tight guitar stabs, bumpin' bass and ill scratching. The
next best cut is 'Stop Dat' with Krumb Snatcha. Overall Ed come across
as a hip hop father figure dropping jewel's of knowledge to the new
school. A few more varied tempo track would have helped but all in all
this is a recommendable album. Ten tracks.