“Eugenics” is packed with incredibly fresh music, and that’s an understatement. “Eugenics” starts off with a phat intro packed with many tight sound effects that take your ears on a journey that’s definitely felt. There definitely ain’t no sleeping, cuz this album keeps its ill composure through-out.
All of the beats, cuts, scratches are all equally ill; however, the freshest beat backs the track entitled “Bombing”. Tight change-ups, tight cuts, tight scratching, smooth flow, tight rhymes bombard your ears non stop with explosive material. “Running up on ya” is a close second, but in actuality, all of the beats are a very close second, all being tremendously ill, and again, that’s an understatement.
The most enlightening beat on this album is the unique sounding “mufukawhut remix” which is felt. It’s a little different, but its really appeasing to the ear lobes, and sets heads in banging motion.
The track containing the freshest lyrics is “Rap Insomniac”. Not all of the lyrics were full of mad quotables, but the lyrics had mad flow, and despite the occasional dip, the content of the rhymes is fairly tight.
Although “Eugenics” kept a tight composure throughout, there was a greater intensity towards the end of the album. Eugenics concludes with an amazingly rhythmic beat that’s felt strong, and makes the perfect outro to any album. It doesn’t get much better then this.