Caligula brings hard core heat to fans world wide via his graphic rhymes, and flawless delivery. The Clone Killer EP is a diamond in the rough that fans need to bless with their undivided listening attention. Caligula is making noise, and everyone needs to take notice.
The most notable songs featured on the EP include “Caligulanity”, “Better Than You”, “Clone Killer”, and the bonus tracks “Triple Shot”, and “Clone Killer” remix. The EP contains seven (7) tracks, and an additional three (3) bonus tracks, some dated back & rare. The bonus tracks definitely add to the overall albums appeal. The music is heated.
The beats on the album are incredible. Lyrikill, God Aweful, and QuikieMart do an outstanding job with the production. The sounds & vibes grab fans, dazzle them, and allure them deep into the music where Caligula’s rhyme prowess knocks them out.
Caligula’s guests include Pathethic, Cadence, Kimani, Lyrikill, and Aesop of Living Legends. These guests contribute positively to the respective songs that they are featured in. It’s always nice to see guest appearances on albums, especially when the guests make some lovely musical contributions.
Caligula’s rhymes are well written, well delivered, very entertaining, captivating, and simply dazzling. Caligula’s strongest attribute is his flow, intensity, and articulation. He rides the music like bare back swimsuit models ride photographers for cover shots. Seriously, Caligula demands attention with his music & he’ll slam a fans ear drums with raw intensity to get it.
The cover art is well put together, both graphically, and conceptually. Long Range Distribution did a great job with piecing everything together. Since Long Range Distribution is behind the release, it should receive some excellent distribution in America, so hopefully fans can find this release in their local record shop, or online at the home of Long Range Distribution.
Caligula is making mad noise, and fans need to tune in; otherwise, miss out on some of the best music they haven’t heard. If you sleep on this EP it’s a shame because this is a keystone piece to any collection & one of the most refreshing EP’s to come our way in a while.
Reviewed By HipHopHotSpot.Com