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SLUG MAGAZINE album review of "Trilogy"

Reaper the Storyteller
Trilogy
Self-Released
Street: 05.11
Reaper the Storyteller = Outkast + The Roots + 2pac

The mantra that Reaper the Storyteller imposes on himself is no lie. His subject matter is the stuff of true substance. Oftentimes, hip hop focuses on inflating the ego, smoking dank weed and fucking mad bitches. The Reaper would rather delve deep into the conflicted and troubled mind. While Trilogy is no party, there are plenty of tracks that get your head nodding. “Try” is one of those tracks. It has the same bluesy feel of Dr. Dre’s “No Diggity,” and the melody in the chorus will make you want to put the track on repeat. The Reaper employs live instruments on his recordings and does it well. The thing that gives this album away as good music is the fact that the music can stand alone as great blues, funk and jazz.
-Chris Proctor

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released 13 March 2013

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Reaper The Storytellers ability to tap into the darkest areas of humanity’s common soul, and bring out a sense of hope and purpose, has earned him rave reviews and interviews, a cable network deal and national attention through college and community radio stations.He's known as the voice for the unheard, rapping tales of real life drama that most lyricists won’t touch. ... more

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