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Review: Lil Corb – Danger Zone

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Danger Zone is a classic album from former Kami Kaze Inc. member Lil Corb (Corbin Rome) that was released in 2002. Lil Corb was known as the “Killa from the North Side” in Memphis, Tennessee. Many of the tracks on this album are pulled from his debut album entitled Killa from the North Side which was locally released on cassette only in the Memphis area during 1994. MC Mack produced this album and the Killa from the North Side cassette in 1994.

Most of the tracks on this album are newly recorded tracks that did not appear on the 1994 Killa from the North Side cassette. Tracks such as the Intro, Deadly Friend, Killa from the North Side, and Shot Outs are from the Killa from the North Side cassette. Only the difference is that the production and sound quality is more polished for the new millennium to comply with having a more updated sound. The reverb and treble have been slightly adjusted as those settings have been turned down.

Deadly Friend is from the Killa from the North Side cassette that was released in 1994. The only difference is that the sound quality and production is more polished. The music instrumentation arrangements have been rearranged to have a more polished updated sound. Percussion is more processed and treble has been slightly reduced.

Deadly Friend definitely has that spooky horrorcore sound. Deadly Friend and Killa from the North Side are both tracks that will want to make you sit alone meditating in the dark while you drift away listening to the horrorcore sound of Lil Corb. It’s insane how Lil Corb mastered the triplet flow. His style is very much similar to MC Mack and Three 6 Mafia.

Killa from the North Side was pulled from the Killa from the North Side cassette that was released in 1994. The only difference is the production and sound quality is more polished. The music instrumentation arrangements have been rearranged to have a more polished updated sound. Percussion is more processed and treble has been slightly reduced.

Lil Corb rips shit on Killa from the North Side. Killa from the North Side and Deadly Friend are both tracks that will want to make you sit alone meditating in the dark while you drift away listening to the horrorcore sound of Lil Corb. Killa from the North Side is a Memphis classic!

Lil Corb and Memphis rapper M-Child let us know that they are not playing around on the song This Ain’t No Game. This song did not appear on the 1994 album Killah From The North Side.

Rest In Power uses some heavy bass that blends in perfectly with the production. Lil Corb brings back that old underground M-Town sound on this song. The style is reminiscent and similar to Three 6 Mafia. The song uses sampled vocal clips all over the place.

Run Yo Mouth has a Todd Rundgren sample to it. It’s insane how Lil Corb mastered the triplet flow here on Run Yo Mouth. Lil Corb brings back that old underground M-Town sound on this song. The lyrics are quirky and insane. Run Yo Mouth, as well, has an updated more polished sound. Good shit.

I rate this album 4/5****.

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