Kool Keith - Dr. Octagon Part II download album
Kool Keith, Dr. Octagon.
Octagon Part II. Critic Score.
Keith Matthew Thornton (born October 7, 1963), better known by his stage name Kool Keith, is an American rapper from The Bronx, New York known for his surreal, abstract and often profane or incomprehensible lyrics. Kool Keith has recorded prolifically both as a solo artist and in group collaborations. Kool Keith is generally considered to be one of hip-hop's most eccentric and unusual personalities.
A street level Keith creating club tracks for the hood is an interesting thought, but here it just doesn't work, and the rapper himself is at least half responsible. His strange and sleazy verses aren't up to their usual standard and his delivery often seems unaware of the beats underneath.
Hey, Dr. Octagon You know how it is When you're in the bathtub I'm there, to give you the Oil of Olay To rub it all over your head Dr. Octagon, proctologyst, lyrical scientist Women know my twist When I release the hits There's no one on the invitation guest list Organic kilometer, you feel the temperature Playing.
On DR. OCTAGON PART 2, the many sides of Kool Keith have been amalgamated to reveal the whole being. Or at least, they reveal who Kool Keith is today: a multi-talented MC/producer who seems to have found his sense of being and purpose, a hip-hop powerhouse about to get his due. "With this album, I'm taking rap to a whole new perspective and I'm playing with it," Keith says.
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On April 5, 2018April 16, 2018 By weirdestbandIn Band of the Week. Even in a genre where having multiple aliases is practically a job requirement, few hip-hop artists have cycled through characters as frenetically as Kool Keith. A little more about Kool Keith, for those not familiar: Born Keith Thornton in the Bronx in 1963, he came up in hip-hop’s formative years as part of Ultramagnetic MCs, whose 1988 album Critical Beatdown is one of those records you probably know even if you think you don’t. Even in those early days, he was always considered slightly unhinged - so much so that when he once joked during an interview about spending time in a mental hospital, everyone assumed he was serious.
|Take It Off||3:51|
|New York City||4:10|
|Dr. Octagon 2||3:30|
|Jocking My Style||1:53|
|Can I Touch Ya Butt Girl?||3:46|
|You Know You Want It||3:09|
|RTE-CD-43||Kool Keith||Dr. Octagon Part II (CD, Album)||Real Talk Entertainment||RTE-CD-43||US||2008|
|RTE-3343-2||Kool Keith||Dr. Octagon Part II (CD, Album)||Real Talk Entertainment||RTE-3343-2||US||2004|