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Quite possibly my favorite Bone solo.....
Daniel | Cali | 02/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This cd is VERY under appreceiated. Had it not been cut short, it woulda been a classic. Bizzy's album is the most personal Bone album yet, and he had alot of stuff to get off his chest for this cd. "Thugs Cry" describes life at his record label (which hes been fueding with), and the video portrays him as a convict in prison (the prison representing his label). Songs like March On Washington and Yes Yes Yall were nice but tragically cut short. The album concept, which describes of how we are being watched by God (thus the title of Heavenz Movie) is one of my favorite concepts that Bone has come up with. Menensky Mobbin tells about racial issues, and Waitin 4 Warefare, (an Art Of War type song) describes being mentally superior to your opposition. For slow jam fans, yall will LOVE On The Freeway. Its almost a love song, nicely constructed. Demons Surround Me is the troubles and anger built up inside Bizzy. His flow in this song is BEAUTIFUL, at its finest, fast, but yet clear. Then there is Nobody Can Stop Me, telling the story of his tragic child hood, and how he and his mother were living under the hands of an abusive father. He also talks about being a foster child, and he was apparantly molested as a child ("If i told you i was molested would you look at me pale"). A great song, one of the deepest ive ever heard. The Roof Is On Fire is a BANGER', and a nice song to get high to. My favorite track however, is Social Studies. Its songs like these that make Bizzy (and Bone) so great. It describes the on-going problem of youth bringing guns to school and shooting up their peers. Many of these shooting were blamed on Bone's music, and Bizzy ANGRILY argues this fact in the song. Indeed, Bone's music is meant to have a "real" and positive message in it, and they took it the wrong way. It isnt Bone's fault for these shootings, its the youth's fault for not using their brains. Anyways, a great album, one which as grown on me to become one of my favorites. Buy it now!"
Bone sits on the thrown always & forever
jaide | 01/19/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I can't stand it when people dis Bone's style. They are the most creative rap group and the deepest rap group. If you can't feel them, I don't know how you can feel at all. This album stands out from any other rap album. Bizzy's voice is tha bomb, no doubt. "Nobody Can Stop Me" is the best song on the album because it's the realest. His voice is in full effect on the whole album, and he really expresses his mind. Not too many rappers will attempt to really go that deep cause there just not deep. Being from Cleveland I've always felt a strong connection with Bone and can really relate with them, especially Bizzy. Even though some of the songs are cut too short, as long as you luv Bizzy that won't even matter. This is music for the soul. This is real SOUL music."
Sheer Lyrical Pleasure...
Cynthia L. Papin | Denver, CO United States | 02/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Delving into the world of Bone Thugs and Harmony has been quite enjoyable. I decided to try out Bizzy Bone's Heaven'z Movie, because I had tried Krayzie and Flesh N Bone, and let me tell you, I am IMPRESSED with Bizzy's lyrical style and flow. Not to mention the music is incredible! "On The Freeway" "Waitin' For Warfare" "When Thugs Cry" are absolutely the best!
It's just amazing how talented these brothas truly are, they are NOT just a passing phase, but something that everyone should Stop, Look and Listen to....
Heaven'z Movie should be in your music collection...
Play it, you'll understand why!