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Grammatical Revolution
Grammatical Revolution
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Christian
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All Artists: Grits
Title: Grammatical Revolution
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Gotee Records
Original Release Date: 5/18/1999
Release Date: 5/18/1999
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, Christian
Styles: Pop Rap, Rap & Hip-Hop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 669447280521, 669447280545, 669447280552

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Grits--not only the future, but the present as well.
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In Grammatical Revolution, Grits has produced an artwork that stands out from anything else in the music world today. First off, every song on the album has a unique sound. The beats, the instruments, and the flow are all original. Second, the album is incredibly futuristic and visionary in its sound and makeup. It uses a huge variety of sound colors, instruments, and rhythms in such a way that it redifines what hip-hop is. Thirdly, Cofee and Bone are by far the most creative, versatile, and skilled rappers on the planet--that includes secular rappers. They weave poety, clever phrases, tongue-twisting tempo changes, and rhymes that amaze us with unprecedented creativity and skillfulness. However, the quality that I appreciate the most about Grits is their integrity. In Grammatical Revolution, they have constructed a work of art; an album that is more musical and true to the standards of their art form than any other rap album. It's clear that they aren't in the business for money, fame, or themselves. They make hip-hop in order to communicate with people and speak truth to them, and in doing so, they elevate hip-hop to its highest manifestation. Other artists take note: for the foreseeable future, Grits is and will be the standard by which all other rap artists are judged."
Grits rocks the Mic in Grammatical Revolution
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you like The Roots, Blacked Eyed Peas, and De La Soul, Then you will like Grits. Or if you are looking for some good underground rap that is not mainstream this is it. Grits Provides a positive lyrical content away from the sin filled and angry rap and hip hop we listen to today. people said that it couldn't be done mixing the gospel teachings with rap and hip hop but grits by far proves that wrong. You won't even notice that it is super christain you will be mesmerized by the phat beats and smoot rhymes that are produced by the group. There other Cd's Factors of the seven and mental releases and just as good. my favorite is factors of the seven. to sum it up grits is hip hop they are true mc's trying to get the positivity out of hip hop in this dark worl."
Anyone who doubts GRITS just don't know!
the_real_dj404 | GROOVE | 07/24/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"What I mean is this: Coffee and Bonafide go way back in the Christian Hip Hop Scene. Sure Christian rap is about 14 years old now, but GRITS was one of the first to release a HIP HOP album. Do you remember tight jams like 10-A-Cee, Screen Door and Cataclysmic Circles? Yeah that was GRITS. Then they came out with People Noticin Me, US Open, and Fragmentation. My Point is this, GRITS being the best IS open for discussion. But remember, they are the BOMB! I'll be honest enough to admit that when I first heard this CD from them I was a little disapointed. Then, the next time I heard it, it hit me. These Guys are brilliant. They incorporate stuff that anyone can relate to with music that anyone can appreciate. Then they come out with C2K, which is just a "new Millenium" version of the off da hook jam, "Cataclysmic Circles" from their first project. Don't Listen to the one NEGATIVE review from someone who doesn't know anything about good Hip Hop, Instead, buy this CD and see for yourself. If you don't agree that they are some of the best rap out there, then I just don't know about you, do I? PS. The first time I heard of this guy Knowdaverbs, was on a GRITS CD, so there ya have it. dj404's rant about how great GRITS are. I like my GRITS with eggs and milk...not CHEESE! peace!"