God Vs Satan
Interestingly enough, while Mhz made little noise as a group on Bobbito's now defunct Fondle 'Em imprint, each of it's members made their biggest splashes as solo artists. The group's producer, RJD2, became not only one of underground hip-hop's most loved instrumentalists, but also went on to produce several projects for many of backpack rap's favorite emcees. Copywrite also found underground acclaim, proving to be one of the illest unsigned emcees on the scene thanks to solo releases on both Eastern Conference and Nature Sounds. After signing with Definitive Jux, Camu Tao made a name for himself as one of the most underrated producers in the game, lending beats to various Weathermen related projects, not to mention getting his shine on the mic on E.C's Nighthawks album with Cage. Finally, Jakki The Motamouth steps up to deliver his long-awaited solo effort, courtesy of NCS Records, the label that brought you the original Mhz 'Tablescraps' CD. We've all heard Jakki shine on Copywrite's album, and if this LP - with production from RJD2, Copywrite, Camu, and others - holds up to what we've heard from the man, Jakki is easily next in line to be placed among his peers as one of the top artists the underground has to offer.