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  • Summary: The San Francisco Bay Area native releases his third album, his first on Epitaph Records.
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  1. For his second solo studio record, the Quannum Projects godfather veers left from his sample-centric background and into something that should be highly pleasing to anyone who enjoyed hip-hop in 1988.
  2. Like Big Boi and Andre 3000, Lyrics Born is on a mission to expand the boundaries of the genre. He doesn't always succeed, and the result is an album that is a little inconsistent, but it is damn good more often than not.
  3. He’s still expanding his vocal range, but this hour of soulful, sugary funk will accompany your summer parties quite well.
  4. There are many moments here when the good times roll effectively enough, but rarely as well as past Born efforts.
  5. It's a fun album, full of off-kilter, electro-tinged grooves. Trouble is, backpacker/conscious/positive hip-hop is every bit as cliched as the most unthinking gangsta rap. [Apr 2008, p.163]
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    Everywhere At Once, LB's Anti-debut, is also a practice in nostalgia--but it's decidedly more me-centric in execution. [Mar/Apr 2008, p.109]
  7. Truly hyph-lite, LP four, Everywhere at Once, drops more fizzle than pop over a rote canvas of 1980s B-boy stance and 'Hott 2 Deff' breaks.

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