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He has dumbed his lyrics down considerably, from Rip The Jacker or he was incredibly rusty for not being involved with music for a while. Goodness gracias! When I was at a third, I was just begging the powers that be for this to be over.

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CANIBUSAreas in the brain associated with organization and motivation (yellow) become more active when rappers freestyle, or improvise lyrics. At the beginning of 2010, Canibus had already dropped Melatonin Magik, which in many ways seemed a return to form for the C-man. He wasn’t done yet as he also dropped C Of Tranquility in October. Another album that had been announced a long time ago, so Canibus had plenty of time to put a lot of work in it. New album, new label though, this time Interdependent Media.

One thing you will not Blame me for is Canibus’ loss in the Vendetta: Battle Royale on the 9th. Some of you weren’t even born when Canibus was out there battling LL Cool J. Well, here are a couple of songs for you to comprehend.


Canibus was simply too good of a rapper for his own good. With his gravely-voiced flow and penchant for using words like “encephalograph” in his rhymes, ‘Bis’s bars many times flew over the average hip-hop fans head and bordered on, as Eminem would say , using too many complicated fckin’ words for ya. While many of the productions on his debut album provided a canvas for commercial singles, Canibus had trouble adjusting his flows and understanding he was making a song rather than trying to eat, eat, eat, eat emcees.

I think Canibus tried to make something of this (though he was far from his best) and Phoenix Orion does his thing as well, though he is not someone I would immediately check out. A shame that these two just have no chemistry at all between them. Maybe they had some regrets signing up for this after they heard these beats though. With such weak and uncreative beats there is just no honor to be saved. I guess it’s no surprise that this seems to be the only release that Head Trauma Records has ever put out and that the label now seems defunct.

2000 B.C. featured the first collaboration between Canibus and Kurupt , Ras Kass and Killah Priest , a rap supergroup collectively known as The HRSMN (referring to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ), on the track “Horsementality”. Though following 2000 B.C.’s release it had been announced that the group would be releasing an album, these plans never materialized, with only an EP of outtakes from 2001 entitled The Horsemen Project released by Killah Priest’s management in 2003. Since 2000, however, the members of the group have worked together on various songs and rumors of a full-length HRSMN album have persisted and include speculation about collaborations with Pharoahe Monch , Common and Rakim , among others.

By now you have probably heard and read about this past weekend’s bizarre battle between Canibus and Dizaster that featured the former rapper reading his third-round rhymes off a notepad. Well, today we brought you the news of an alleged apology from Canibus and now his manager, M-80 has come forward to address all the criticism. He’s done so in a lengthy statement, with which he also debunks the aforementioned apology from his client. Hmm.

Canibus released his latest CD, Rip the Jacker, in 2003 to acclaim. He takes his lyrics to another level, to the point where you need a Ph.D. just to understand what Canibus is spittin’. Most artists dumb down their topics so they can get a large fanbase, but Canibus isn’t about that anymore. He spits what he wants on this record, not what a mainstream artist like Wyclef would have wanted. He even describes the creation of the weak “C” True Hollywood Stories and disses to Eminem, due to depression. The creation of this album is truly original. You see, Canibus decided to join the army, and actually recorded this whole album accapella. Stoupe of Jedi Mind Tricks then matched beats with Canibus’s lyrics, a style of hip-hop that is rarely ever seen. This just goes to prove how ill and original of a lyricist Canibus is.

The rappers were all given an eight-measure (or -bar) backing track and a set of lyrics to memorize. After they rapped those lyrics in the fMRI scanner, they were given the same eight bars of music and told to freestyle about whatever they liked.

There is no doubt that Rapper’s Delight” is much more popular than Kim Tim III (Personality Jock)” but why do you think that is? Kim Tim III was rapped over original music played by The Fatback Band while Rappers Delight was rapped over samples from the very popular song Good Times” by Chic. Do you think the Good Times” sample helped Rappers Delight become more popular or do you think it’s just simply a better song? Do you think by Sugarhill Gang sampling Good Times” that it set the popular sampling trend in Hip-Hop? I would love to hear your thoughts so make sure you drop your 2 cents in the comments section below.

That’s what the club was chanting last night as they waited for Canibus to hit the stage Saturday night, sometime after midnight. Eventually the rapper appeared and immediately launched into his performance. Just one track in, he had to clear the sweat from his brow. The perspiration indicated the level of intensity with which Canibus would work his way through his heady music all night.

All Canibus did was write and spit. It was up to Stoupe to complete this album. For the first time in his career, Canibus was given the beats he deserved. The beats kind remind of the stuff that he did on Visions Of Ghandi and Legacy Of Blood (though I personally think it sounds more like the latter), but with a twist to it. For this album he gave the beats something extra, that give them a bit of a mystical feel. It’s hard to put your finger on, but it’s something that works incredibly with Canibus (and just wouldn’t fit as well with Vinnie Paz). Each track is incredible, as Stoupe keeps making heat. ‘Poet Laureate II’ deserves some special attention, not just because it’s one of, if not the, most celebrated Canibus song. Not only does Bis killed with one big ass verse, but Stoupe also kills it with an ever changing beat. Mindfuckingly good.

A new study finds that when rappers improvise, parts of their brains linked to motivation, organization and integration get active, while portions responsible for self-monitoring and control get quiet. The findings suggest freestyle rappers essentially shut down the parts of their brains that might disrupt their creative flow.

To sum up, it is unfortunate that Canibus lost the battle but the fact of the matter is Bis is not not built for that type of forum anymore. We all know Bis is a lyrical monster and his entire catalogue of tracks and albums is proof of that. Vendetta: Battle Royale was the first time since as far back as I can remember that Canibus has availed himself to an actual battle” of this magnitude and guess what…he lost to a guy who is considered the ‘KOTD Champion’ and only writes battle raps specifically for this arena at an event held in his hometown. Obviously the odds were against us.

In 2002, after the release of his third effort C True Hollywood Stories, Canibus was dismissed by the rap community for the series of lukewarm releases. His fourth album Mic Club: The Curriculum was a career changer, however, as it garnered generally positive reviews—a first for Canibus.

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By then, Em’s career with The Slim Shady LP has taken off into multi-platinum status, and he openly took shots against Canibus on tracks such as Role Model.” During the promotion of The Marshall Mathers LP and 2000 B.C., both Em and Canibus openly took shots against one another, with media outlets mostly leaning towards Canibus regarding the issue. Similar to the LL situation, Canibus was once again highlighted as the battle rapper. This might’ve kept his name in the loop, but certainly didn’t benefit Canibus’ growth as an artist.

In a recent rap battle against Dizaster, which was live and being filmed, he did something really strange and against all hip-hop rules, and pulled out a notepad mid-battle. The pope is catholic, water is wet and Canibus can’t keep his promise. So 2014 did not bring Rip The Jacker II, but Bis was able to bless his fans with another album.



I really like The 2nd Coming. I thought the emceeing was surprisingly good and the same goes for the beats. Despite its length the album goes by rather quickly and I thought it was a very easy listen. I enjoy it every time I play it. There aren’t any moments that I found to be weak. That said, would I recommend it to everyone? I most certainly would not. I like a lot of these guys involved, but I don’t think a whole lot of people would agree with me about this being a pretty nice release. I think you have to be into these artists and this kind of hip hop to really like this album.

Joe Budden loves to talk shit on Twitter. When he mentioned, I promise y’all that if I got high, I would smoke Canibus.” Being the battle” rapper he is, Canibus couldn’t take such diss lightly, as he riled up and took shots at Joey on Lyrical vs. Joey Cupcakes,” mentioning Royce Da 5’9” and hinting a possible feud between Slaughterhouse and HRSMN a.k.a. The Four Horsemen. But things didn’t go well as he planned (as always) with Ras Kass detaching himself from the issue and shortly announcing his departure from the supergroup.

Funny enough, both Joe Budden and Royce Da 5’9” bigged up Canibus for his past accolades but denounced Canibus’ current dwindling tenure. Maybe, instead of getting mad at younger heads for speaking their opinions, Bis can take an advice or two to better his career.

C of Tranquility was released on Oct. 5, 2010. Producers include DJ Premier , Irv Gotti , Jake One , Scram Jones , Tha Bizness and J-Zone 14 Originally recorded in 2008, it was sent to Interdependent Media for track mastery and release. Many of the beats were changed, and a few of the tracks were shortened.

The issue is, music versus lyrics. Does one aspect make a song a rap song more than another? The very essence of the genre would say that the lyrical style is what defines a song as Rap, but even this is debated. We can start with the lyrics then talk about the music though.

Regardless of the answer, there is no denying that Canibus has had one hell of career at least from an output perspective, releasing more than 15 solo or collaborative albums over a nearly 20 year career. A special emcee whose time in the mainstream spotlight was much too short, his legacy is one most rappers would die for. But still, it’s hard not to listen to that early freestyle and wonder just how big he could have been.

Germaine Williams (born December 9, 1974), better known by his stage name Canibus, is a Jamaican -born American rapper and actor He initially gained fame in the 1990s for his ability to freestyle, and eventually released his debut album Can-I-Bus in 1998. Since releasing his debut album, Canibus has gone on to release 13 solo studio albums in total, as well as multiple collaboration albums and EPs with other rappers as a member of The HRSMN , Sharpshooterz, Cloak N Dagga, The Undergods, and one-half of T.H.E.M.

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