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Jazz Liberatorz ft. Sadat X and Lizz Fields - Speak The Language 12" [Kif SA Records]
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Written by Max Weldon   
Tuesday, 24 March 2009
Jazz Liberatorz ft. Sadat X and Lizz Fields - Speak The Language 12" [Kif SA Records]Having worked with a cornucopia of cutting edge Hip Hop talent, this French production trio have built an impressive back catalogue over the last 10 years. Seek out their 12’s with Declaime, Aloe Blac, T Love and Fat Lip for the science.

Frustratingly, the formula for their 12 inch releases often consists of one banger - featuring a good American rapper - followed by two or three unremarkable instrumental plodders. True to form, ‘Speak the Language’ featuring Sadat X is essential; the other tunes have their moments but feel like dead weight.

By: Max Weldon




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