Last year, King Just’s ”Warrior’s Drum” got thousands chanting ”Hey Ya Hey Ya Hey Ya Ho!” and awaiting this debut album. Despite the tight, hypnotic grooves contributed by producers like Easy Mo Bee (The Notorious B.I.G.), Mystics of the God hasn’t broken free of the Wu-Tang sound. Just’s tribal chant is solid, but it’s easy to mistake him for Raekwon or Method Man. B-
Mystics of the God Last year, King Just's ''Warrior's Drum'' got thousands chanting ''Hey Ya Hey Ya Hey Ya Ho!'' and awaiting this debut album. Despite the tight, hypnotic...Mystics of the GodHip-Hop/Rap Last year, King Just's ''Warrior's Drum'' got thousands chanting ''Hey Ya Hey Ya Hey Ya Ho!'' and awaiting this debut album. Despite the tight, hypnotic...1995-05-26
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: King Just; Producer (group): Blackfirst, Select
Posted May 26 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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