Mind Blowin' Hip-hop's public enemy No. 1 is back with a straight-faced play for credibility, both street (rugged bass lines and much talk about cheeba) and artistic… Mind Blowin' Hip-hop's public enemy No. 1 is back with a straight-faced play for credibility, both street (rugged bass lines and much talk about cheeba) and artistic… Vanilla Ice Hip-Hop/Rap
Music Review

Mind Blowin' (1994)

EW's GRADE
D

Details Lead Performance: Vanilla Ice; Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Hip-hop's public enemy No. 1 is back with a straight-faced play for credibility, both street (rugged bass lines and much talk about cheeba) and artistic (writing and production credits). Too bad Mind Blowin' is more clunky than funky; and ''silly'' doesn't begin to describe rhymes like ''I'm walkin' a wide path/I never ever walk it narrow/Steppin' on stage with funky hip-hop apparel.'' D

Originally posted Mar 25, 1994 Published in issue #215 Mar 25, 1994 Order article reprints
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