"The Introduction" displays his versatility as he raps to three different beats, discussing why he chose the title of Urban Legend for his project. The last beat increases BPMís at a rapid pace, but still doesnít stop D-M.A.U.B. from matching it until it becomes too fast to rap to. The only criticism here is that this track is too short, sitting at a mere two minutes and nine seconds.
Spark It provides the syncopated beat on the hype "Letís Go", while D-M.A.U.B. strives to motivate and encourage those who are Christians and trying to win souls for Christ.
On "Stand Out", D-M.A.U.B. raps in a deeper and grittier tone to help display the serious nature of walking in the authority of being a child of the King. He seems to work well with Spark Itís production, which is evident on the snap style of the banger, "So Professional". This song is so catchy from the oriental-tinged intro to the dope flow to the beat. This song is not so much bragging on how dope it is, as it is expounding on the excellence of ministering with ďfeet on solid groundĒ.
Still wondering why this emcee calls himself an "Urban Legend"? He explains more on the title track, bringing a little swagger of being made by God, raised by the streets and saved by Christ.
"F.R.E.S.H." (Forever Representing Eternally Staying Holy), produced by THE Tony Stone, is a chilled out jam that is a good play on the word, "fresh".
People, take notice of the zany, creative and up and coming emcee D-M.A.U.B.. Urban Legend is one to put in your collection.
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— review by Dwayne Lacy —
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