Thirdeye Magazine header image 2

Sage Francis

Human the Death Dance

July 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Human the Death Dance

Cutting his teeth on the floors of underground hip-hop clubs and emcee battlegrounds, Sage Francis’ latest effort examines the journey behind his growing notoriety. Serving as a mixtape of sorts, Sage Francis’ Human the Death Dance revisits his youth, with several recordings scattered throughout that feature the child Sage throwin’ down his best stuff. And while “Underground Dummies” serves as a fascinating summary of his career thus far, it’s in the dual attack of groove and brilliant lyrical exposé on “Clickety Clack” where Francis hits his full stride. He shows a remarkably heightened sense of self-awareness, especially regarding his culture and career. The result is a hip-hop album that seeps of intelligent rhymes and exudes a foreboding sense of impending doom. Sage Francis has emerged as a hip-hop artist who’s as smart as he is skilled. As the boys at Guiness would say; “brilliant!”

Tags: Reviews · ·

No Comments so far ↓

There are no comments yet...Kick things off by filling out the form below.

Leave a Comment

You must log in to post a comment.">home
  • reviews
  • interviews
  • gallery
  • literature
  • © 2007–2009 Thirdeye Magazine — Wordpress theme based on Cutline by Chris Pearson

    Stop SOPA!

    SOPA breaks our internet freedom!
    Any site can be shut down whether or not we've done anything wrong.

    Stop SOPA!