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The Gift Of Gab

About The Gift Of Gab

An exceptional emcee from the Bay Area, Gift of Gab is the rhyming half of underground favorites Blackalicious. Known for his dexterous flow and imaginative wordplay, he's won accolades from critics and fans across the globe. In addition to his work with Blackalicious, he's lent his skills to a number of other albums and such quality compilations as Quannum Spectrum and Solesides Greatest Bumps. In early 2004, Gab released his first solo album, Fourth Dimensional Rocketships Going Up.

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The Gift Of Gab

An exceptional emcee from the Bay Area, Gift of Gab is the rhyming half of underground favorites Blackalicious. Known for his dexterous flow and imaginative wordplay, he's won accolades from critics and fans across the globe. In addition to his work with Blackalicious, he's lent his skills to a number of other albums and such quality compilations as Quannum Spectrum and Solesides Greatest Bumps. In early 2004, Gab released his first solo album, Fourth Dimensional Rocketships Going Up.

About The Gift Of Gab

An exceptional emcee from the Bay Area, Gift of Gab is the rhyming half of underground favorites Blackalicious. Known for his dexterous flow and imaginative wordplay, he's won accolades from critics and fans across the globe. In addition to his work with Blackalicious, he's lent his skills to a number of other albums and such quality compilations as Quannum Spectrum and Solesides Greatest Bumps. In early 2004, Gab released his first solo album, Fourth Dimensional Rocketships Going Up.

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About The Gift Of Gab

An exceptional emcee from the Bay Area, Gift of Gab is the rhyming half of underground favorites Blackalicious. Known for his dexterous flow and imaginative wordplay, he's won accolades from critics and fans across the globe. In addition to his work with Blackalicious, he's lent his skills to a number of other albums and such quality compilations as Quannum Spectrum and Solesides Greatest Bumps. In early 2004, Gab released his first solo album, Fourth Dimensional Rocketships Going Up.

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