#20: Sa-Ra Creative Partners – Nuclear Evolution: The Age of Love


I have to admit that I have never been a fan of Sa-Ra. They managed to simply tip-toe along the outside of my focused interests and go mostly unnoticed. Their newest album Nuclear Evolution, however, is the product that has truly pronounced the group’s potential. The result is rugged old-school hip hop at its best.

I’m not going to ramble on about this record, because it is what it is. There really isn’t one thing that makes it spectacular or there isn’t necessarily something on it that will change the face of music. It’s just a good hip-hop record. Period – the end.

Some of my favorite tracks on the record are:

  • Dirty Beauty
  • Bitch Baby
  • Move Your Ass

Here is a video of Sa-Ra performing “Traffika” for MySpace Music:

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