Spin-backs, rewinds, some stellar scratching and playing classic hip-hop joints for the cognoscenti, that's what's put Grandmaster Flash and Q-Bert on top. Enter Rahzel, the Godfather of Noyze, one of Hip Hop's most unique talents. Human beatboxing is his wheelhouse and he's close to inconceivable in recreating a DJ on the turntables, evidenced on cuts from live performances, like LL Cool J's "Rock the Bells" and Wu-Tang Clan's "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothing to F*** With".
Make The Music 2000 showcases Rahzel as a great lyricist and rapper, plus solid production from Marley Marl, Pete Rock, Scott Storch and Bob Power. Plus, guest appearances from Q-Tip, Branford Marsalis, Slick Rick, and Erykah Badu make it one of the most enjoyable and best hip-hop albums of the late 90's.