After a somewhat disappointing "Ice Cold" debut on America's Priority
records (becoming the first Canadian artist of any genre to be sign to an
international label), Choclair is back to make amends, and he does almost
Choclair has left the over-sexed ego behind now and has opted to make complete
songs that show his versatility and dedication to this crazy thing we call
On the first release Choclair was focused on flexing his American muscle by
collaborating with the likes of Guru or Gangstarr, Memphis Bleek and Rahzel
of The Roots. This time around his only international/American collabo is
with Kurupt on "Skunk"; who lets the world know his opinions on the 9/11
Though Choclair strayed form his International focus, he hasn't strayed from
his own click - The Circle - as he features Kardinal Offishall ("March 4"),
Saukratez ("Roll Something"), Ro Dolla ("Suave Dawg Thang"), Jully Black
("Light It Up") and Solitair ("3Some") throughout the album.
Besides the track "Hot Marshmellows" and the often irritating sample on
"Villain" SexualchiznocklateChoclairdaillflo'a returns with the album he
should have entered the game with. - An album that will hopefully let the
world know Canada has that next hot shit.
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