The Return of Dirty Harriet-Album Review: Rah Digga’s Classic

Rah Digga

“They say I’m what the game been missing/ tell em rhymes do matter but they ain’t listenin” -Rah Digga

Rah Digga is back on the scene. After a 10 year gap between this album and her debut project Dirty Harriet, Classic is a welcome return to form for the former Flipmode affiliate. Coming in at 11 tracks with minimal features, the New Jersey based emcee showcases the lyrical talent hip hop heads have come to know and love over Nottz production. The Virginia based producer worked with Digga on her first album, so it comes as no surprise that the beats and samples match quite well with her punchline heavy, aggressive rhyme style.

The standout tracks on this album are “Solidified” and “Straight Spittin IV” On the song “Viral” Digga talks about her internet buzz and the appreciation of the fans. The remix of “This Ain’t No Lil Kid Rap” featuring Redman ends off the album quite nicely. While Classic falls a bit short of being a project great enough to ranked, well classic, it’s a solid album regardless. It’s good to have Rah Digga back on the rap scene in 2010. I rate this album a 3.5 out of 5.

Check out the video of “This Ain’t No Lil Kid Rap” below.


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