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MUJESTIC

The 2nd Language
Language Arts
Mujestic
by Keith Ancker



Hip Hop has the power, baby. It can transcend cultural, racial boundaries and get everyone on the same page. For example, Tacoma's The 2nd Language is made up of Cambodians whose love for the music has resulted in Language Arts, a surprisingly well done album that will have cats bobbing from the crib to the car to the club. And far from being stuck in a rut, The 2nd Language have enough versatility to kick a number of different flows on club ish ("Corona Nights"), braggadocios jams like "Shuffle (B-Boy Stance)," which also qualifies as the best joint on the album, and plain old sex-type tracks like "Massagin' This Stick." Produced entirely by Red Cambino, Language Arts exhibits hints of that emerging Seattle/NW sound, that smoothness and clean flow that come from, and complement, the rainy days the area has to offer. Rainy City music, baby. With some work on their flows and their hooks, these guys have the potential to blow up. Worth the cheddar if you need something to nod to.



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Immersed in a vibrant world where bets and wagers are a part of everyday living, 17 year old Paulina has found herself attracted to the game; a love understood and shared by her father, Sam, and an avid community of Cambodian gamblers. Met with strong disapproval from her sister Sopheap, Paulina remains strongly tied to the community. But soon she finds herself in the midst of her father’s war with addiction, and the realities of this world is unmasked; Paulina must inevitably choose between the world she is drawn to and the life she might someday want.

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