Fully-formed lyrically, his inaugural LP immediately established Kane as one of the most skilled rappers at the time.
When Long Live The Kane dropped, Kane was sort of like a combination of Rakim and LL COOL J. He was an absolute top-tier lyricist with a unique style of crafting and delivering his rhymes, but he also possessed the charisma and good looks of a movie star. He would play to his sex appeal as his career progressed, but in 1988, his main aim on record was to demonstrate his lyrical domination.
-Jesse Ducker (Albumism)
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