Person B: Something that's actually worth listening to. I bought an album by "The Roots".
Person A: Aint nobody wunna heer dat shyt sun. put dat shyt away.
Person B: Listen to this.
Person A: Damn, I can't believe I waisted 4 years of my life lsitening to that 50 Cent trash when I could've been indulging my brain in intelligent hip-hop like this. I'm even using proper grammar now.
Mike: JA RULE!
Dan: Nah... whoever that is. I'm tryin' to get The Tipping Point by the Roots, but I'm broke as fuck, gotta wait for that welfare to come in.
The band's latest release Game theory is the 7th release and the best one yet. For true fans of the group the flava' at times seems to touch back on Things Fall Apart and even Organix while maintaining a newer, never attempted direction all at once. The album is seamless. One can literally see the track change, however, you cannot HEAR it. Its flow eminates genius. One might compare its transitions and non-stop streaming to that of Dark Side of The Moon.
While The Roots remain the most under-rated band in hip-hop today, all fans agree: There Is no other Hip Hop act out there bringin it like this.
B-Boy 2: Word, sun.
B-Boy 1: Yo, spin dat shit B!
B-Girl : (to busy throwin' down to talk)
xPJx : The Roots Crew is The Illest!
Black Thought : No Doubt.