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Nex Millen / Press

“This is one of the most artistic and impressive projects I have heard in a long time. Nex Millen's sonic backdrops are engaging and always respectful never taking attention away from the star and speaker, Mumia Abu Jamal. Mumia is the real draw as his clear voice and his brilliant intelligence transcends out of the prison cell into your ears. What an introduction to such a figure, which will not only give you enjoyable listens but move you to look for more of his work. Assata also has a wonderful guest appearance with probably the best beat on "To be like Malcolm..." and Legalized Crime is a certified jam that can be played anywhere.”

"This is what hip hop is supposed to sound like!"

“Nex Millen tracks that range from gritty, sampled based funked up joints to hazy reggae-tinged heaters.”

“Nex Millen has put together the type of song that Cee Know has favored throughout his career, successfully combining the cosmic & the bohemian into something that will keep hip hop heads nodding- Mr. Jones, 33Jones.com ”

33jones.com

“Nex Millen has been one of Philly’s best triple threats (DJ/producer/MC) since number 7 on the Eagles was originally Bobby Hoying. Originally a member of Nuthouse with Dave Ghetto and Fel Sweetenberg, Nex has rocked monthly parties (like the Zodiac Party) behind the table and on the mic effortlessly. His work with Camden MC Poesh Wonder always reminded me “Double Trouble” by The Roots and Mos Def off Things Fall Apart. Naturally, Nex just went to work on the two beat tapes from Zap and I with no communication or heads up. That’s just what Nex does–he goes to work….like an architecht (c) Kool Moe Dee/George Costanza”

““This track has a very positive vibe, we need more tracks like this & more positive artists...The power of positive thinking is wonderful!” – Charity, Trillvision TV Cleveland OH.”

Trillvision TV

““Nex Millen is the true hip hop renaissance man and a shining example of the best in Philly hip hop.””

“Nex Millen is one of the illest Dj, Producer, Mc, ever to come out of Philly. check him out”

“The main thing I respect about the Nex Millen/Poesh Wonder a.k.a.Juani Sucio project is it’s consistancy and overall cohesive sound. The album matches from beginning to end without each song sounding the same. It’s a fine line but as Poesh said “Pop a wheelie on a tightrope juggling Margaritas, wont spill a drop.” Nuff said.”

Mars-5 "Breakbread Projects"

“just got this Nex Millen-produced project from tri-state MC Poesch Wonder entitled The Chronicles Of Juani Sucio, and this shit reminds me of some of the albums I would dig into in the mid to late 90s, with the blunted textures and liver-feel to the beats. Some dubby vibes in here, and dude's flow and voice fit perfect to the cuts on this one. I'm listening to this, wondering how it'll sound live!”

"Two Philly Hip-Hop legends in their own right come correct on this one...With our country's new leader in office; this joint is right on time. Uplifting Hip-Hop, the way it should ALWAYS sound!" - DJ Jay-Ski WPHI 100.3 The Beat / XM Radio

WPHI 100.3 The Beat/XM Radio

"I Am Somebody" captures the same conscious, positive vibe that made Doodlebug's earlier efforts some of the most memorable songs of the 90's.A reminder of what hip hop's been missing since the Digable Planets. -Mr. Jones, 33jones.com

Radio One-Sheet

"I Am Somebody" is a musical affirmation for the new age of music lovers and for those ready to take the hip hop generation to the next level. – Marci Krufka ,Respect The Culture

Respect The Culture.com

“Nex Millen and Cee Knowledge drop jewels on ‘I Am Somebody.’ This is two vets spreading a positive message over a track that will get you amped.” - Zilla Rocca, ClapCowards.com ”

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