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Shawn Lov / Press

“A refreshing classic style that pulls the best from the 90′s with a post modern flow.”

“Shawn concretes a reputation as an intelligent, insightful and emotive MC.”

Issue 21 - Twenty4Seven

“Every other line he says is quotable and, lyrically, he writes his ass off”

Zeph - XLR8R

“Lov is deadly serious about making quality hip hop.”

Alida Hoebee - Onion

“Refreshingly mature - the beats are tight and the rhymes flow with a freestyle edge while cutting to the heart of their lyrical matter.”

Rolling Stone

“Shows lyrical depth and skill at a rare level of brilliance.”

Shane Scott - Beat

“'Waiting for a Ghost' proves a personal and painfully honest release. There are some mighty-impressive cuts here.”

Dan Rule - Music Australia Guide

“The deepness of Shawn Lov's lyrical content can be only merely understood after the second or third listen of each track, and it's awesome to hear such endless diversity and passion from an artist who has been just sitting on the edge of fame for so long. 9/10”

Ryan Farrington - Sauce

“It's always a pleasure to hear this empire builder on the mic.”

3D World/Stealth Magazine

"Waiting for a Ghost" has a reminiscent feel, flawlessly bringing a true school hip-hop sound. The word that most effectively describes this album is simply dope. This is pure hip-hop, no filler, plenty of wordplay, lots of skill, dope production, solid guest spots, bumpable front-2-back.

YouDee - BNEsFinest

“A fusion of vision and voice and passion that is delivered to you with unending intensity and integrity.”

PZ - Beat

“Perfectly balances personal insight with deft lyricism.”

Scene

“Pulses with frustration and hunger, and bitterness never sounded so good. Exquisite.”

James D'Apice - Drum Media

“If you've slept on Shawn Lov til now it's time to wise up, wake up and grab a historically-sharp and artistically-dope album before your mind blacks out. ”

Clayton Bennett - OzHipHop
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