The A-side on this 7″ from Chuck D‘s label is “One Man‘s Dope,” a subpar track with subpar rhymes; it‘s not terrible, but it‘s not my style, and the beat is pretty simplistic-almost like a skeleton track. The B-side, “Psychodelix Holy Ghost” by 7th Octave, has a more upbeat, hip-hop-meets-rock feel circa ‘91. It‘s more developed than the flip, but again suffers from subpar rhymes and unoriginal beats. You‘ve heard it all before.