<em>Jonestown 2: Jimmy Go Bye Bye</em><br />
Read our original review <a href="http://torontoist.com/2011/02/sound_advice_jonestown_2_jimmy_go_bye_bye_by_d-sisive/">here</a>.
Alternately bleak and funny with an average of roughly 2.7 pop-culture references per minute, <em>Jonestown 2</em> is probably Toronto rapper D-Sisive's best work to date. Whether he's waxing nostalgic on “Derek from Northcliffe” or giving the music industry a well-deserved kick in the shins on <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcwgxV1dZEM" target="_blank">“If”</a> and “#1 Record,” Derek Christoff's wordplay is consistently razor sharp and complex as a Rubik's Cube, while producer Muneshine's beats mix classic boom-bap hip hop with unorthodox sample choices. In a just world, <em>Jonestown 2</em> would have been a hit record that sold like crazy but, sadly, we don't live in a just world. (CD)