“Part of why Gravediggaz's '6 Feet Deep' continues to be hailed and viewed so favorably after all these years goes beyond its actual contents and instead in how it was marketed and branded. The horrorcore narrative certainly wasn’t hurt by placement in multiple horror films. While all '6 Feet Deep’s' big-screen film soundtrack features likely provided desirable licensing fees and additional promotion for '6 Feet Deep,' it simultaneously hammered home this idea of Gravediggaz as a novelty act as opposed to the multifaceted conceptual art-as-revenge project it actually is. As evidenced by Paul’s next releases apart from the group, it remains a tonally singular record in a broader discography.”