A blunt stream of consciousness. A crash course in reality. A 15-track demonstration displaying maturity, growth, pain and beauty.
Inspired by the great Gil Scott Heron, Dell-P returns – shortly after the release of his acclaimed A New Beginning. The jazzy, soul filled production credits are given to frequent partner in rhyme Samad Dawson.
To keep this far from another album review that you probably won’t read, let the music allow you to draw your own opinion. This is black excellence. Painted vividly, some may continue to turn their heads the other way and ignore reality. But this dense of a release is necessary in 2016 and graciously accepted from fans of true school hip-hop and awoken members of society. It’s deeper then rapping over beats – this lp embodies the word “message”, as Dell-P is known to offer. Peace and love, world.
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