Flatbush Zombies drop off their 12-track album, ‘3001: A Laced Odyssey.’
The Zombies of Flatbush have finally come through with their album, 3001: A Laced Odyssey. What is there to find within this 12-track body of work? There’s plenty to explore as you enter their space (double entendre). It’s Brooklyn meets a space voyage. As they find themselves usually doing, they elevate the mind in the form of words and Erick Arc Elliot production. There is a lot of growth from Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice, and Erick. The “Beast Coast” movement continues to sprout with this new release from Flatbush Zombies.
“Bounce” was released as a single in the earlier part of February. Arguably being one of the few tracks that feel like vintage Flatbush, the title was relevant to the feel of the production.
You may have noticed Kanye West’s tweets that spoke on the death of CD’s. We are unlikely to ever get a physical copy of a Kanye West CD, and the same may go for the Zombies.
During their track “R.I.P.C.D.,” they speak on the generational changes that we’re in the midst of.
“R.I.P. to the CD can’t even play my hits, cause new computer sh*t without the means to play this sh*t.”
The group gets nostalgic during the song, saying “reload the memory, they got me feeling like we’re nothing like we used to be.”
An advantage to listening to this project, is that it doesn’t take long for the group to dive into the song, letting you decide if you like the song early on.
However, we encourage that you check out their debut album all the way through, if time is on your side. Enjoy your listen.
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