Urbnet is the push behind Animal Nation and that's how I discovered them.
I like the laid back flow of the tracks on "Every Day In The Life". I listened to the entire project without feeling bored or uninterested or forced to listen. I particularly like "Bacon and Eggs" because of the hook.
Overall, the music is quite attractive: good beats, some tempo changes, some unexpected pleasures.
It's worth a listen hip hoppers and since it's free, it's a win/win. kfox.
Another tale of randomly clicking one of a thousand emails in my inbox. This time I saw the name Evidence and got a bit curious. Of course, we all know Evidence from Dilated Peoples. Like many folks these days, Evidence does his own thing every now and then.
Here's what struck me about "You":
Strong lyrical presence
A bit of a confidence builder
Crazy, cool vid
Check it out for yourself hip hoppers. It's all about "you." kfox.
Oh, and the project "Cats & Dogs" comes out on the 27th.
Missing the greats ... my grandfathers and grandmother, Whitney Houston, Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Bernie Mac, Tim Russert, Bo Diddley, Issac Hayes, Max Roach, James Brown, Gerald Levert, Ed Bradley, Robert Lockwood, Jr., Ruth Brown, Oscar Peterson, August Wilson and Bebe Moore Campbell