honest, fluid, and organic~enjoy N support great hip-hop music~ – Arkisound
About Album: After years of mutual respect, circling each other in collaborations, tours, style and respect, two titans of their craft have finally collided in Apollo Brown & Skyzoo’s “The Easy Truth.” The album is everything you’ve dreamt it would be: breakneck instrumentals and syllables crafted to make your head spin. The marriage between Detroit instrumentals and NYC wordplay has never been more cohesive. Themes range from police brutality to NY ambitions; Skyzoo shows you the world the way he sees it. Recorded and produced in Detroit, “The Easy Truth,” is the perfect distillation of hiphop influences. Every moment on the album is a loaded question, a perspective positing a notion of truth, the convergence of grit and symphony. Joining the artists on the record are Joell Ortiz, Westside Gunn, Stalley, Conway and Patty Crash, a reciprocal band of guests that only add depth and richness to the duo’s chemistry. https://www.facebook.com/ApolloBrown | https://soundcloud.com/skyzoomusic
About Apollo Brown: http://apollobrown.bandcamp.com/
instrumental / beats / hip-hop
...Don’t MisS! 03. Something 05. Elephants 07. Weak Won’t Do 13. Higher [feat. Finale] 18. Night Time [Bonus Track]...
lyrics, flow and beats = supreme!~
About Album: Back with that grit, tell the soundman to turn this sh*t up. New York MC Hassaan Mackey slangs words and onomatopoeia, rhymes like he wants to, and backs the whole room into a corner with a raw vision of the streets that pierces ordinary experience and gets at life’s marrow. Meanwhile Detroit producer Apollo Brown lays the sonic foundation with hard drums and big bass, while the crackle of vinyl hums. Gritty and soaked in soul, Daily Bread brings to mind an old photograph that bangs out the system. Each track is heavy with a sense of atonement, haunted by experience, and energized by a cathartic sense of hope. Give us our Daily Bread and forgive us our trespasses. http://hassaanmackey1.bandcamp.com/ & http://apollobrown.bandcamp.com/
When I lost my life?
from Appolo Brown & Guilty Simpson: Someone once said that life’s a gamble. Kinda like shootin dice in an alley. The risk is high but the gain is higher, and when it’s all said and done, you hold your breath and collect your dues. W ith lyrics that grip like a handful of ones, and beats that hit like ivory on cement, this album is just that, a Dice Game.
...Don’t MisS! 06. We Almost Lost Detroit 13. Ninety Two 16.Invisible...
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