Sun Zoo is rapping about people who can’t see the forest because of all the smoke, about getting doped on Playstation and Prozac. this record is comfortably resided on the border between pessimistic in the east and realistic in the west. this is contemporary and mature hip-hop. most of the time with cool beats and DJing with flare, but sometimes with just the piano, baring itself. but regardless of how the music presents itself, it shines of honesty as well as modesty, without being shy or anonymous. this is just a super hip-hop album. check it.
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a deep bass, scratching, soul choirs and catchy synths. this is deep and at times philosophical hip-hop about life and the stuff that happens to you in life. ordinary things. the negative effect alcoholism and drug-addiction can have on you, poverty’s cage, hypocrisy… then on the other side how awesome music is and how cool it is to touch people via it, loving yourself. and no matter what subject the lyrics touches upon it does so with panache and style and dope rhymes. the music also follows the mood of the lyrics very elegantly, always reflecting the words, creating a superb atmosphere, consequently resulting in a very thorough sound. if you’re into any kind of hip-hop, you should basically get this because it is the epitome of good hip-hop.