Peace has never been the word to play. This adage remains to be accurate with the brand new sure shot from Rel McCoy.
Crew love is in effect once again, and Rel connects with Toronto's Eternia like He-Man and Battlecat. With rhymes that sound like they were snatched from the pages of their memoirs, both artists get vulnerable and delve into some of the most profound and personal regions of their lives. As a listener, the melody will usher you into an ethereal dimension where the peace that surpasses all understanding reigns supreme, and the bars are still crazy. The aftershocks are hard-hitting, reflective and humbling. Make peace with the rewind button and run this back a few times.
This album is supertight, Sean makes the sickest beats and Playdough's got the Illest flow!! If you like real hip-hop, your collection is not complete without it. Playdough won't waste your time rhyme'n bout the same old stuff, girls, money, material nonsense, he keeps it real!!! The combination of these two is raw & original, it doesn't sound like anybody else!! (Shaggy) Daniel Dunn