OnCue is mad as hell, and he's not gonna take it anymore! Which is a damn good thing for hip-hop heads, because all that pent-up frustration has inspired the Connecticut rhymesayer to create new digital full-length Angry Young Man.
Coming on the heels of singles "Way Too Far" and "This View From Here," both of which won phenomenal reviews when they were featured on our pages, the set finds Cuey flying solo, with no guest assistance.
He does, however, receive help from a laundry list of talented producers, among them CJ Luzi, Hudson Mohawke, Just Blaze (who handled executive production duties on the album) and Terence Ryan.
Fans can also check out OnCue's previous albums: OnCue - Leftovers
Written by richard on Sep 03, 2014
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