Johnny Polygon Deconstructs “The Nothing” - Purple Mess [Video]
Tulsa, O.K. -- On February 27, Johnny Polygon linked up with The DJBooth to drop new street album The Nothing, his first project in more than two years. In a newly-released video shot at Swing Studios, the Tulsa, Oklahoma repper offers an in-depth "deconstruction" of opening track "Purple Mess," breaking down the Picnic Tyme-produced cut's backstory, inspiration, recording process and lyrical themes. Watch for Polygon to tackle "Super No Lye" in the next video in the series, coming soon to the artist's YouTube channel.
Written by richard on 03/19/13
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