Brothers From Another‘s last EP single, Drunk Talk, saw the Seattle duo swilling Henny and Coke as they reflected on their love lives, the nine-to-five grind and other eminently relatable topics. On project standout Pike & Broadway, the partners-in-rhyme have sobered up a bit, but their lyricism remains as engaging as ever. Over Nima Skeemz’ bittersweet keyboard chords, Tiglo, Cole and guest emcee Sol reflect on their hopes for the future, the uncertainties of life in one’s early twenties and the perennial sexual desirability of Topanga Lawrence. Like what you’re hearing? More dope beats and down-to-Earth bars await on the crew’s Tacos on Broadway EP, released today for free digital download.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Brothers From Another’s Paul Erlandson-directed Pike & Broadway visual.
Written by richard on 09/17/13
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