Last month, Planet Asia linked with producer Gensu Dean to release Abrasions, a joint album that is available for purchase and stream via The DJBooth. Now Asia has returned for another “ion”-suffixed effort with Reflection. Though Gensu is absent, the Cali veteran more than makes up for it by connecting with fellow emcees Element Rhymes and C-Ray on a nearly flawless cut. Reflection serves as a potion for those sick from swag rap and factory made collaborations, which is due in part by a grown man’s effort from each emcee and the ever-jazzy production from Denver, Colorado producer Shae Money. So, find yourself reflecting on Reflection? Then be sure to look out for Shae’s forthcoming mixtape, Fre3style, which is currently untitled and unscheduled.
Written by Lucas G. on 03/20/13
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