As any aspiring emcee can tell you, the game is basically rigged. Often, the odds of getting noticed are stacked against you, favoring those who are backed by record labels and willing to take short cuts. Thankfully, there are artists like Scheme fighting to settle the Uneven Score. Scheme’s lyrics are every bit as impressive as his smooth, razor-sharp delivery. Atop the breezy, smooth boardwork of The Analyst (featuring cuts from DJ Scend), the Windy City emcee rattles off some honest, grind-oriented bars. The result is likely to leave you both awed by the artist’s effortless, tongue-twisting wordplay, and inspired to do your best despite the obstacles life may throw your way. While this cut will appear on a forthcoming album from Scheme, there’s been no word yet on a release date or title for the project. As always, you can stay tuned for all the latest.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/8/13
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