pray tell, how does one go about making some dopely experimental hip-hop? To answer my own rhetorical question, just ask ScienZe. For the Brooklyn buzzmaker‘s latest effort producers sene and Sly5thAve put together an ambient, sparse instrumental that leaves plenty of space for ScienZe to work. And work he does, filling the intro to his upcoming album with vocals from Britain Parker and a cavalcade of rhymes that announce he’s not only arrived, he doesn’t particularly give a f**k what you think about his music, he’s on a mission to do it his way: “I’m gonna make the world believe it / young, fresh, black / give ‘em more than I’m receiving.” Those eager for more genre-bending music will be sure to find what they seek with the release of pray/tell the album, due to drop “soon.”
Written by Nathan S. on 07/11/12
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