Post by Nightrider on Jul 17, 2023 23:26:33 GMT -5
The new album promises grime just like its predecessor. Apollo says, “With the second offering, appropriately titled, “Sardines”. And just like a can of Anchovies isn’t for everyone, the same can be said about a tin full of Sardines. You either love’em or you hate’em.
This album had to be done, and in my opinion, done better than the first. Dirt, grit, mud, sticks & stones, all that. Leave your boots on.”
You know what I'll be listening to all day today long
01. Bird Food 02. Get The Dough Off 03. Panama Sun (Feat. Marv Won) 04. Stones 05. Fly Anomalies 06. Wizardry (Feat. TriState) 07. Jungle Juice 08. Wide Awake 09. Acid Rain (Feat. Sick Jacken) 10. Peas & Onions 11. Broad Dayin’ 12. ’88 S-Curl (Feat. Ty Farris) 13. Bazookas 14. Can You Believe It
Post by unbeatenrent on Sept 10, 2023 14:33:53 GMT -5
I like the magic theme throughout this one. Here's a few lines I picked up across the tracks: 'a sorcerer of the universe' 'i put the alchemy in the algorithm' 'i was taught to communicate with oracles' 'i bottled up the particles and made a potion' 'historical black african voodoo medicine man screaming uhuru' 'this aint a magic trick this is alchemy' 'moving gracious, the sacred cloak' 'asiatic black magic' 'i'm walkin on water your blind eye could hardly detect'
My conclusion: On the latest album, Planet Asia relies on references to magic to demonstrate the power in his rhyme arsenal.