With so much new music dropping on a now daily basis, it's kinda tough to be excited about it all. Nowhere is this more truer than true, than in hip hop. Even top artists find ironically themselves a part of some weird controversy right before the release of their newest public offerings, which usually aide them in their efforts to lure listeners.
Tef Poe and Rockwell Knuckles have never really been those type of artists. Which is really refreshing and smart, considering they are in competition with just about the whole entire world, now that being a rapper is so trendy. This latest release, "Night Light", leads off as their first song off of their long awaited collaborative effort, The David Ruffin Theory", that drops on Halloween(very fitting). The lovely, and very talented Aloha Mi'Sho donates her sultry vocals on this one, helping contribute to the airy, spacious atmosphere, which compliments the crazy synths, drums, and heavy base that Tef and Rocky skillfully attack with excerpts of their conquests, sprinkled with a few jewels of what it takes to stay atop of the the more progressive end of the hip hop food chain.
Bump it a few times and share, en route to waiting for the whole sha-bang to drop, this Thursday.