Granny's Homemade Bread Was Beautiful (R.I.P)

SoulKlap is an artist that i hadn't heard hide nor hair about until i happened on to his myspace page. I almost didn't take advantage of the freeness until i saw that my man Kevin had a write up of the same huy on his blog. So I checked it out & I was very glad I did. Not only is SoulKlap the man on the mic but he is also the man behind the boards. He may not like the comparison but try to think of a gritty Kanye West circa The College Dropout & you'll be someway towards describing this guys sound. is style on the mic also is not too desimilar to ye as well.even when focusing on a serious subject he can't help but throw in some witty punch lines to lighten the mood. I was bumping my head all the way through this one. The beats are well constructed & most have a lot of depth. Just when you think the beat is at it's peak. Soul throws a new sample or flips the current one to keep things moving. The album, while cohesive, is varied enough to avoid the dreaded monotonous syndrome. SoulKlap also covers a lot of ground in the 15 tracks & wittiness aside is a very accomplished MC. Add to this the fact that the man is giving away this album for free & you have absolutely no excuse not to check this one out people. I suggest you do just that & i guarantee you won't be disappointed.

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4 comments:

Kevin said...

Dope write up! Glad to see SoulKlap is getting his dues. People, don't sleep on this album!

SoulKlap said...

Preciate the love, dog!

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Keezy Carter said...

Hi,

I'm starting a new blog, RapCypher, and i'd like to do some links exchange with your blog....

Holla at me, if it's possible to do that exchange and i'll add your blog to mine.

Peace,