STYLE: Hip-Hop RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 174552-28132 LABEL: Centricity FORMAT: CD Single
Reviewed by Tony Cummings
Fast becoming Cross Rhythms Radio's most played rapper, the Washington State-based emcee with the nerdcore flavour is clearly seizing his opportunity to tour and record with both hands. Ironically, though, this is causing some problems in his life as this witty single chronicles. Peabod's problem is chronic fatigue and incessant calls on his time or, as a verse goes, "It's been a long couple weeks goin' nonstop/I've been dependin' on a drip from my coffee shop/I wanna make some hip-hop on my laptop/But every day people say I should really drop by". The chorus spells out the feelings that all who have over-busy lives can recognise. "I feel a little bit antisocial/This the kinda day I gotta fly solo/Maybe don't talk 'cause I might get emotional/Voices too loud homie, turn down the vocals". Another Peabod gem.
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