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Kero One – “Windmills of the Soul ” – [Pluglabel]

Max Level   3/8/2006   12-inch, Hip Hop

Local MC/producer raps full of positivity over clean, jazzy backing tracks. Kero One’s lyrics are about moral choices and making the right decisions. He’s not preaching, it’s all told from a personal viewpoint: this is what happens to the young man and this is how he deals with it. What goes on every day in real life isn’t pimpin’ and big bankrolls- it’s going to school, working a job, staying positive, and making music that means something. No, it’s not glamorous in an MTV-video-full-of-half-naked-bitches-and-a-ton-of-bling way, but I bet you can relate to what he’s saying, and that’s all that matters. The beats are dope- not weird at all, just totally funky. Kero One plays real live instruments himself (bass, keyboards) and has a few guests on sax, guitar, keyboards, and vocals. Production help by DJ King Most. All tracks clean. Dig the message!

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