ADaD- Gumbo: The Stolen Arts EP (album) Featured Artist

When it comes to witty and unpredictable emceeing, few can hold a candle to Chicago's own ADaD. As a writer, ADaD pens rhymes with enough attention to detail to make his verses play out like scenes from a movie. And as a performer, you would be hard pressed to find a lyricist with a voice, style or delivery that more infectious than the trifecta utilized by the Chi-town representer. I'll admit that I'm wearing my bias on my sleeve. But honestly, I'm a relatively new fan that wasn't really exposed to ADaD's music until hearing his work as the frontman of the Eulorhythmics duo back in 2010. Since that time, ADaD has continued to make dope music as exemplified on his most recent project, Gumbo: The Stolen Arts EP. New and longtime fans alike will most definitely enjoy this project, as it showcases ADaD signature rhyme style and distinctive vocals over production from funky track makers such as Tall Black Guy, Kenny Keys, Slot-A, and more. The EP features a number of bouncy groovers ("Hi", "Get it Together", "Red Cup, Blue Cup"); a couple of jazzy, sample-heavy cuts ("Eulo", "Coming Home"); and the amplified march of the album standout track "Money". When it's all said and done it's ADaD's engaging rhymes and delivery that make Gumbo: The Stolen Arts EP another "must-have" project to add to your music library.
For Fans of... Green St. & Avers by Eulorhythmics | Home is Where the Art Is by Substantial The Anti Nigger: A Humble Ardor Mixtape by Akil Nadir


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