My Awesome introduction to KJ's music| Posted October 30, 2014
Ranging from hysterically fun/ny and creative tracks like Nursery Rhymes, Revenge of the Nerds, and Coke, Fry, and a Cheeseburger (hidden last track), to wiser tracks that make a point and really talk and think about serious issues like Wait For You, Industry, and Where Were You, to songs in between those that inspire like Rise Up and Do That, this CD is surprisingly diverse for a rap album (some are straight rap with nothing but a beat, others have music, some have a bit of rock mixed in), and its definitely all around awesome. :) I think this was my introduction to Kj's music- and I've gotten years of enjoyment from this talented guy ever since!
got from swaptree.com| Posted February 28, 2009
i got this album from swaptree.com a few months ago. i think that it is a very playful album and i really like it. a few times as i was listening to it, it made me laugh out loud.