From the rap brain that brought the world impenetrable classics like Nice Swan, Lee Scott now delivers his self-proclaimed “most least accessible work to date”. Following in the footsteps of Lee’s single producer collaborations, such as Friend, Come To Me And Be Saved, Stupid Poignant Sh!t & Butter Fly, [gate clicks shut] features Hyroglifics solely at the helm. As an artist more widely known for his drum n bass production, Hyroglific’s contribution is just one element that separates this album from the rest of the year’s releases.
Together they have forged an album that sounds like it could have been stashed away in the vault of some semi-obscure New York underground rap label c. 1998, only to be dug up again long after the already small window of opportunity had closed and then debated over ad nauseam by abstract rap blogs, until it finally found the meagre but die-hard clique of fans it should have amassed two decades earlier.
Limited edition black vinyl w/ 8 page lyric book and printed inner sleeves.