Sunspot Jonz, the man who taught you how to mix it down and hit the block, strikes the ground running with the drop of his lucky number seven album "Back in Black". This is the 7th solo album by Sunspot Jonz, a founding member of the acclaimed Living Legends crew, and nothing seems to be slowing him down.
"Back in Black" incorporates much of Sunspot's latest and unreleased projects; it proves to be a powerful and innovative formula. We get to preview upcoming releases that feature tracks from the new Sunspot Jonz indy flick soundtrack "Sonny Dreamweaver" the "Everyday Bubble" album by Spothymn (Himself and Sunspot), along with tracks from Sunspot's yet to be released albums "Never Surrender" and "Fight-Destroy-Rock Vol.
1-2". For the making of "Back in Black" Sunspot enlisted a grand array of producers: Wiz, Underrated, Anacron, & Kruse to assist him in creating an audio cosmic creation rich in euphoric sound protein rattling and nourishing the body with every pulsating thrust of the bass kick and snare.
When asked why he chose the name "Back in Black" for the new album he simply replies, "From darkness comes light. Right now on this planet there is a lot of darkness not just in our personal lives but also from the wars, natural disasters, and the dilution of raw talent by evil enterprises through our pop culture.
People don't realize that music and entertainment control the youth. Sadly enough a lot of young people follow what they extract out of entertainment and then inject it into their own reality and subliminally alter the make up their personality and reality.
It's kind of like the old saying 'you are what you eat!' And the sheeple are grazing heavily". Sunspot wants to take it all back: take back every second wasted on listening to fake sugar coated radio gangsta bullshit, time wasted trying to be everything the radio wants you to be, time wasted on trying to prove how to be different in a "same ole same ole" world.
He just wants take it all back to a time when music meant something and carried culture within its notes. Every song he does is more like a story. You will love Sunspot's new and sometimes experimental flows and beats.
He incorporates his ever-present Oakland street legend roots while still energetically rhyming with all the conviction and passion of a commanding warrior returning home victorious from a battle. In "Ghostheart Spokenword" he lets the haters know: "I'm on so many different albums it's hard judging/what's the best or what's the style/Every songs different/I'll even say "Baby"/Whille out! / Oakland style/To "Underground" /to "you can play this"/ for anyone "it's just the shit!"/ This time I got different producers to help make it/My talents infinite/Run through my catalog Bitch/You love my old shit but you hate me now/Well bump my old shit and keep it down/life is round round round! He knows people will judge him but he still stands strong on every hip-hop ethic he helped create.
Every song can't be the same, the music has to bump, and never sell out who you are as a person. He is definitely what the game has been missing and it's apparent with every electrifying syllable spit from his tongue he's shining the light in.
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