The 100-Word Review: Tanya Morgan’s ‘Rubber Souls’

10.10.13 4 years ago 3 Comments


When your last project is considered an underground classic, following up is a tough task. Despite a four year hiatus since their Brooklynati breakthrough, underdog champions Tanya Morgan raise the bar even higher with their latest album Rubber Souls. Thanks to cohesive, multi-layered production from 6th Sense and revered rhymes from Von Pea and Donwill, listeners in their humbled, working class demographic will be easily reeled in by the refined project, while newcomers will be impressed by their ability to absorb the group’s revealing content immediately.

Standout Songs: “The Day I,” “The Only One,” “All Em (Girls),” “Never Too Much”

Songs To Skip: “Pick It Up”

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