- Geek & Sci-Fi
In the beginning, there are dreams, fantasies and wishful thinking. The dream of entering the Hip-Hop game with your closest friends seemed all too alluring for many to pass up the smallest of opportunity. There's the fantasy of being able to strike it rich without having to compromise morals, artistic credibility or allegiance to one another as well. For all, that type of wishful thinking only pans out to reality in the movies. Nothing is as it seems, and people, well, they change for better or worse. But best believe, they do change. It was all a dream for Durham, North Carolina's Little Brother. Perhaps boasting one of the biggest underground followings the culture has ever witnessed, the trio of Phonte, Rapper Big Pooh and producer 9th Wonder achieved the critical acclaim that friends sit up until dawn dreaming about as they accomplished with their first pair of albums.
Checking the labeling of the song, Phonte dubbed this one "Straight from myTunes to yoTunes.
I will not, shall not, cannot indulge in this one early.
Phontig takes to his Twitter to debut the first release off LB's last hurrah.
I already said rules were meant to be broken.
It's rare that I throw up a full press release but Little Brother and a new album = an exception to the usual M.