I’ve followed Damu the Fudgemunk’s works for a few years now, but as for the other two, Grap Luva & Joc Max, I’ve only heard ’em through word of mouth, although I’m sure I’ve run into their work before. But strictly speaking, “Work it Out” is one hell of a smooth & soulful hip-hop track. Lately, I’ve been seeing a lack of soul in a lot of hip-hop (not all), and it’s good to see something soulfully fresh.
Grap Luva is reportedly releasing a 7-track EP later this year and “Work it Out” is a good glimpse in what’s to come. I’m lovin’ Grap’s tone against the instrumentals the other two whipped up. He’s best advised to keep Damu & Joc Max on the beats for his upcoming EP. Shit will kill.
Alright, gotta go prepare the mom’s surprise birthday party. Happy 60th! (hope you don’t read this till lata)
Work it Out:
Released Date: September ~1, 2010
Produced by: Joc Max
Recorded by: Damu the Fudgemunk
Birth Name: Gregory Phillips
Origin: Bowie, Maryland
Resides in: Washington, DC
Member of: INI
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