01. Special Delivery
02. Whoop De Do
03. Shock Pain
04. Politics At Work
05. Special Delivery (instrumental)
We don't normally review rap records but we have in the past and when I received this EP I thought it looked cute. I put it in the player and gave it a few spins and the song that I really dug was "Whoop De Do". I just love the groove in that song and the lyrics definitely were true. One thing about rap is that it's not always so much about the musical accompaniment but about what people are trying to tell you. This CD is definitely a social commentary about the way things are. I did however enjoy the instrumental for "Special Delivery". He manages to incorporate heavy bass grooves and horns and strings with his political and social commentary. It's good to see that some people are still with the roots of a movement.