Polyrythm Addicts – Break Glass


Artists Bio:
Giant StepThe Polyrhythm Addicts were born in 1999, just as hip-hop was turning the corner into an era that was less about lyrics and truth. When Mr. Complex brought DJ Spinna and Shabaam Sahdeeq together he had only intended to drop one track for a Japanese compilation. That single, “Not Your Ordinary,” was so popular, it spurred the group into recording their debut album Rhyme Related.The Polyrhythm Addicts return now with scorching new member Tiye Phoenix.In addition, the album employs a mix of beats and live musicians to beef up the sound. Pharaohe Monch lends his skills to the mic on “Reachin”, while Phonte of Little Brother brings classic hip-hop flavor to “It’s My Life.” The record also boasts contributions from Planet Asia and many others, bringing together a diverse blend of creativity. “There still is a receptivity amongst the people for hip-hop to veer off in a new direction,” says Phoenix. “I think it’s what everybody is feeling like they are missing from hip-hop. Honest rhymes. Honest beats. And that pure love for the art form.”

Track listings:
1. Intro
2. Smash
3. Kerosene
4. Zonin’ Out
5. Reachin’ feat. Pharoahe Monch
6. Ugly World
7. The Purist
8. Get Ghost
9. Goin Down
10. Revamp
11. Thoughts Of You
12. We Kno
13. One Chance
14. What The Problem Is
15. It’s My Life feat. Phonte of little brother
16. Foru Corners
17. Zonin’ Out (remix)

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