Exit Prose | Sensational Woes

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Sensational Woes

by Exit Prose

Crafting his own effervescent flavor of Hip Hop, this is the debut album by rapper/singer Exit Prose.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. I Can See the Sun
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2. Everything
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3. The Underground
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4. I Try So Hard
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5. Sensational Woes
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6. Money
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7. Evil People
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8. It's All Love
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9. Oleander
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10. Blame It On Whiskey
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11. Never Stop My Flow
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12. Talking to the Angels
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13. Untitled
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14. Life In the Full
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This debut album by Exit Prose is funky, fun and colorful. Using all shades of the spectrum. On the albums title track "Sensational Woes,"Exit Prose uses his modesty and humor to describe personal grievances in a sad but funny tale of misfortune but this is only one of several songs on which Exit Prose exhibits his affinity for storytelling. Venturing further on tracks like "Blame it on the Whiskey", "Life in the Full", and the darker more saturnine "Talking to the Angels" where he recounts a young mans battle with addiction. The album scintillates from beginning to end with songs like "I Try So Hard", "Never Stop My Flow" and "Evil People" where an assembly of young voices join in an infectious chant to accost all the mean people in the world. Blending sharp and emphatic raps with bluesy flares of soul, Exit Prose delivers on this powerful debut release.


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