Executive producers L.Nahkim-Allah and T.C. Joyner
Producers: T. Johnson, D.J. Kollage,Dodgeball Terrorist, T.H.E.(Y). (three headed equation theory), Kelvin "creshendo" Kain
Recorded by Mat "don't hurt 'em!!" Ambercrombie
"Mixed by: Mat "don't hurt 'em!!" Ambercrombie and L. Nahkim-Allah
The Le Rhaun Bri’lliant Experience is a definite anomaly. Some things need no description, they simply are what they are. Case in point: Love & Testament. Love: being the highest form of communication & Testament: the baring witness to the scenario at hand. To be honest with you, the fabric of this album is very much different than what you will hear in today’s music. Its roots are obviously planted in a plethora of soils. This music was obviously written through pain as well as elation. There are many different compartments in this journey, but do not get confused; this album is in no way a labyrinth. In fact, the album is actually more of an emotional get together between Le Rhaun and the listener. I promise you by the end of this album, you will feel like you know him. Be it through the introduction (which obviously was written to make sure you knew who you were listening to) or through the late night summer soft chill out sessions of “Come Around” and “Special”. The most beautiful thing about this album is that L.B. keeps you on your toes. One minute, he is pouring you a glass of truth with “Game of Shame” and the next minute he is seducing you with “Rescue Me”. All in all “Love & Testament” does what it seeks to do; tell the story. ‘Nuff said.