Mellow Orange | Last Resort - EP

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Last Resort - EP

by Mellow Orange

In a world where hip hop music is truly dominated by commercial/radio hits this album may be the "last resort" in an effort to find hip hop music that people have been waiting and searching for.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Jazz-Rap
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1. Meditation
Freddie Joachim
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2:03 album only
2. Cool Style
Raashan Ahmad
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4:02 album only
3. Feel Good Music (feat. Othello)
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4:59 album only
4. Refined Devine (Revisited)
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3:09 album only
5. Think Twice (feat. Navery)
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3:13 album only
6. Ballroom Swing
Mr. Dibiase
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2:13 album only
7. For the Love (Revisited)(feat. Braille)
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4:02 album only
8. The Underground
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4:12 album only
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Album Notes
Mellow Orange Music Present "Last Resort" EP. An album inspired by artists staying true to their art form and doing what they do best. This album and its music is last resort in a world that is truly dominated by commercial/radio contemporary music. However it may also be the last resort in an effort to find a place/music that people have been waiting for... The Ep features Freddie Joachim, Raashan Ahmad, Vigilant, Othello, Jacewon, Navery, Mr. Dibiase, Addullessence, Braille and n/a.


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Jazzed-out raps can't help but retain a throwback flavor – the sounds of pianos fluttering over hi-hat-heavy drums is always going to sound somewhat vintage. But as with any style of hip hop, its relevance and ultimate identity is going to be defined by the lyrics, and that's where this slightly mysterious collective shines. Airy grooves make way for lightning-quick verbal barbs on "Feel Good Music," while "Refined Divine (Revisited)" lays back a bit, concentrating on the drums and keeping the piano loose and dusty. Lyrically, the group is agile and intelligent, comfortable with tracks both fast and slow. This may be an EP, but it's packed tight with beats and rhymes. If you're tired of the dumbed-down hip hop trends, pick this up and rock it.