Continuing where he left off with his 2004 release, Mr. P Chill returns with a chip on his shoulder and a revolution to start on his 2007 release Soul In Transition.
Eschewing gangsta posturing and bling-bling materialism, Mr. P Chill articulates passion for the genre, the struggles of surviving as an independent, underground artist, as well as those in-between good times with fellow musicians, friends, and family. This album is called Soul In Transition, as the past few years were a very transitional time for Chill, going through much in not only his music, but also his personal life, and you can hear it in his lyrics when he speaks of pain, anger, love and happiness. Chill also attacks social issues such as the situation with the increasing numbers of working poor, the situation with national security and the Patriot Act, and how it is to be an aging, up-and-coming emcee in 2007.
Fans of underground hip hop all over the world praise Mr. P Chill for his socially conscious lyrics and his infectious beats. With production from Current/AKI, OmegaZ, & King Blaze, as well as about 1/3 of the songs self-produced, this album takes hip hop to places that it has never before seen. In the words of the great Gil Scott Heron, "The revolution will not be televised", but in P Chill's case, the revolution may end up on some mix tapes!
"(Mr. P Chill) is one of those guys who's about the essence" -MC Serch, 3rd Bass/The White Rapper Show (VH1)