"Every day, starting today, things will be different."
The Thousands are a versatile and engaging hip-hop combo from Los Angeles via Oklahoma City. Their first two albums are viewed by fans as some of the most compelling and progressive cerebral offerings available in this music genre in ten years.
The next debut is titled A Typical Limit, and once again composed by M-Flo with a host of specialists. The Thousands have refined their dense and pounding sound while continuing to pursue their socio-political themes and afterhours narratives.
A Typical Limit explores classic hip-hop traditions with a futuristic tilt, the rhythms are tense and propulsive while the lyrics examine and challenge the listener. Throughout the album, the duo moves with ease, intertwining their lyrical agendas to weave an illuminating 19-track tapestry. The result is gripping and undeniable.
Exploring the mainstream and exposing the truths. Ying | Yang. The good and the bad. It's all talked about on this album in a witty way with melodic sounds and nasty breaks. What is your typical limit? Check this out!!
Fans of fascinating rhyme vocals and exotic beat production were engaged in 2007 as the duo of M-Flo and Plovo dropped the highly anticipated follow up to their groundbreaking LP, Circulation. Press the Button, arrived as the full-length album from the most exciting group performing psychedelic hip hop in Los Angeles.
"The Thousands have shown us that the most socio-politically dangerous, sonically mind-blowing music happens when the groove is slapped across the face by the strange progress of the avant-garde (and so few can do it right)." Popstocker Magazine