These Things Take Time
is the forthcoming album from S.O.
due out next week Friday (November 11th) through Lamp Mode Records but he has made a video to get you prepared for it. It’s a track he did with Canon called “New Wave” but you could also say he represents hip-hop of the “now” wave.
You might play this song and immediately bring to mind the ATL sound or even Twista, but his name is Canon and true to the title of the track, he knows how to “Go Off” and go off well. The actual song also features Lucius, which you’ll be able to find on Canon’s full project Loose Canon Vol. 2
(Reflection Music Group), headed out to you on October 7th.
Nashville is where the Rhyme Lab Cypher circle around and throw rhymes in strength amongst one another. They consists of Canon, FYÜTCH, Justus Peace, The King 615, and Scrap, and together they make a deliver in the form of a powerful song called “Canon”, which is what it feels and sounds like. Posse cut in effect.
Who got a problem? You might have one with Chad Jones but you shouldn’t, for he is here to tell you about a “Problem” and maybe it’s best that you work together to fix it. Jones decided to work together with Propaganda and Canon to handle the situation at hand, and now you can see and hear what happened with everyone involved.
When Alex Faith releases ATLast (Collision) on the 5th of November, you will hear a song called “Everywhere”. You’ll probably want to get the album on compact disc in order to get something extra, and that’s a Dirty Rice remix of “Everywhere”. The remix features added verses from Canon, Chad Jones, Tony Tillman, Skrip, Kidd, and A-FLO, so it’s not to be messed with.