Wax Lyrical is defined by TTEOAN as: music created in an unreserved and highly prolific way that is pressed on vinyl, or that uses a vinyl aesthetic. For a more elaborate description of the term Wax Lyrical, check out prior posts: Vol. I, Vol. I.a, Vol. II & the Special Edition.
As we enter the second month of the TTEOAN blog, I’d like to break down all we do with this thing called Wax Lyrical for those that may be coming to the page for the first time. I’ve been requesting each week that independent artists of all genres, sounds and styles submit their music to my email: AhmoredTieghur@gmail.com. Sith1Ecmee@gmail.com responded a few weeks back and sent me some songs.
This week’s selection is called: Heart & Stone (wk 6). I dig this joint because the tempos change up and Sith1Emcee@gmail.com spits straight through them. Plus it’s got soundbites and a little hook, that's more like the ‘standard’ sound for a song, but still fresh without being monotonous. Reminds me of that golden era hip hop. Enjoy.