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TIME:LINE INSTRUMENTALS OUT NOW!
posted 7 years ago
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TIME:LINE began as a series of intercontinental and cross country challenges. From his native Holland and then his new home of North Carolina, Nicolay would launch tracks to Kay at his home base of Houston. Nicolay wanted to see how far he could push Kay before he cried uncle and was unable to lay down a verse on the music that Nicolay was sending him. Kay never blinked. With each successive track, Nicolay was changing the feel, tempos, and pushing the boundaries of the hip-hop genre itself. Kay would push back at Nicolay, laying down verses with different cadences, styles, and themes ranging from the abstract to the ultra-personal. The resulting album is one of the most captivating hip-hop concept albums of the last ten years. Over the course of twelve tracks, Nicolay & Kay present their case for what the future of hip-hop sounds like.

Nicolay is best known as the producing half of The Foreign Exchange (the other half being Phonte Coleman of Little Brother), whose debut album Connected (BBE Records, 2004) made a huge impact on the underground hip-hop and soul scene. The Foreign Exchange was featured on MTV, VH1, BET and NPR, and Connected quickly reached #1 on CMJ's Hip-Hop ... (+) expand
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typecast wrote:
What we live... the DJ at the restaurant I used to work at introduced me to this album and man did that track get me through some rough nights at that goddamned place. Blizzard, too!

Rrrrrspect!
6 years ago
cbcoutinho (level 12) wrote:
The backround vocal harmonies are angelic, but in a darker backwoods kind of way, great music!
6 years ago
detoxination (level 11) wrote:
love that afro-carib sound on gunshot
7 years ago
Tak (level 13) wrote:
The Gunshot is a classic song...very nice work!
7 years ago
scottiejohnson (level 5) wrote:
Hella dope spittin, keep up the good work homies.
7 years ago
Noesis (level 3) wrote:
Dope stuff
7 years ago
SexyBecca (level 17) wrote:
all of your songs are really good =)
7 years ago
Epick wrote:
YES!
7 years ago
ChichiLuvsULotz (level 7) wrote:
I love this....great music : )
7 years ago
stinoga (level 29) wrote:
daaaaaaaaaaaamn.
7 years ago
Alvista wrote:
Great stuff guys!
7 years ago
Tiago Black wrote:
Love you guys stuff, big inspiration! Keep cranking out the awesome tunes!
7 years ago
listen (level 30) wrote:
Right on, picked it up on eMusic.
7 years ago
badmojo (level 11) wrote:
yo boys this is some great stuff, like listen, where can i pick up your album?
8 years ago
listen (level 30) wrote:
where can I grab your album?
8 years ago
hobox (level 37) wrote:
welcome to t61, liken the music.
8 years ago
Nefilim wrote:
much love & respect
8 years ago
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