The greatest art is the purest art. Six years, three albums: the lyrical dissertation Food & Liquor (2006), its thematic successor The Cool (2009) and controversy-drenched LASERS (2011). Now, Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album.
Much more than a mere sequel; instead, equal halves American history documentary and honor roll rap skill exhibition. Your average Hip-Hop album features a tall guest list and short stack of truth. F&L2 offers a welcomed imbalance of features to facts.
"What I've learned is not to take anybody's advice. If you rely solely on your fans, it sets you up for the downfall on the industry side and if you rely on what your label is saying, it will disconnect you from your fans."