D. Pight has something to say.
The album boasts 15 tracks with some notable features from artists such as Dre Murray, Kadence, Corey Hicks, Willie Moore Jr., and Tre 9, to name a few.
To the person reading this review, do not sleep on this man’s album. I urge any Christian hip-hop enthusiast to add it to their collection.
For those who love the classic boom bap sound, this album will be a true breath of fresh air.
This project shows growth, confidence, and straight skill.
Then there are times where the title manifests literally into an experience that wasn’t planned, yet defines what it means theoretically and practically.
Finally, a change of pace! CHH is our bread and butter, but artists like Chris Cobbins are rare.
This album may be K-Drama’s most introspective and transparent to date.
El v. Envy, a marinating combustion of lyrical narrative and organic production notes, is the perfect train to save a seat on before the rush hour crowd catches word of the hype.