Conditions & Shifts
Gripping vocals, shredding lyrics, and hip hop hooks that are so memorable and catchy, Conditions and Shifts will have you rapping along after one listen. Conditions and Shifts contains the radio friendly single, Stack of Bibles and the street battle anthem Rollin' Trusses that will have everyone chanting the hooks. In Stack Of Bibles, Shane Hunter uses witty religious metaphors over a catchy Hip Hop track that will have fans listening to the track over and over again. Shane Hunter executes extraordinary lyrics and rhyme patterns over tight tracks to give his listeners an orgasmic, nirvana second coming experience. Coming from the Cali Hip Hop underground, Shane Hunter gets props from everyone for his lyrical skills, futuristic topics and straight to the point, vivid and explicit hooks. Shane Hunter is probably one of the few respected white MC's in the Hip Hop game. In Conditions and Shifts, Shane Hunter raps about his Los Angeles surroundings during the past few years, but does it in a very un-traditional Hip Hop fashion. Shane Hunter has been in the California rap game since the early 90's and has developed a large following in the Los Angeles and European underground. Shane Hunter was first released in 1996 on Rotation Music's 12' compilation Mo Budded Phat Joints. Then in 2000, the Shane Hunter track Box Kit was featured on Rotation's compilation Return of The Ancient One. Shane Hunter has helped make these two releases the bestsellers on the Rotation website for the past 11 years, selling thousands of units independently. After declining several record deals (including one from A&M), Shane Hunter decided to team up with the label that discovered him and put him out for the world to hear over a decade ago. The Conditions and Shifts CD is independent Hip Hop at it's best and will continue to develop Shane Hunter's world wide fan base. Shane Hunter values creative control, artistic freedom and longevity. What other MC today raps about an effigy, rollin' trusses and equine traffic? Shane Hunter does!