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Zen Chemists EP

Zen Chemists EP

  • Door Zen Chemists
  • Release 15-9-2009
  • Muziekgenre Rap/Hip Hop
  • Media-indeling CD
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Zen Chemistry Crazy, deep, intellectual, disgusting, dope, lyrical shock-rap with a twisted little smirk; this dynamic blend is the Zen Chemists. Pushing their second, self-titled record since separating from the Inadamant Objects Krew, Chicano Josh Herrera (aka Crash One) and Austen Glover (GMC) are making waves coast to coast and overseas as they continue to bend borders, shocking those who would seek to classify their music as one style or another. They refuse to be pigeon-holed. "We have a different way of thinking," explains Herrera, "from free-styling at parties to watching kung fu flicks, other people just don't get it." Take the song "You're Ugly," in which two of the "most disgusting" persons on this planet declare "you're ugly and I'm beautiful." Fifteen minutes around ZC and friends shows that a scream of "You're f***ing ugly!" is just as commonplace as a "hello." When it comes down to it, it's not even about appearance. Explains GMC, "You're so tight and filthy that you're ugly. If you've got brand new bapes, bathing ape jeans and a chain you're pretty and you're whack because you're not ugly." But on the other end of the spectrum is the inflective, intellectual and inspiring song "Time," an international collaboration with a British producer, in which Herrera raps about going "to meet His Holiness again." It's a positive, thought-provoking song that might draw in a crowd from fans of "backpack rap," and it's a far cry from some of the other songs on the record. "We've got this song called 'Monkey Trunks' and my Mom's heard it," says Herrera. "She came up to me and said 'Shame on you.'" This outrageous vulgarity a common theme of the Zen Chemists' work, offending the traditional sensibility of prior generations and squares alike; such as when Herrera raps "Tell me he's not Spanish" before spewing out a rant of obscenity laced Spanish that would make your "abuela" blush. They're bending the borders of genre and delivering it all with dope lyrics and slamming beats. Their new release features production by the same person who has worked with artists like Immortal Technique and Sean Price, who have reached a level of celebrity the Zen Chemists aspire to realize soon. "We're not nearly as famous as we could be," argues Herrera, "but we keep those connections building and we're going to keep it moving." Article written by Senyor Cullera from 'El Diablito'

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Kunstenaar: Zen Chemists
Titel: Zen Chemists EP
Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
Releasedatum: 15-9-2009
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 884502192261

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