Day 3: The Science
Day 3: The Science is the third series of a seven album series title 1 Day At A Time. The concept for the title of the new album stems from the book The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles. "After reading the book it made me realize that I could do anything that I want to do as long as I know that things will eventually come, and have faith that they will work out. The book taught me to just take things one day at a time as far as my career goes," said Zoser, "and so I took the creation of this album one day at a time." The eighteen track album features the single, "Wind Blows," a song where Zoser raps behind the jazzy sounds of horns, percussions and an R&B hook, lyrically speaking of life in the Windy City as the wind just blows and blows. The video for the single, which was produced by 5ifth Element who has also produced tracks for Wu Tang Clan member Raekwon and Cappadona, can be viewed on Zoser's website and youtube channel. The album also showcases Zoser's art and passion for storytelling. The track "Both Sides" speaks about how every story or situation always has two sides; and "Time Just Ticks" is a story about a family of four but the listener doesn't realize that they are family until the very end of the song when time has run out. Most of the tracks on the album tell stories of family issues and life's experiences on Chicago's well-known south side. However, other tracks like "Slow down Baby" (produced by Mr. Williams, producer of Lil Kim's "Shut up B****") and "I Don't Love Em", which describe how some women who are not worth fighting over, will keep listeners' heads bobbing with the soulful samples and fast moving high hats. Day 3: The Science is currently on sale in record stores in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Indianapolis, as well as on iTunes. For more information on Day 3: The Science and Zoser, or to listen to other music by Zoser visit www.zosermusic.com.