Flynn Adam has been extremely busy for the first half of 2009. On top of being a tag team partner with Pigeon John in “Rootbeer,” releasing an EP for that duo, and touring constantly, Flynn has found time to release three EP’s himself. This release is a compilation of those previous three releases (sans the remixes and videos), and while it’s short, it is a lovely collection of work.
The EP begins with “Such A Time,” a solid track filled with funky beats that delivers a message to the listener. “Dishes” showcases that same production alongside a typical song about a girl, and “Adios” uniquely displays a western hip-hop feel that somehow blends nicely. The title track brings in some very heavy bass that is perfect for any house party, and “Feel It Now” shows off Flynn's lyrical talent as he speaks about growing musically and feeling like he needs to get out of the musical box that he’s been in. “Just Don’t Get It” and “Inside Out” are also nice tracks that easily become fun listens.
Personally, I’m not a huge fan of EP’s and mostly prefer full length releases, but this is a great addition to almost any hip-hop collection. The beats are most unusual and Flynn has been around long enough to spit some serious lyrical content. Despite the short length, I highly recommend this release to anyone who loves musical diversity or is into the hip-hop scene.
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flynntastic| Posted October 19, 2009
I think this album is a great combination of flynn's work.Some of the awesome songs on the record include "Dishes" a song about relationships with a significant other and "Such a Time" a song about lookin at the present times.All in all I think this is a great addition to anyone's cd collection.I'd also like to point to the awesome music videos that are available to.