On 11/15/11 there will be a new album released by two very strong forces in hip-hop. Eligh of Living Legends crew, and Amp Live of Zion I, have teamed up together to make an album, Therapy At 3, which is going to be a really dope release! Not only are we happy to promote this because Eligh is our boy who has rapped on three Inspired Flight songs to date, but Inspired Flight is also fortunate enough to be a featured guest on one of the tracks, titled “Ego Killer.” This is the second time iF has now been involved with an Eligh release, and we are very excited for it! The album also features appearances by Zumbi, The Grouch, Basik, Grieves, Blake Hazard, Steve Knight, Busdriver, and more. From what I’ve heard of the album so far it is not only really good hip-hop all around, but the song iF is on, “Ego Killer,” just so happens to have one of the coolest beats I may have ever heard. The song actually has two parts, the first half of it being the main song including vocals by myself and Ashley Marie Mazanec, who sings on much of our We All Want To Fly album and has done many live shows with us. Then, when it seems the song ends, it turns into this whole new beat, which is very different and just instrumental. It feels like a new song, but it is actually the same track number. I just told Eligh how much I loved this beat, and asked for him to pass on props to Amp Live for making it, but what’s funny is that it turns out that this instrumental part is the only beat on the whole album that Eligh actually produced himself. I shouldn’t be surprised because Eligh is a REALLY good producer on his own. Amp Live’s production is way cool though throughout the album, and it’s an honor to be included again on a project Eligh is working on. Please check out Therapy At 3 and spread the word. Eligh is a very hard-working, passionate, dedicated artist who is extremely talented, and who is making music for all of the right reasons. He is an independent artist on the grind, so supporting him would mean a lot. And when you check him out, for those who aren’t already Eligh fans, really pay attention to what he is saying. His lyrics are more honest and intimate than most, and there is a lot of power and wisdom behind his words.
Also, if you aren’t already hip to Eligh’s last solo album, Grey Crow, you must check this out and buy it as well! The beats are sic and very creative, the lyrics are really well-written and powerful, the messages and themes are great, the guest appearances are awesome, and iF is fortunate enough to be featured on two of of the songs, which you can hear below. Psssst…pass it on!