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May the Lord Watch

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"Unlikely" and "serendipitous" lack weight in describing the sequence of events and circumstances that placed Phonte, Big Pooh, and 9th Wonder on-stage at Durham's Art of Cool Festival in 2018. Arranged in a few hours -- scheduled performer Royce da 5'9" missed his flight, necessitating a replacement act -- the surprise hometown reunion went over well enough that Phonte and Big Pooh opted to officially reinstate Little Brother with their fifth album together. Proficiently trading verses and vocalizing in tandem not long after they weren't even on speaking terms, the MCs resume without trackmaster 9th, yet continuity is maintained with the bulk of the productions supplied by past LB collaborators Khrysis, Focus..., and Nottz, who keep it steady, soulful, and glinting with adept sample flips and nuanced live instrumentation alike. The ancillary voices on hooks and in the background, from Darien Brockington to Madison McFerrin, are also familiar and otherwise on the same wavelength. As for Phonte and Pooh, they're compatible as ever and sound closer as individuals, invigorated by bonding after nearly a decade's worth of gains and losses since LeftBack. Pooh excels most with rhymes that are humbled and resolute, whether he's relating the stress of supporting his family with long hours as a rideshare driver or projecting the kind of unshakable will attained only with a near-death experience. The bar for blue-collar poetry is still set by Phonte, whose lines are most moving when they confront instability, embrace simple pleasures of adulthood, and profess his "work ethic and a hard drive -- now back it up." Guest-filled interludes courtesy of UBN, the fictitious network that framed The Minstrel Show, add a comedic element (with a little sharp social critique) and make another connection to the back catalog. While this LP might seem like a present custom made for expectant deep-listening fans who have grown with the makers, it's plainly evident that Phonte and Pooh needed to make it for themselves. Like the return from their idolized A Tribe Called Quest, May the Lord Watch strengthens a legacy of an act crucial to hip-hop. ~ Andy Kellman

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The Feel 00:02:42

Little Brother, MainArtist - Khrysis, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

2
A Word From the President 00:00:57

Little Brother, MainArtist - Devin Morrison, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

3
Everything 00:03:41

Little Brother, MainArtist - Khrysis, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

4
Right on Time 00:03:15

Little Brother, MainArtist - Nottz, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

5
Black Magic (Make It Better) 00:02:33

Little Brother, MainArtist - Focus, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

6
Life After Blackface 00:00:39

Little Brother, MainArtist

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

7
Goodmorning Sunshine 00:04:00

Little Brother, MainArtist - Focus, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

8
Dyana Change My Life 00:00:37

Little Brother, MainArtist

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

9
What I Came For 00:03:00

Little Brother, MainArtist - Phonte, Producer - Khrysis, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

10
Inside The Producer’s Studio 00:01:03

Little Brother, MainArtist

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

11
Sittin Alone 00:03:13

Little Brother, MainArtist - Nottz, Producer - Phonte, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

12
Picture This 00:03:54

Little Brother, MainArtist - Black Milk, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

13
Niggas Hollering 00:00:49

Little Brother, MainArtist - AbJo, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

14
All in a Day 00:03:49

Little Brother, MainArtist - King Michael Coy, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

15
Work Through Me 00:02:56

Little Brother, MainArtist - Focus, Producer - Blaaq Gold, Producer

2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE 2019 Imagine Nation Music / For Members Only / EMPIRE

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"Unlikely" and "serendipitous" lack weight in describing the sequence of events and circumstances that placed Phonte, Big Pooh, and 9th Wonder on-stage at Durham's Art of Cool Festival in 2018. Arranged in a few hours -- scheduled performer Royce da 5'9" missed his flight, necessitating a replacement act -- the surprise hometown reunion went over well enough that Phonte and Big Pooh opted to officially reinstate Little Brother with their fifth album together. Proficiently trading verses and vocalizing in tandem not long after they weren't even on speaking terms, the MCs resume without trackmaster 9th, yet continuity is maintained with the bulk of the productions supplied by past LB collaborators Khrysis, Focus..., and Nottz, who keep it steady, soulful, and glinting with adept sample flips and nuanced live instrumentation alike. The ancillary voices on hooks and in the background, from Darien Brockington to Madison McFerrin, are also familiar and otherwise on the same wavelength. As for Phonte and Pooh, they're compatible as ever and sound closer as individuals, invigorated by bonding after nearly a decade's worth of gains and losses since LeftBack. Pooh excels most with rhymes that are humbled and resolute, whether he's relating the stress of supporting his family with long hours as a rideshare driver or projecting the kind of unshakable will attained only with a near-death experience. The bar for blue-collar poetry is still set by Phonte, whose lines are most moving when they confront instability, embrace simple pleasures of adulthood, and profess his "work ethic and a hard drive -- now back it up." Guest-filled interludes courtesy of UBN, the fictitious network that framed The Minstrel Show, add a comedic element (with a little sharp social critique) and make another connection to the back catalog. While this LP might seem like a present custom made for expectant deep-listening fans who have grown with the makers, it's plainly evident that Phonte and Pooh needed to make it for themselves. Like the return from their idolized A Tribe Called Quest, May the Lord Watch strengthens a legacy of an act crucial to hip-hop. ~ Andy Kellman

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