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The Reset

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A fast-rising beatmaker from out of Detroit, Apollo Brown introduced his brand of soul-flavored, sample-heavy production on two instrumental albums -- Skilled Trade (2007) and Make Do (2009). Now inducted into the ranks of respected indie rap label Mello Music Group, Brown adds some tweaks and twists to a selection of beats from his archives, pairing them with choice vocals from labelmates such as Kenn Starr, Oddissee, Declaime, and Hassaan Mackey as well as a handful of underground mainstays like Prince Po, Grap Luva, and Big Pooh of Little Brother. The result is an extraordinary hodgepodge of next-level lyricism and impeccable behind-the-boards craftsmanship. Detroit's underground hip-hop scene has received renewed scrutiny in recent years with the passing of J Dilla as well as commendable efforts from Guilty Simpson and Black Milk, among others. What sets Apollo Brown apart is that, unlike some of his Motown brethren who tend to follow Dilla's beatmaking formulas to a T, Apollo Brown shows he can excel at a variety of production styles. And while James Yancey's legacy can be heard at times, it's clear that Brown was raised on the works of East Coast masters like the RZA and DJ Premier. The beats featured on The Reset waffle between brooding slow burners ("Lower the Boom," "Seasons," "Brainwash," "Propa") and soaring, battle-happy headnodders ("Hungry," "Streets Won't Let Me Chill," "Ghetto Soul Music"). Furthermore, he displays a meticulous attention to detail in his programming that's too rare in contemporary hip-hop. Consider how the chunky bassline and crisp drums of "Real Detroit" are given an adrenaline rush with the addition of baseball bat cracks and roaring crowd samples when the chorus drops. Similarly, the jazzy guitar chords and echoing vocals lingering behind "Seasons" provide a haunting backdrop to Kansas-born lyricist Stik Figa's woeful vignettes of his home state. Ultimately, The Reset shows and proves Apollo Brown's mettle as a versatile and highly talented beatsmith while serving as a fine showcase for the Mello Music Group roster. ~ Matt Rinaldi

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1
Our Time (Intro)
00:00:33

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

2
Hungry (feat. Rapper Big Pooh & Black Milk)
00:03:01

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Black Milk, FeaturedArtist - Rapper Big Pooh, FeaturedArtist - Nottyhead Music, MusicPublisher - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - Big Pooh Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

3
Lower the Boom (feat. Kenn Starr, Oddisee & Sareem Poems)
00:04:16

Oddisee, FeaturedArtist - Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Kenn Starr, FeaturedArtist - Sareem Poems, FeaturedArtist - el khaleafa, MusicPublisher - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - south 7th street publishing, MusicPublisher - Two Right Feet Publishing, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

4
Beauty of a Day (feat. The Regiment)
00:03:38

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - The Regiment, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

5
Real Detroit (feat. The Left)
00:04:12

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - DJ Soko, MainArtist - The Left, FeaturedArtist - Journalist 103, MainArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - 1587595, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

6
Seasons (feat. Stik Figa)
00:02:48

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Stik Figa, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - It Aint Easy Bein' Skinny, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

7
Brag Language (feat. Buff 1 & Magestik Legend)
00:04:40

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Jesse Givens, MusicPublisher - Buff 1, FeaturedArtist - Magestik Legend, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - pro-nasty publishing, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

8
Streets Won't Let Me Chill (feat. Diamond District)
00:04:00

YU, MainArtist - Oddisee, MainArtist - Apollo Brown, MainArtist - X.O., MainArtist - Diamond District, FeaturedArtist - el khaleafa, MusicPublisher - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - M. Willingham Music, MusicPublisher - j. walton music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

9
Balance (feat. John Robinson & Kenn Starr)
00:02:48

John Robinson, FeaturedArtist - Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Kenn Starr, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - south 7th street publishing, MusicPublisher - A Little Science Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

10
Turn & Run (feat. MED & Rapper Big Pooh)
00:02:24

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Rapper Big Pooh, FeaturedArtist - MED, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - Big Pooh Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

11
Odds Ain't Fair (feat. Hassaan Mackey)
00:03:39

Hassaan Mackey, FeaturedArtist - Apollo Brown, MainArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

12
Brainwash (feat. yU, Grap Luva & Finale)
00:03:57

YU, FeaturedArtist - Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Finale, FeaturedArtist - Grap Luva, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - Pappy Until You Die Music, MusicPublisher - M. Willingham Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

13
Just Think (feat. Magestik Legend)
00:02:51

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Jesse Givens, MusicPublisher - Magestik Legend, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

14
Propa (feat. Oddisee & Tranqill)
00:03:53

Oddisee, FeaturedArtist - Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Tranqill, FeaturedArtist - el khaleafa, MusicPublisher - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

15
Ghetto Soul Music (feat. Dudley Perkins, Prince Po & Finale)
00:03:22

Apollo Brown, MainArtist - Prince Po, FeaturedArtist - Finale, FeaturedArtist - Dudley Perkins, FeaturedArtist - 24 Karat Brown Music, MusicPublisher - Pappy Until You Die Music, MusicPublisher - SomeOthaShip, MusicPublisher

(C) 2010 Mello Music Group (P) 2010 Mello Music Group

Descrizione dell'album

A fast-rising beatmaker from out of Detroit, Apollo Brown introduced his brand of soul-flavored, sample-heavy production on two instrumental albums -- Skilled Trade (2007) and Make Do (2009). Now inducted into the ranks of respected indie rap label Mello Music Group, Brown adds some tweaks and twists to a selection of beats from his archives, pairing them with choice vocals from labelmates such as Kenn Starr, Oddissee, Declaime, and Hassaan Mackey as well as a handful of underground mainstays like Prince Po, Grap Luva, and Big Pooh of Little Brother. The result is an extraordinary hodgepodge of next-level lyricism and impeccable behind-the-boards craftsmanship. Detroit's underground hip-hop scene has received renewed scrutiny in recent years with the passing of J Dilla as well as commendable efforts from Guilty Simpson and Black Milk, among others. What sets Apollo Brown apart is that, unlike some of his Motown brethren who tend to follow Dilla's beatmaking formulas to a T, Apollo Brown shows he can excel at a variety of production styles. And while James Yancey's legacy can be heard at times, it's clear that Brown was raised on the works of East Coast masters like the RZA and DJ Premier. The beats featured on The Reset waffle between brooding slow burners ("Lower the Boom," "Seasons," "Brainwash," "Propa") and soaring, battle-happy headnodders ("Hungry," "Streets Won't Let Me Chill," "Ghetto Soul Music"). Furthermore, he displays a meticulous attention to detail in his programming that's too rare in contemporary hip-hop. Consider how the chunky bassline and crisp drums of "Real Detroit" are given an adrenaline rush with the addition of baseball bat cracks and roaring crowd samples when the chorus drops. Similarly, the jazzy guitar chords and echoing vocals lingering behind "Seasons" provide a haunting backdrop to Kansas-born lyricist Stik Figa's woeful vignettes of his home state. Ultimately, The Reset shows and proves Apollo Brown's mettle as a versatile and highly talented beatsmith while serving as a fine showcase for the Mello Music Group roster. ~ Matt Rinaldi

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