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MP3: Has-Lo – Forgotten Styles

by Eric on May 3, 2011

It’s been just over a month since Has-Lo released his debut album “In Case I Don’t Make It”. The Philly MC/Producer has proven his ability to create an album that can be enjoyed from beginning to end, garnering support from critical tastemakers such as Chairman Mao at XXL, LA Weekly, eMusic, RCRDLBL, Okayplayer, Bloggerhouse, DJ Booth, Kevin Nottingham and many others. Now Has-Lo is offering up the final single “Forgotten Styles” for listeners while he continues work on a couple of upcoming videos and an impressive remix vision of the album entitled “Conversation B”.

On Forgotten Styles, Has-Lo vocally stomps out the beat and leaves a giant shoe print as the new face in rap music. His verses are relaxed and crisp, floating quickly over top the up-tempo beat (which was produced by Has-Lo himself). A point often overlooked is Has-Lo’s strength as a producer and his ability to create musical landscapes that fit his own particular vocal style and patterns. “Forgotten Styles” showcases this point as the beat allows Has-Lo to flow effortlessly, dropping verbal gems while noting his production & proclaiming “I can pioneer your hit like I’m Rick Rubin, Has-Lo’s on production…”.

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Mello May 3, 2011 at 11:46 am

good lookin out Eric!

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