I did not want to be repetitive on this record. I didn't want a whole lot of politically driven songs and a few other songs mashed together. I also didn't want a whole album of typical Mykill jams either. The features on this album were deliberate. While I was writing I listened to a lot of Tristate. Someone who I have known for years and we always talked about working together and just never did. Born Allah was another collaboration that sort of organically happened. As much of you know, Born and I have been down since the beginning of my career. For a while he was featured on every record I released. So it was only right that we got together again. Before he passed, Meen Green spoke about a Western HemisFear reunion. Although, I was reluctant, I decided to be a part of it. We talked about doing new music but he passed before we could make that a reality. So the songs with he and Vooodu were songs we did years earlier when we attempted the first HemisFear reunion. I felt that these tunes stood the test of time and it was only right that Green be a part of this album.
I hope you guys listen to it and enjoy it. This is most likely my last recorded album of new music. I do have a plan to release a 20 year anniversary of The Second Coming coming next October but I have other passions these days and would like to give me sole attention and focus to those things. It has been a crazy ride. I appreciate each and everyone of you that have been a part of this ride, either from the beginning or midway through. Whenever you entered the train, thanks for staying aboard. I cannot tell you how amazing it is to hear from you all and the appreciation you have for my music.
Peace and love