Bo-Dean and T Dubb Oh are also newcomers to the Star Pulse Family of featured artists. The STL Natives are constantly opening shows and working with a large swath of other St Louis area talent and reaching out to Philly (Freeway) and Memphis (Project Pat). The sonic landscape is indicative of what STL is like, soulful, gritty, hardcore, it is after all the land that birthed Chuck Berry.
The aggressive street nature of Philly & STL are not very dissimilar in terms of how the subject matter is discussed over these hard hitting beats. Freeway lends his sonic and lyrical texture to "Wad Up" and provides a proper context to North Philly streets and STL grit. Project Pat lends his voice, bravado and flair to "Ridin" Gutter, soulful and all Pat.
The concept of the album is ill. Evil vs Evil. I like that, but then that causes us to dissect, what is truly evil. Because if the news is any indication of whats evil and whats good, that depends on where you stand. The 17 tracks provide a lot of different subjects, anthems and well thought out tracks. The StarPulse Standout Tracks are Fux Shit Up, Ridin', Underground Gods, Wad Up and Get In Line.