Detroit-based producer Apollo Brown teams up with Chicago emcee Philmore Greene for a new joint LP, “Cost Of Living”.
What are the consequences of living in this fucked up world? Within the first few seconds of their collaborative album, “Cost Of Living”, rapper Philmore Greene and producer Apollo Brown articulate this question with unequivocal clarity. It’s an inquiry that looms at the core of their elegiac and existential soundtrack to modern inner city life. How can one escape the systemic traps that have ensnared generations since time immemorial? What does it mean to make the right choices? And if you emerge from the chaos to live a beautiful life, how do you overcome the survivor’s guilt and lingering trauma?
“Cost Of Living” is made up of 11 songs and features guest appearances from Evidence and Rashid Hadee.
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