Krizz Kaliko’s latest release, Shock Treatment, includes six tracks that were produced by Michael ‘Seven’ Summers. Seven produced the single, “Elevator”, as well as “Simon Says”, “Stripper Dance”, “Get It Girl”, “Get Active” and “Freaks”.
Seven’s production has become a mainstay on Strange Music releases over the last five-plus years. He produced twelve tracks on Tech’s critically acclaimed, Everready: The Religion, and his production skills have been featured on every Strange Music release since. Seven’s melodic, piano and orchestra heavy tracks are always laced with clean, bangin’ drum patterns, which provide the perfect backdrop for Tech N9ne and his Strange family to weave their intricate rhyme schemes in and out of. If Strange Music’s process of creating studio albums can be compared to that of a painter creating his or her most significant work of art, then their unmistakable, progressive sound is undoubtedly the galleried masterpiece on display for Hip Hop heads, music lovers and casual listeners around the globe to circle around, critique and admire. Sticking with this comparison, lately it seems as though Seven’s tracks have been the catalyst of that signature sound, the ingredient that quickens the chemical reaction between all of the other musical components, allowing them to harden or cure properly ensuring the quality and durablity that have come to be expected when it comes to a Strange release.
Shock Treatment, Krizz Kaliko’s latest release with Strange Music, features the singles “Elevator” and “Stripper Dance”. The album features Stevie Stone, Big Ben, Kortney Leveringston and Irv Da Phenom along with Strange Music labelmates Tech N9ne, Kutt Calhoun, Big Scoob and Brotha Lynch Hung. Shock Treatment In Stores Now! Click here to order.