From the reviews that have poured in so far, fans of Prozak can expect another outstanding album when We Fall Down drops on September 17.
This review from RapReviews.com breaks down the upcoming album, praising the album’s production, lyrical content and the affirmative message that Prozak conveys through many of his songs.
Here’s an excerpt that breaks down some of the various production and feels of the album:
Having been a consumer of Prozak’s music for a while now, I don’t mind that he kicked the rock quotient up a notch for songs like “Three, Two, One” – though those with a more traditional rap bent may prefer the speedy delivery of “Audio Barricade” and the folksy melody of “Fading Away.” It’s a testament to Prozak’s skill how easily he transfers between seemingly disparate genres though while maintaining his gothic rap style flawlessly. There’s not that much to complain about on “We All Fall Down,” particularly given that producer ‘Seven’ Summers has once again matched Prozak track for track for the full 48 minutes. From the lush piano and melody layering of “Time” to the eerie harmonizing of “Nowhere to Run” and intense growl of “Vendetta,” the tracks match the mood Pro was looking for each time out. His fans should line up now to get this one when it drops on September 17th.
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