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Klassik

Spring

Review by Gary Hill

Klassik is releasing these season themed EPs. I’d have to say that of the three things of his that I’ve heard, this one works the least well for me. Still, it has its moments. Not only that the closing number makes this worth having all by itself. It should be noted that all three songs here get parental advisories.

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Track by Track Review
Go Far

I like the rap on this quite a bit. It has a cool rhythmic element and energy. The music here isn’t as strong as that, though. The piano section is a nice touch, though.

Know It All (Prod. by Mag Spencer)
Reminding me a bit of the stranger side of Outkast, this has a lot of energy. It also has some solid raps. It’s not as strong as some his other stuff, though.
Otha Fish (Feat. OYE!)
Now, this one makes it all worth while. In a lot of ways, it’s not different than the other two. There’s a cool jazz vibe going on here, though. That makes this one really exceptional.
 
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