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The Los Angeles rapper-singer-producer says that the album is a continuation of his evolution as a musician.
“I’m still trying to find my voice,” Pigeon John says in a press release.
So when he raps, "Every word I write seals my fate/Losing every single one of my friends to date," on "Life Goes On" it's hard to believe he's serious.
In fact, the lesson told by guest Abstract Rude pretty much certifies that the song is a fable rather than an autobiography.
A rapper's style icon can say much about his performance and this L. "Emily" is a pure emo lesson about getting a girl pregnant and feeling bad for cutting out on her, a lighter-weight version of "Sorry Miss Jackson." It's probably the most serious song on this collection of songs that, while not flippant, are certainly lighthearted.
Flavor Flav had his clock, Tupac had his "Thug Life" tattoo and Pigeon John has his fedora?! As you'd expect, Pigeon John doesn't come out blazing on his debut album. He is the everyman, tripping over his "Highschool Reunion" and sweating over his girl problems.
is set to be released April 29 on Megaforce Records.
It all started in the early 90’s at the Good Life, home of the West Coast underground hip hop scene.
The boot camp for artists like Freestyle Fellowship, Kurupt, The Pharcyde, and Black Eyed Peas.
Every Thursday night, a young cat by the name of Pigeon John would come out form the quiet streets of Hawthorne, CA to showcase his songs and skills. He continued to make moves with LAS by becoming a featured artist on the Yahoo.com/NBA summer tour, appearing in a two page Levi’s adds in Spin magazine, and scoring a featured song in the movie “Get Over It”, starring Kristen Dunst and Sisqo.
For the next several years, he grew and learned how to truly rock any crowd, whether it be hip hop or punk rock, he would adapt and relate to them with honesty. Along with 6 LAS songs, Pigeon John’s song, “Identity Crisis” can be heard on the XBOX games, “Project Gotham” and “NBA Inside Drive 2002”.