Critical Praise for Pseudo Slang:
“Pseudo Slang make the thinking fan’s kind of hip-hop.” – Chicago Sun Times
Pseudo Slang’s “Chill Out $” is a track that lives up to its title, both lyrically and musically. Tone Atlas, the production half of PS, has created a beat charged with soothing and transient electronic jazz chords, rhythmically supported by crackling vintage drums. Over this Emcee Sick, along with guest emcee A.L. Third, spit laid back flows about taking a chill pill every once in awhile. Pseudo Slang are at the top of their game on this track, providing us with intelligent rhymes and a joint that we can all chill out to.
We’ll Keep Looking is available everywhere now via Fat Beats Records. http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=318098163&s=143441
Pseudo Slang is a hip-hop duo from the Buffalo, NY music scene. Emcee Sick of the Xtracts of Slang and Tone Atlas of the Pseudo Intellectuals teamed up about a decade ago to form Pseudo Slang – a side project that took on a career of its own. After their debut release, The Catalogue (a compilation of tracks PS laid down from 1999 to 2004), Pseudo Slang switched to full time. After being quickly signed to stalwart hip-hop label Fat Beats Records, Pseudo Slang released the single “Broke and Copasetic” in 2006. National and international tours followed, and the build towards their first complete studio release as a duo is almost at its apex: We’ll Keep Looking is available now via Fat Beats Records.
Listen to the first single, “Broke & Copasetic” featuring Vinia Mojica – http://media.audibletreats.com/Pseudo_Slang-Broke_And_Copasetic_feat_Vinia_Mojica.mp3
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