Thursday, March 22, 2012

Sum of All Fears Released by Da Grym Reefer

Hidden beneath carefully crafted lyrics complimented by solid instrumentals, the political and social commentary in The Sum of All Fears by Da Grym Reefer can easily be missed. Da Grym Reefer speaks on everything from Troy Davis to the state of Hip-Hop on his 20 track album.  

Just Us (For Troy) featuring Miss Joyce seems to cover many political and law enforcement issues as Da Grym Reefer says “we look for Justice, we find Just us.”

He thoughtfully composes his songs, displaying his skills as a lyricist, while delivering his message. Missing from his album is the usual party tracks and club bangers yet the instrumentals still have a body moving effect.

On his official website, Da Grym Reefer says he entitled his album The Sum of All Fears to show he is a fearless artist. His album could effortless force people to recognize the political and social commentary that Hip-Hop can have.

If  haven’t bought the album, it’s available on Bandcamp for $12 USD. Fans of Da Grym Reefer can follow him on Twitter or find him on Facebook

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