High Priest Book Of Keys
- Words: Nick Follett
- Label: Sound Ink
As more time and releases pass since the splintering of Antipop Consortium, what becomes increasingly clear is each member‘s individuality. While Beans has proven his penchant for b-boy boogie, High Priest‘s beats are unrelenting and chopped like "Vin Diesel." With verses that have a habit of wrapping upon themselves like sax player Lenny Tristano‘s phrases, "Book of Keys" goes as far out as any previous Antipop-related record. If you like HP, you‘ll like this record; if not, your loss.
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