Constant Flow is a firebrand artist who doesn’t shy away from giving the listener the crux of the matter, no matter how brutal and unforgiving. The truth is we all need to hear this side of the story every now and then. This is beyond “real rap”, this is plain old jolt back to reality. As you hit the play button, the broody keys of ‘Moment Of Peace‘ ensures the words spoken by these men hit you like a sudden bolt. using recognizable parallels between the western world and everywhere else, they paint a sordid picture of our current world.
This is definitely something we need in this crazy times.
In recent years more than ever, Hip-Hop has been a platform of boasting ones possessions or idea of wealth. While there’s no shame in showing off every so often by toasting to the good life, there’s an ugly truth that needs to be exposed. War, genocide, corruption; these are the things that are leaving a scar in our history books. Whereas some rappers may just gloss over these disasters, Constant Flow is here to tell the whole truth to the masses. Fresh from the release of “Dog Tags,” the 2nd single taken from his Viper Records debut LP, Ascension, CF keeps the momentum rocking with “Moment of Peace,” a sharp tongued reflection of the world examined through real people, not just mass media. As Melanie Fontana supplies a chilling hook that blends effortlessly with the fact-paced instrumental, Viper’s frontman, Immortal Technique, drops a potent series of double time bars that will leave new listeners and long time fans hitting the rewind button. “Moment of Peace” is the 3rd and final leak taken from Ascension, which is set to drop next Tuesday, September 2nd, so check out the track while pre-ordering the album via iTunes!
04. Danger Zone
05. Celebrate Life (feat. Wyme & Chino XL)
07. Moment Of Peace (feat. Immortal Technique & Melanie Fontana)
08. Winter Blood (feat. Beast1333)
09. Young Lord (feat. Kelly Finnigan of Monophonics & Wyme)
10. Devil’s Maze (feat. Immortal Technique)
11. Bars (feat. Dontique)
12. Sunshine (feat. P.J. Pacifico)
13. You’re All Welcome