IDE drops a reflective track that sees the emcee tackling personal issues and the state of modern life with a very creative twist and some braggadocio to match. Sick stuff to say the least. hit the play button and get familiar

Check out the Album Sampler (YouTube):HERE


• iTunes: HERE


After spending the past six years perfecting his craft and growing his label (Creative Juices Music), Brooklyn’s own IDE returns with “Flight Patterns,” the neck-snapping and lyrically potent single off his fourth LP, Breathe Easy.

The contemplative track is produced by newcomer Lucky Loopiano who constructs a layered backdrop built on strings, guitars, and drums that complement the dense and lyrical verses from the Brooklyn native.

IDE also displays an innate knack for ill rhyme schemes and patterns, deftly weaving in and out of the pocket throughout. It makes for both a rewind-worthy listen and something any Hip-Hop head will glad nod along to (and keep on repeat along with the remainder of Breathe Easy).

Breathe Easy is now available for download through iTunes and all major digital retailers, and can be purchased on Compact Disc online, via Creative Juices Music. Click here to stream the 17 track album sampler.

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