The Darke Bros. Cas Metah & Wonder Brown
Scribbling Idiots Wonder Brown & Cas Metah put it down together as the Darke Bros. Ohio repping with the crew, the two come together keeping it real, and giving it up to Most High. They keep it honest, and from the heart, facing the struggles with their music, and coming through.
With assistance on beats by Theory Hazit, Vintage, principally soul. The style compliments their emotional delivery, almost viscerally spilling the hearts contents.
The only real problem is the introduction makes you feel like the album might be more lighthearted fun then it turns out to be. Much of the album is not always pretty, but its real. The conclusion, perhaps a preacher, delivers a sermon on the importance of balancing the need to challenge others in the faith, but also to show compassion. Musically, the songs deal with empathy and compassion for the suffering, and the conclusion ties it up meaningfully.
The Way I Cry - An expression of the pain, and getting over it. There is hope.
I Know - you already know, coming through a tough life and a conversion that’s worth it.
Famous Lovers Part 2 - some of the lyrical stylings come off the sickest on this one, with one of the best beats of the album.
Drowning Man - Copywrite & Elias come through on the cut, sometimes pride gets in the way of asking God for help, and then we drown.