“Full Disclosure” JustMe
JustMe delivers another thoughtful and creative album: Full Disclosure. On this one he cleverly gets more political and socio-conscious then on many of his other albums. Like his previous releases, Before the Twilight, Unemployed, Tragedy & Dope he presents a thematically cohesive product.
Full Disclosure is a somber, if not at times shocking album. The tracks are thoughtful in challenging current issues, or persistent corruption in our leadership. Full Disclosure is just that, delving into something that isn’t put out there. JustMe mixes it up with a few classic boom bap cuts, and even splashes it together the whole way through, with a bonus remix of Holster from Jaq’s Escape.
At times, I am not sure that I agree with everything on the album. I don’t know how reliable it is to get into conspiracy theories, and I can’t say to what they are true. A lot of what he says, however, does get me thinking critically. Unfortunately, in my own opinion, the whole entertainment news media effectively keeps us blind to how similar Bush & Obama, or Obama & Romney actually are.
Secret Handshake - how you start off every entrance into the disclosure of sensitive data. Theory Hazit supplies the beats & cuts.
KissInjured - the amount of damage caused to poor nations like Cambodia by Henry Kissinger is atrocious, and we keep doing the same thing over again. In classic socioconscious styles.
Ceremonial Master - the single from the album deals with freedom over an ill organ, classic hip hop, and you know hes going to lay down a message on this one.
Soul Doubt - you wonder to which our privacy is violated.
Yougenics - one of the darkest and creepiest songs I have heard, I get chills. Planned Parenthood was founded as a Eugenics organization, to root out inferior races. They successfully carry out that mission today.
Knob Creek - Perhaps the best cut on the album, bluesy, soulful, with the hardest & most honest lyrics.
Purity - To wrap it up, love, purity, and our identity in God can’t be tainted by all the corruption JustMe has been rapping on.