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'Of Process and Progression' is a perfectly balanced combination of hip-hop, jazz, and soul from longtime collaborators Tall Black Guy & Ozay Moore, who continue to push themselves creatively after a collective more than 30 years in the game. On each and every track on this LP, the duo beautifully blend Golden Era boom-bap with modern sounds to deliver something altogether timeless and inspiring. There's just so much to love about 'OPAP,' an easy candidate for one of the year's best releases, regardless of genre. Both TBG and Ozay have been on a tear these past few years with their respective careers, but it's safe to say they're reaching a new peak together with this release.
'Of Process and Progression' is a perfectly balanced combination of hip-hop, jazz, and soul from longtime collaborators Tall Black Guy & Ozay Moore, who continue to push themselves creatively after a collective more than 30 years in the game. On each and every track on this LP, the duo beautifully blend Golden Era boom-bap with modern sounds to deliver something altogether timeless and inspiring. There's just so much to love about 'OPAP,' an easy candidate for one of the year's best releases, regardless of genre. Both TBG and Ozay have been on a tear these past few years with their respective careers, but it's safe to say they're reaching a new peak together with this release.
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Of Process & Progression
Artist: Tall Black Guy / Moore, Ozay
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $29.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Prelude
2. Stick Em
3. Viberite (Feat. Kumbaya)
4. Har Hanz (Feat. Ohmega Watts)
5. Mud (Feat. Sean C. Johnson)
6. Make It Like This
7. Nupwr (Feat. Jabee, Add-2, Tony Ozier)
8. Runnin Away (Feat. Malaya)
9. Does Anybody Care?
10. Black Is... (Feat. DSTL, Sareem Poems, Rich Medina)

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'Of Process and Progression' is a perfectly balanced combination of hip-hop, jazz, and soul from longtime collaborators Tall Black Guy & Ozay Moore, who continue to push themselves creatively after a collective more than 30 years in the game. On each and every track on this LP, the duo beautifully blend Golden Era boom-bap with modern sounds to deliver something altogether timeless and inspiring. There's just so much to love about 'OPAP,' an easy candidate for one of the year's best releases, regardless of genre. Both TBG and Ozay have been on a tear these past few years with their respective careers, but it's safe to say they're reaching a new peak together with this release.

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