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- Label: Zebra Traffic
- Cat Number: ZEBTRAFCD005
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|Life - Alpha||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Rock It Right||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Never Be A Crackhead||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Kung Fu||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Babylonians||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Always Living||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Tomorrow||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Moviedrome||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - The Pound For Pound||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - In Memory||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - The Number One||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Slaves Revenge||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Trust||Buy MP3 £0.50||L 1|
|Life - Baddest Man||L 1|
|Life - Chosen One||L 1|
|Life - Time Crisis||L 1|
|Life - Omega||L 1|
Following his debut 12 for Zebra Traffic, Moviedrome, Luton based emcee Life (Phi-Life Cypher) returns with bang and his debut solo album. Combining writing lyrics for Phi-Life, appearing live on stage with the Gorillaz (all over the world and at the Brit Awards 2002) and maintaining a ubiquitous presence on hip hop stages all over the UK, Europe and further a field, Life has also managed to complete his solo LP!
The LP contains 17 tracks of varying tempos to satisfy even the fussiest of hip-hop fan. From the straight up banging Moviedrome (which contains an unbelievable number of movie references), through the more thoughtful and soulful Tomorrow, Everyday… also includes the track In Memory, a particularly honest and powerful song written specifically about the events surrounding the death of Stephen Lawrence.
All of the production is handled by DJ Nappa (with exception of the outro, Omega, produced by Mr Thing), Mr Thing represents with his trademark tight and innovative cuts, and Life rides the rhythms perfectly bringing his own unique lyrical style to the burgeoning UK scene. The album also features guest emcee Skit Slam, who appears on two of the tracks.
Everyday Life touches on some very interesting and important conscious issues facing Britain at the start of a new century, but never strays too far from the devastating battle style that has earned Life his fearsome lyrical reputation. It is part one of a two-album project with the follow up, Realities of Life, representing the more mindful, topical and aware aspects of life in the UK (coming in the summer).