|Kev Brown on a trip with DJ Roddy Rod to South Africa began with the best intentions of developing an entire project of the two producers concocting beats and songs derived solely from South African artists. As good ideas give way to the reality of hectic schedules, Kev strove to give fans a musical taste of his life-changing experience on African soil. For the aptly-named ''Makeba,'' the producer/MC chopped up a little something he copped at a local record store, programmed the drums and captured a soulful feel that fans around the world will surely gravitate to. The guitar plucks and drums are simply infectious!|
''Party People Dedication'' evokes the emotion of looking at citizenry in a foreign land of whom you know neither name nor background, but connect with nonetheless. Language, ethnicity, nor location can separate that bond and the emotive piano chords only reinforce this fact.
Two songs cannot detail an entire trip, but they can bring you into the artist's world, allowing the listener to vicariously absorb the experience. Equipped with his portable microphone and MPC 2500, Kev Brown invites you to take a ride with him on one of his sonic excursions. The producer from Landover, Maryland shares his adventure as someone fortunate to get that round-trip ticket back across the Atlantic and share his music with a continent that inadvertently birthed his. The drums are slowly rumbling on the horizon and this time they are venturing from west to east, homeward bound. LISTEN!
Packaged in a full color printed jacket with an original cover design by artist Joe Buck, plus detailed liner notes.