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    Them That Do... and you're damn right. "Do" was the right verbiage chosen to represent this group made up of 3 emcees and a beatmaker/ producer. Yes, we live in a digital age where collaborations need not occur on a face-­to-­face basis, but when they do, it's quite special. It takes effort for grown men, each with their own individual aims, aspirations, families, and livings to make, to assemble collectively, build with each other, and create music. Songs don't build themselves and writers don't all relate to each other, which is what makes the cohesiveness of this unit stand out. Jazz samples and dusty-­breaks forge the sonic scenery across the length of the album, albeit with a sense of modernity, simply "being", as opposed to "trying to be".

    Responsible for corralling all of the groups components, Phat Hentoff (formerly, MDA, short for Mellow Drum Addict), of Lancaster, PA, has been putting together quality projects with proficiency over the last ten years, a la Dante Ross, only that he is the artist, as well along with being the web that connects many talented individuals. It's worth taking note how his melodic vocal stylings seem always to fit just right over the jazz sample-­laden backdrops heard throughout the album, adding another dimension to the sound between 2 other emcees. Jasper Brown, hailing from the Washington D.C., is also a veteran master of the ceremonies. From first listen, Jasper strikes you as an artist with a unique voice and signature rhyme pattern which never seems to grow tired, always finding a way to nestle within the music, without sacrificing content. Each verse has a clear and concise point, as if he were speaking directly to the listener, which isn't surprising when one learns that he is the son of a preacher. Rounding out the trio of vocalists is Chuck Daily, coming from Lancaster, PA. The youngest member of the group, he effortlessly displays the ability to truly get right to the crux of things, not only with the words he chooses, but with an understanding of how tone of voice can convey messages that words cannot.

    The group's producer, Small Professor, comes to us from Philadelphia, PA. He possesses a fluidity in his production techniques that allows samples which have been chopped up to be laid back out without sounding "frenzied", and that compliments the vibe of the album beautifully. Small Pro also has a knack for picking just the right breaks to build the foundation beneath each sample.With "Them That Do", there is an overarching sense of clarity which allows the listener to at once be engaged, but not overcome, by all of the elements which combined to create the listening experience.

    Featuring appearances by Georgia Anne Muldrow, Muhsinah, Jahdan Blakkamoore, John Robinson, and Miles Bonny, amongst others, we are met with a finished product which highlights the diversity of the human experience through words and sounds, and allows us to see (or hear, rather) the peace within it all.

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    1. Them That Do (Fly Intro)
    featuring Poet Zee
    Producer: Small Professor
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    2. Arrowheads
    featuring Muhsinah
    Producer: Small Professor
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    3. Pick The Lock
    Producer: Small Professor
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    4. No Better Blues
    Producer: Small Professor
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    5. Four Fifth
    featuring Jahdan Blakkamoore
    Producer: Small Professor
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    6. Fast Asleep
    Producer: Small Professor
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    7. Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz
    Producer: Small Professor
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    8. In My Rhymes
    featuring Soia
    Producer: Small Professor
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    9. The Wilderness
    Producer: Small Professor
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    10. Superkool 223
    featuring Curly Castro
    Producer: Small Professor
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    11. Ain't They Slick?!
    featuring Yamin Semali
    Producer: Small Professor
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    12. Yeah, I Had That Tape
    featuring LD Hendriquez; John Robinson (aka Lil Sci of Scienz Of Life)
    Producer: Small Professor
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    13. Yeah, I Had That Tape (Side B)
    featuring Miles Bonny
    Producer: Small Professor
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    14. Trying To Say
    featuring Georgia Anne Muldrow
    Producer: Small Professor
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    15. Good God
    Producer: Small Professor
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    3.8 Stars (3.8 Stars )
    Total Comments: 10
    Name: (Posted: 4/1/2016 10:54:00 AM; Partial IP: 8.54.4.173)
    Location: Phoenix
    Comment: Yo fellas, common sense said it best if I don't like it I don't like it it don't mean that I'm hating and to quote krs-1 the RAP Community needs to grow up ASAP
    Name: (Posted: 3/31/2016 6:17:00 PM; Partial IP: 227.172.58)
    Location: Ontario,Can.
    Comment: Yo "f my name",you say this is overated yet you gave Pseudo Slangs joint 5 stars.
    Name: (Posted: 3/18/2016 5:16:00 PM; Partial IP: 77.161.165)
    Location: Brick City, NJ
    Comment: f my name is TRASH! Calling these not well known rappers overrated is beyond ignorant. This moron lives in the desert so his head clogged with sand! Jump off a cliff, CLOWN!!!
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 3/6/2016 4:02:00 PM; Partial IP: 227.172.58)
    Location: Ontario,Can.
    Comment: This joints pretty dope from start to finish,and this is coming from a 44 yr old."f my name"don't know what the f*ck he's saying,he'll trip on Observant,Jazz Spastiks,and every other instrumental album,even when he knows what they are,and how dope they are.Trust me son,your sh*t's getting old.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 2/16/2016 9:05:00 PM; Partial IP: 84.223.110)
    Location: Pa
    Comment: Yo f my name you call this overrated but give ever AOTP album classic ratings like their the pnly ones making hardcore crap,please your ratings are dumb
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 2/15/2016 3:45:00 PM; Partial IP: 235.190.14)
    Location: T Dot
    Comment: Them That Do.. you did great on this one, very well done. My beef is not with the artistic work but with the medium it is supplied with. Am I the only one sick of Hipnott records putting out these cheap ass excuse for cds. Technology is at a point today that anyone with some moderate inexpensive equipment can produce and make a professional looking cd at very low costs. So I do not understand why a label keeps on spitting out these pathetic burned cdr's instead of factory pressed discs. Indy labels cannot use this as an excuse anymore since it is dirt cheap to manufacture a cd in todays world. I made many cds for school projects and they all put the quality of these releases to shame. They cost me way less than a dollar each and the more quantity of your order of course the less per unit. Mixtapes with slim cases are of better quality than these insults to the hip hop community. If your charging 5 bucks and selling it out of your trunk than alright, but charging 10-13 bucks for these hiccups is robbery. Kevin Nottingham you better step your game up and stop making burnt cds in your basement and actually press these albums proper. Your roster deserves much better than this as there are many talents that you represent, im suprised they havent complained about these same issues. In closing This That Do, this is a great album and I hope many others enjoy this (on mp3 or this shotty cdr) Final words.. no wonder people choose mp3's over a physical product, who would pay more for these Hipnott cheap cdr's!!!
    3 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 2/13/2016 5:46:00 PM; Partial IP: 8.54.4.236)
    Location: Phoenix
    Comment: No disrespect but this CD is tight but I feel like it's a little overrated there's a lot of rappers nowadays that spit over jazz beats absolutely nothing creative or original on this CD I'm just saying
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 1/16/2016 12:51:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.120.214)
    Location: fyl
    Comment: This is gonna be really dope...from what I've heard it's a really unique vibe, and doesn't seem forced. Good chemistry between the artists.
    4 Stars
    Name: (Posted: 1/15/2016 1:37:00 PM; Partial IP: .234.46.36)
    Location: Vegas
    Comment: Dope, dope vibe without trying to sound like anyone else. Smoothed out beats, dope fusion of jazz, soul & reggae.
    Name: (Posted: 1/12/2016 12:20:00 AM; Partial IP: 90.253.235)
    Location: Queens NY
    Comment: This album is gonna be crazy. Small Professor with the bangin' beats and Phat Hentoff taking lead on the raps. Can't wait to hear this!
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