Saturday, April 3, 2010

Opio and Unjust - Aggression

Aggression, the first single off Mark It Zero, Unjust and Opio's tribute to The Big Lebowski opens with one of the many memorable lines from the movie by John Goodman's character Walter Sobchak, "Life doesn't start and stop at your convenience you miserable piece of sh*t."
True words. As that line fades out the song opens into a short and sweet smooth jam featuring slick production by Unjust (Chosen Few) who uses choice orchestral cuts and drum samples from the movie to paint a rich backdrop for Opio, who drops cunning lyrics about Mary Jane and the seemingly unwarranted aggression towards it. The vibe on the track practically pulls you into the movie. So, if you're unfamiliar with the movie, go rent it, download Aggression, and get ready for April 20th. All of the beats are sampled directly from the score of The Big Lebowski. And so as not to be perceived as "goldbrickers" (to use the parlance of our times), the fellas have decided to give it away free, well, pay as you will.

Stay on the lookout for Opio's upcoming 2nd solo album, Vulture's Wisdom Vol. 2, and Chosen Few's highly anticipated Hieroglyphics Imperium debut album New World Symphony, in stores May 25, 2010.

Opio and Unjust - Aggression (Download)


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