TRIPLE AVE – Hip Hop for grown ups.
TRUE WORKING CLASS HEROES
TRIPLE AVE: Hyp, Louie da Saint, and Gypsy Luv
After 2 years, the long awaited album is completed. Triple Ave emerges, no doubt as: “True Working Class Heroes.” The title speaks the truth. This is an album which, if you just started listening to Hip-Hop in 2005, you might not fully understand or appreciate. True Working Class Heroes means what it says except, “working class” in this context should be hyphenated as urban people of color-working class. Another good title may have been: Hood Eclectic (this is copyrighted so don’t bite it.)
If you have a pretentious approach to your Hip-Hop, you may not understand why we call this: progressive Hip-Hop. On the other hand, if you’ve been around the block a few times, seen some things, heard some things, experienced some things and dig real music (real meaning-with instruments and musical compositions) with serious subject matter: you’ll be all set. This album is truly: Rap ‘N’ Soul. You know, the kind of-soul food for thought-that will have you sitting on the porcelain throne for a while, trying to work out all of what you just ingested.