Vinyl LP pressing. Before any of the excitement could die down, Kev Brown hasn't let off the gas. In less than two months after his long awaited and critically acclaimed Homework album, the latest release entitled Fill in the Blank is nothing short of the perfect surprise for the hip hop world. In the famous words of Kev, this is just "Another Classic Joint!". Classics are synonymous with his legacy and if you release 2 classic albums back to back in under 90 days, not only is your work ethic setting you apart from your contemporaries, but the talent and quality of your product is the real standout. In the vein of Homework, Fill in the Blank continues the same formula of pairing sporadic beats and raps in an unorthodox, yet seamless presentation. The two projects may share similarities, but as an artist, Kev Brown is all about evolution. The mixing is tighter, the beats are bolder and his rapping is more aggressive. Some may observe that this album is more polished than the previous, but "the grit" he is known for is still prominently audible. As a vocalist, Kev has found a great balance of being smooth, concise, unapologetic and passionate with his honesty, love for the craft and flashes of dry humor. Making a guest appearance as the in house DJ, Damu the Fudgemunk exclusively handles all of the scratching.
1.1 Introduction to the Introduction 1.2 Better Handwriting 1.3 Tried Love? 1.4 A Bob Ross Moment 1.5 Wont Fall Down 1.6 Walkin the Gauntlet 1.7 Strictly Hardcore Bboy! 1.8 Late 1.9 That's It 1.10 Woodwind Masterpiece 1.11 Regardless (Chu Doin?) 1.12 Cold Reign Part II 1.13 Simple 1.14 Camouflage Bucket Hats (Produced By Sean Born) 1.15 Fill in the ______ 1.16 Later on 1.17 Still Raw (Aunt Pat) 1.18 Classy Theme Music 1.19 Inspiration for the Outside (Produced By Kaimbr) 1.20 Majestic Horizon