FarFetched artists Subtle Aggression Monopoly is extremely conscious of the ills that befall the United States and they are not afraid to speak up about it. Their affinity for political topics is astounding at such a young age, as showcased on past releases Throwaways EP, and the single F.T.M.$. Just when listeners have become accustomed to their tongue twisting and trap-like compositions, Subtle Aggression (or Uncle S.A.M.) debuts Perennial Complex and delivers an entirely different experience.
This slow burner, featuring no one but members That Kidd Casper and P.O.E.T. J, begins with a mellow jazzy feel, an homage to the golden era of Hip Hop and evolves into a 21st century youthful diatribe against the state of hip hop and our society in its modern form, revealing Subtle Aggression's impressive depth and clarity. These two have become a single force majeure of earth and human conscious thought.
released June 23, 2015
That Kidd Casper, P.O.E.T. J, producers mentioned in individual song credits