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Skyzoo & Antman Wonder present the collabo EP “An Ode To Reasonable Doubt”. Released via First Generation Rich Inc., in conjunction with Loyalty Digital Corp. In light of Jay-Z’s 44th birthday yesterday, they present the orchestral remake of Jay’s finest moment. The 9 song EP shows Philly composer Antman Wonder recreating the original beats with live string sections, horns, etc, while lyrically its written from the perspective of Sky placing himself in the emotions that Jay displayed on the original, but from his point of view, as opposed to reinterpreting Jay’s life. Covert art by MB Bowens and Courtney Jefferson.

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2 Responses to "Skyzoo + Antman Wonder – “An Ode To Reasonable Doubt” EP"
  • WuBrotha#1 says:

    Okay, I know in an interview Skyzoo mentioned something in the line of not wanting to do Brooklyn’s Finest and Friend Or Foe (the former being a huge downer for me), due to them not making sense with strings and horns, but I believe otherwise. It would’ve added to the experience IMO. And why note? He isn’t copying and pasting the damn album. He should’ve just blessed it as is. It’s still chill though.

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