Review: Lyrics Born and Everywhere At Once

Saturday, May 10, 2008 came out with a review of the Lyrics Born sophomore effort and had this to say:

For his second solo studio record, the Quannum Projects godfather veers left from his sample-centric background and into something that should be highly pleasing to anyone who enjoyed hip-hop in 1988. "Everywhere at Once" isn't the map-jumping free-for-all inferred by its title; rather, this is a focused and thoughtfully crafted party record that finds Lyrics Born employing a live band to work up his newfound love of shimmering, shining pop-funk, even as he expands his hoop-jumping, rat-a-tat rhymes.
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