Armed with soulful organs and dusty drums, World Around Records newcomer WALDO FROM CINCINNATI reimagines "Not Enough" as a laid-back summer jam. Keep an eye out for his debut EP, "Yonder Works (And Then Some)", coming soon.
released June 1, 2015
Produced & mixed by Waldo from Cincinnati (soundcloud.com/waldofromcincinnati)
Lyrics written and performed by Louis Mackey (M.Raso) and Thirtyseven (J.Boland)
Vocals mixed by James Moreland
Mastered by M.Mocksary at Chowder Labs, Boston, MA
Thirtyseven's alter ego Humpasaur Jones takes a sharp detour from his usual hippie sex rap antics to examine the dark side of relationships, with beats by Dr. Quandary & Louis Mackey. No Humans Allowed
supported by 6 fans who also own “Not Enough (Waldo from Cincinnati Remix)”
From this stellar collab with Dr. Quandary, to Wombaticus Rex, to Thirtyseven, to No Humans Allowed, to Humpasaur Jones, to Fear of Death and the Need for Reproduction (FDR), I feel like I'm describing ODB to people when deep in discussion on gifted emcees in the underground community. I especially hope to listen to some new material in 2020. v i r g o v a n d a l
supported by 5 fans who also own “Not Enough (Waldo from Cincinnati Remix)”
This is an album of authenticity. Louis has lyrical content and style that's not only relatable, but still spiked with passion. Dr. Quandary is king when production needs to feel like a live band set: it's funky, smart, and clean.
Listen here if: you like hip hop that's not explicitly illicit in it's message, beats that blur the line between real instrumentation and not, and music worth sharing. Erik Lutsch