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FALLING UPWARDS REVIEW
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Orlando, FL. February 16, 2013 - The first time after listening to Hoodwink’s Falling Upwards I didn't recongize the entire developmental experience. From the beginning of the project Hoodwink breaks into a magnificent display of creativity and talent throughout his many visions with our great ancestors, up until the question of why we are here in his bonus finale track.
Multi talented visionary and musician, Hoodwink is extremely gifted. Hoodwink exercises several transitions throughout Falling Upwards entire compilation. He is a genius at utilizing the space and power pause techniques while maintaining a compelling and original masterpiece. His constant variety of flow shifts between emotions, giving his audio listeners a rollercoaster effect of fall and infinite rise.
Fans begin to realize that Hoodwink using a multitude of distinct patterns throughout the entire project. Some of his delivery might remind you of the some of the earlier pioneers in the industry. Originality. This is because of Hoodwink’s long love for the true art of the game. Listeners notice a significant change in the melody towards the last few tracks as the momentum shifts and Falling Upwards approaches the climax.
It seems as if Hoodwink only uses the vital words necessary, as he leaves the rest to his listeners’ imagination. Fans agree that Hoodwink made great selections for his collaborations featuring Caskey; the latest members of YMCMB, and Atlanta’s new voice for the ladies, Quay. Both did a spectacular job adding their own flavor. You can tell that their chemistry was well balanced and professionally directed.
This past weekend we listened to Falling Upwards again, as we have so many times. I immediately whipped out his first project Chaos Theory to compare the two. In my opinion Falling Upwards is an excellent tribute, a sign of growth and enlightenment. You have to go back and listen to the both of them back to back to gain a deep understand of the difference between the two. Both projects use a unique mixture of concept and perception musically blended.
The overall review, Hoodwink’s new project Falling Upwards is a masterful and deliberate display of talent and dedication. I recommend for any true hip-hop fan to listen, share and enjoy. Fans can look forward to Hoodwink's new collaboration with our powerhouse producer, Neirdo., entitled No Confusion. No Confusion is coming this summer. Remember… Don’t be such a lame. Live LIVE, NO Script™.