-- Jointz Magazine I really love Pigeon John after hearing him featured on several other cds (DJ Maj's "Fullplates Mixtape", .rodlaver's "Trying Not to Try" etc.) and I love his unique almost whiny voice rap.
Pigeon John comes through with an groundbreaking album that's sure to become a classic.
Girls, the mall, and getting digits are subjects that are re-occurring on this album.
Maybe once or twice but anymore than that and you wonder if he should have maybe had another guest spot to fill in those empty spaces on his note pad. Unfortunately this artist chose to “ride the fence” with some of the language.
Release Date: August 26, 2003 Label: Basement Records Buy on i Tunes Tracklisting 1.
Utilizing the same bold candor he employs in popular rap group LA Symphony, Pigeon John is instantly lovable on his new solo project.