Not many of any artists can successfully sleepwalk the worlds between the electro-pop gap and the bouquet of fresh trip hop as well as Aymeja. Each song seems to stretch and scratch at reality with only a hint of scope and time stopping ambition, bringing together the beat maker community with one groove from end to beginning. Like a record, the vinyl kind, you know what I'm saying. Damage Control is the latest effort, and may I say the first effort. Involving and evolving producer musicians like Crack Baby, Junio Dragon, Ian Foxfire, J. Reeves and the tallest for last William James. Dropping heavy, with the lightest beats of futuristic primitivism. Aymeja's red roots reach down deep into the subterranean underground dance scene of recent years. Aymeja has a rich history of free-styling with many of the most excellent DJ's that the west coast had to offer. Now it's her time to sharpen the pencil and write. Sipp'n 'N' Dipping into her knowledge of love, heartbreak and damage control to entertain and shake your ass.