Look at the Tree
'I realize now that I hadn't truly seen the tree before, just a flat and dead image of it. When I look at the tree now, some of that awareness is still present but I can feel it slipping away. You see, the experience is already receding into the past... Can something like this ever be more than a fleeting glimpse?' In this quote from Ekhart Tolle's 'The Power of Now' Audio book, sampled in an interlude for Lee G & Delon's 'lOOk @ the TREE' one tries to describe the indescribable. Lee G & Delon succeed wildly in chasing this dream while offering colorfully vivid, yet fleeting glimpses into various worlds with depth and humor. This is a new brand of focused topic-driven rap music that spans from the dreamy electronic feel of 'Space Lady' to the hard-hitting grit of 'Three Babes.' Beat mistro Delon relentlessly experiments with the melding of musical genres (see disco-tango body mover 'Groundhog Day') while rapper Lee G weaves his poetic and visual flow between atmospheric beats (See 'The Monk' and 'Mommy Flies Away') If you want to hear breath taking, beautiful music (see 'Dreamer'), get lost looking at the tree and inspired to live in the moment (see 'Right On'), get this album. It will change the way you think about rap music forever.