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Smoke Signals to Satellites

Icarus Jones & Dbeat

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These lyrics are amazing. I've been fortunate enough to see these guys live and I was not disappointed. They're freakin amazing. Disconnected's lyrics leave me rooted to my seat and sucked into the song everytime it's on.

On "Smoke Signals to Satellites"

Icarus Jones is a freak, and not in that R. Kelly, straight-to-DVD, lampooned by Chappelle sort of way (and not just because he thanks 209Vibe in his liner notes). The Stockton rapper is a freak in a good way; like an X-Man, Jones uses his incredible power for the betterment of a society that may hate him for his talent. That society is hip-hop, with its wanna-be thugs hangin' in da club, and Jones' power is his phenomenal verbal flow. It hits you on "Waking Up," the opening track on "Smoke Signals to Satellites," Jones' new CD with Bay Area producer dBeat. "I keep my chips in a line / and my raps in stacks / until the table / gets unstable / from the weight and collapses," Jones rhymes, showing incredible verbal dexterity over a marching beat that serves as a call to arms. Jones' lyrics stop listeners cold with amazement on tracks like "Alive & Well" ("I'm leaving greedy leaders with a speedy impeachment") and reach incredible heights on "Disconnected," which is most likely the best hip-hop track you'll hear this year. Jones takes rap back to what it should be – a medium for social protest – in telling the story of a relationship torn apart by war. It's an amazing piece of work. And dBeat's innovative production, which puts as much emphasis on harmony and melody as it does bass, gives Jones the perfect launching pad for his rhymes.

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