features two different sides as portrayed in the album cover. Tracks 1-7 (phase 1) have a bit more optimistic approach, whereas tracks 8-15 (phase 2) are a bit more pessimistic. In an interview with TMN, Issa explained what the album means to him: The whole album is pretty much just about finding the balance in one’s self, the two different paths that one can take, the up and the down and the constant battle within ourselves. With the bangers side it’s more us dealing with fucking bitches and drugs, on the lyrical side it’s more us dealing with inner demons
For much of Evermore, the Underachievers spin in their spiritual axis, until a series of tracks near the end break the heavenly trance with jarring abruptness. Trap orchestration creeps in on "Take Your Place" as Issa Gold warns, "Don’t fuck with the snakes," and AK adds, "Really pop up on a nigga blocka/ If he think he hotta ‘cause a nigga conscious/ Got to keep a chopper just to cease the nonsense. They’re obviously aware of the contradictions, but Evermore: The Art of Duality places these adventures in a present-tense context. Perhaps they’re simply acknowledging their flawed humanity. Just as likely, they don’t yet realize that their perspectives on sex and violence can be as tough to break as the mental prisons that damaged their troubled youth. The Evermore journey is an engaging one, but it would have slid into a new age torpor if not for the spate of ugliness near the album’s end.
The Underachievers released their second official album Evermore: The Art of Duality on September 25, 2015. Their third album, Renaissance was released on May 19, 2017. From October 17, through November 30, 2013, The Underachievers toured with Joey Badass, Pro Era, Ab-Soul, and Chevy Woods, among others on the fourth annual "The Smokers Club Tour". On November 19, 2013, Issa Gold confirmed that The Underachievers would be releasing their debut album The Cellar Door in early 2014. He also revealed that they would begin The Cellar Door Tour in April 2014
Unconscious Monsters (Evermore Outro). 15 Songs, 59 Minutes. Released: 25 Sep 2015. 2015 The Underachievers, RPMMSC. More By The Underachievers. The Underachievers) - Single. The Lords of Flatbush. Cellar Door: Terminus Ut Exordium. Take Your Place - Single.
Unconscious Monsters (Evermore Outro), 04:00.
The artist just dropped his latest collection Evermore: The Art of Duality – and we have it here for you to check out! The Underachievers's new collection includes 15 tracks on 1 disc(s) with total runtime of 59:59
Duality is an idea rarely discussed in hip hop. Rappers tend to pick a particular style and stick to it. Whether that’s a hedonistic style that glorifies one’s rise to stardom, or a conscious one that seeks to advise its listeners, artists rarely cross this line within the same album. Rather than continue this long-standing tradition, The Underachievers turn it on its head in their newest album Evermore: The Art of Duality.
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|Shine All Gold|
|The Brooklyn Way|
|Reincarnation (Phase 2 Intro)|
|Take Your Place|
|We The Hope|
|Stay The Same|
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