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“Emily” is not one of those times as he laments the story of a girl he loved and the daughter that was born out of it.
“Deception” is also decidedly more serious as PJ continues to examine his life, the result is one of the album’s dopest cuts.
Flavor Flav had his clock, Tupac had his "Thug Life" tattoo and Pigeon John has his fedora?! As you'd expect, Pigeon John doesn't come out blazing on his debut album. He is the everyman, tripping over his "Highschool Reunion" and sweating over his girl problems.
So when he raps, "Every word I write seals my fate/Losing every single one of my friends to date," on "Life Goes On" it's hard to believe he's serious.
I loved rhyming over DJ Rhettmatic beats because it was two people writing a song but completely separated.
He writes all the music and then an emcee can come and interpret the song a whole different way and make it into a love song or something.
Pigeon John has been a constant in the left coast underground Hip Hop scene since his days rocking a microphone at the legendary Good Life Cafe.
Through the years, he has garnered respect from peers and supporters through countless tours and a series of albums blending his love for Hip Hop mainstays like De La Soul and classic bands like The Beatles to create an interesting sound.
Do you remember what helped you climb out of that, aside from faith? Pigeon John: I think it’s a tricky question because it might be happening right now. You gotta start listening to your fuckin’ friends [Laughs] and start all over and stuff. I wrote that during the Summertime Pool Party Tour. DX: It’s gotta be humbling to write something like that and expose it to the world.Don’t be fooled though, in many cases his tongue in firmly implanted in his cheek.This attitude, plus the uniqueness of his music is put on display instantly as he flips his sing-song flow over his own funky beat on “High School Reunion.” Just check the chorus: “I should have known/yeah I should have known/should have got a real job and a digital phone/my high school reunion is soon from now/and I only got two dollars in my checking account.” PJ continues to question his choices on the humorous “Identity Crisis.” While he often explores serious subjects with a comedic approach. Even PJ's vocal delivery makes him sound like the sort of buddy you could have long talks with over a beer. A rapper's style icon can say much about his performance and this L. "Emily" is a pure emo lesson about getting a girl pregnant and feeling bad for cutting out on her, a lighter-weight version of "Sorry Miss Jackson." It's probably the most serious song on this collection of songs that, while not flippant, are certainly lighthearted.