K.A.Y.O Da Konspiracy – Konflicted Addictions

K.A.Y.O Da Konspiracy makes his SpitFireHipHop debut with his new ‘Konflicted Addictions’ LP.

Prepare yourself to go beyond hip-hop’s surface before you put on K.A.Y.O Da Konspiracy’s new album Konflicted Addictions. Saying this project is deeper than rap is an understatement and calling Konspiracy a conscious rapper is belittling his artistry in its entirety. On ‘Konflicted’ Addictions, the Missouri City native gives us a mixture of lyricism, poetry, story telling, substance and perspective all in 17 tracks. Also he uses original skits through out the project that provides imagery for the listeners.

From the opening track, “Read My Sign,” featuring Bishop produced by Devin Beal, Konspiracy is painting a picture for us. When you think of read my sing, automatically you think of a person asking for change, and that’s what Konspiracy is doing. He’s asking for change just in a figurative manner. The track does indeed open up with a skit of a homeless person asking for change, then he comes in with the metaphorical aspect, where he’s dropping gems. And in a poetic way, Konspiracy says,

“Now the question that I ask, is do you have change? Read carefully before you bitch and complain. I’m not asking for useless dollars, I’m Eustace Dollaz, who misused his dollars.” Listen to the new album below.

Yoel Molina Law

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