Lyrics Born / Everywhere At Once
Album: Everywhere At Once   Collection:Hip-hop
Artist:Lyrics Born   Added:Apr 2008

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2008-05-04 Pull Date: 2008-07-06 Charts: Hip-Hop
Week Ending: Jul 6 Jun 29 Jun 15 Jun 8 Jun 1 May 25 May 18 May 11
Airplays: 2 4 1 2 1 3 2 3

Recent Airplay
1. Sep 06, 2016: Clean Copper Radio
Do U Buy It?, Homeland Security (Skit)
4. May 31, 2012: Nick&Noah:The Radio Show
Don't Change (Feat. Myron Glasper & Dj D Sharp)
2. Sep 28, 2013: Music Casserole
Rules Were Meant To Be Broken
5. Dec 15, 2011: Happy Hour
Rules Were Meant To Be Broken
3. Sep 15, 2013: New World Disorder
I Like It, I Love It
6. Sep 07, 2010: Nick & Noah: TheRadioShow
Don't Change (Feat. Myron Glasper & Dj D Sharp)

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2008-05-05
Lyrics Born – Everywhere at Once
Reviewed by Sadie O., 4/22/08
Bay Area Hip Hop with some of the best rhythm anywhere. About half the tracks are killer funk, and about half are more “modern R&B” which is a sound the turns me the hell off – but the vocals are always astounding. Best bits are where the vocals provide rhythmic counterpoint to the funk, like ttrack 14.
No FCCs, although there are moments when it’s obvious what’s been blanked out (like the skit, track 12) – very few of those, basically squeaky clean and good for play at all hours.
The good tracks are very, very, very good – try 2, 3, 7, 8, 13, 14, 18…
1. 0.06 six seconds of album title.
2. 3:24 ****squeepy and funky and brilliant.
3. 3:12 ***faster and still super funky, female chorus. Both males can rap like fuck! Amazing rhythm.
4. 4:00 *slow clapped beat, modern “R&B”, failed love lyrics. I hate the music, but his rap is still amazing.
5. 3:46 **rap and clapped beat continues from previous cut, less of the “R&B” feel, autobiography lyrics.
6. 1:23 adenoidal complaining and support group – pretty funny…
7. 3:24 ****pounding beat, low key rap that provides the syncopation. Terrific stuff.
8. 3:43 ****OW!! Bass-heavy downtempo funk. YES! I love it, too. It’s actually a love song (which I usually hate.)
9. 3:50 **downtempo with female chorus. Chorus is crap, rap is the poop.
10. 4:03 **scratching noise goes from one channel to the other… mellow swingy hip-wiggler riddim, vocals put together well.
11. 3:53 *very slow Blaxploitation (Japsploitation?) funk/”R&B”… A bit too much of the “R&B” element for my tastes.
12. 1:25 Ha! Great airport security skit.
13. 3:11 ****J-pop meets rap. Pure candy! Anti-war message, with bits that sound like Jello Biafra.
14. 4:08 ****excellent downtempo funk. If you ain’t wiggling, your spine is broken. Some of the best vocal rhythms on the disk.
15. 4:42 **slow with some processed vocals, spoken rap, incredibly intense lyrics about the death of a friend. I didn’t care for the music much, but the track left me bawling…
16. 4:03 **chorus intro, then a rave beat, then something other. Lots of bass, interesting lyrics. Ends several seconds early.
17. 0:57 sound collage, bits from different tracks.
18. 2:54 ***rather downtempo funky riddim with moments of hard rock.

Track Listing
1. Intro Tag   10. Top Shelf (Anything U Want)
2. Don't Change (Feat. Myron Glasper & Dj D Sharp)   11. Is It The Skin I'm In ? (Feat Myron Glasper)
3. Hott 2 Deff (Feat. Chali Tuna & Joyo Velarde)   12. Homeland Security (Skit)
4. Differences (Feat. Joyo Velarde & B'nai)   13. Do U Buy It?
5. Cakewalk (Feat. Trackademics & Baby Jaymes)   14. Rules Were Meant To Be Broken
6. Shoe Hoes Anonymous (Skit)   15. Whispers (Feat. C-Holiday)
7. I'm A Phreak   16. I Can't Decide (Everywhere At Once) (Feat. Myron Glasper)
8. I Like It, I Love It   17. Re-Intro
9. The World Is Calling (Feat. Joyo Velarde)   18. Let Me In, Let Me Out (Remix)