“Adapting their life philosophy “Everything is Physics”, the two MCs let a natural flow take over in the making of this album and simply did what felt right to them. This is their general approach to music, and the listener can easily get a sense of it, listening to their soulful sounds and genuine lyrics. With one of their biggest musical inspirations being the Soulquarians, you can imagine where MC² fits in, sonically.”
MC² combines the classic sounds of Boom-Bap Hip Hop, with the smooth vibes of Soul, Jazz, Blues, and Alternative music. There's no pin point for a group such as MC², the dynamics their sound are constantly transitioning towards new melodies and heights.
“MC² is duo made up of emcees Louis “LQ” Iverson and Keith “Smeazy” Passmore who are students of the game. They deliver a soulful, groovy love laden jam titled “No Substitute” that pays homage to their respective significant others from different perspective. The visuals is pretty vivid, it showcases the 2 emcees playing geeky characters that try to catch the attention of a certain female in their class and its nothing but fun all the way.”
“Honestly! Who can resist this one? The lyrical-ambition and execution of MC² is off-the-charts good. For those out there looking for a Hip-Hop cut that delivers on sentiment and keeps it as sweet in the flow as it comes across in the melody, “No Substitute” is the track you’re looking for. Not only are the verses and bars from MC² incredibly complex when you listen to the words and get right into what they’re saying – but to hear how amazingly smooth their entire vibe remains while they’re doing the equivalent of verbal gymnastics is more than impressive. You’ll hear what I’m talking about…the effort in the writing & work in rehearsals have all paid off…this gem comes out flawlessly cut.”
“ MC² walks now on the path that crews like A Tribe Called Quest once carved out…that same path that other emcees & talented crews like Jurassic 5 and Common continued on…and now here we are with a new generation, ready to roll.”