Stereotypes - Lego

Posted 5 years ago
Tags: Jon MCXRO , Club
Producer:
The Stereotypes
Album:
None

Once upon a time, before movie-licensed model kits and computer-controlled robot gadgets drained most of the creativity from the enterprise, the Lego brand was all about versatility; the same colored blocks could be assembled into a house, a car, a rocket, a handful of shrapnel to throw at irritating siblings… you get the picture. Previously heard lending their production talents to the Far East Movement‘s Rocketeer, The Stereotypes showcase a similarly protean quality on this new cut, temporarily leaving behind their beat-crew form to snap together as a full-fledged solo act. Tortured analogies aside, Jon Street, RayRo, Three, and JermBeats prove perfectly able to get bodies moving on the solo tip; over their own stark synth-percussion boardwork, the ‘types spit a simple but engaging brand of game, chronicling their attempts to track down a few fine females before the club closes. These gentlemen clearly know how to show a girl (or four) a good time, but have they succeeded in keeping you entertained? If so, be sure and let ‘em know; though a Stereotypes solo project has yet to be announced, some glowing feedback could very well change that.

Jon MCXRO Club

Written by
Posted 5 years ago
Get The PLUG app by DJBooth and get the best hip-hop writing and news delivered daily.

More from Jon MCXRO

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Lyor Cohen Leaves 300 For YouTube, YouTube is Clueless

The veteran record executive is street smart, but how will that play in the tech world? Read More
Posted 10 hours ago by Bob Lefsetz

Holy Sh*t You Need to Hear Jidenna Freestyle on Funkmaster Flex

We had no idea the "Classic Man" singer was this nice. Read More
Posted 10 hours ago by Brent Bradley

J Dilla’s Legacy is an Example of Artist Celebration Done Right

Never has J Dilla’s legacy felt sullied by greed, drama, or any other pitfalls found in other artists’ careers post-mortem. Read More
Posted 10 hours ago by Brent Bradley

3-on-3: Kid Cudi “Passion, Pain & Demon Slayin’”

Three questions, three opinions. Read More
Posted about 12 hours ago by DJ Z

Don’t Get Your Hopes Up, But an André 3000 Comeback Seems Imminent

The original ATLien is showing all the signs of a full-fledged leap back into music. Read More
Posted 12 hours ago by Brent Bradley
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.