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EVIDENCE Weather or Not LP Blue Vinyl NEW 2018

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Cat no. 0826257025012

LP 1
The Factory

Throw It All Away

Powder Cocaine (feat. Slug & Catero)

Jim Dean

Weather or Not

Moving Too Fast (feat. Catero)

Runners (feat. Defari)

Bad Publicity (feat. Krondon)

LP 2
Rain Drops

Sell Me This Pen (feat. Alchemist & Mach Hommy)

Love Is A Funny Thing (feat. Styles P, Rapsody & Khrysis)

10,000 Hours

What I Need

To Make A Long Story Longer (feat. Jonwayne)

Wonderful World (feat. Rakaa)

By My Side Too

The people’s voice of Venice Beach, Evidence, has returned to deliver his third solo album, Weather Or Not. Since the Grammy Award-winning artist’s last solo release, Cats & Dogs, he’s delivered some remarkable group projects, including Step Brothers’ Lord Steppington with close ally Alchemist, and Directors of Photography with seminal supergroup Dilated Peoples. He’s also immersed himself into his studio, producing beats for a wide range of artists that includes Vince Staples, Fashawn, Roc Marciano, Madchild, Defari and more. By now, it should be clear the seasoned veteran has no plans of slowing, and no hopes of satiating his hunger. Weather or Not represents the fourth and final chapter in Ev’s Weatherman series before beginning the next saga, but this chapter will be remembered as the finest. The album features an all-star lineup of guests and friends, including Slug (Atmosphere), Rakaa (Dilated Peoples), Alchemist, Styles P, Rapsody, Jonwayne, Defari, Krondon, Khrysis, Mach Hommy and Catero. While Evidence holds his own on the boards, he’s also tapped a stellar cast of producers to share duties with, including Alchemist, DJ Premier, Nottz, DJ Babu, Twiz The Beat Pro, Sam I Yam and Budgie. As Evidence modestly suggests, quoting a MC Lyte classic, this new album is even “better than before, as if that was possible.”