From Detroit to Chicago, Apollo Brown and Philmore Greene have teamed up for a new album, Cost of Living.
What are the consequences of living in this f*cked up world? Greene and Brown waste no time breaking down this question with unequivocal clarity. It’s an inquiry that looms at the core of their elegiac and existential soundtrack to modern inner city life. How can one escape the systemic traps that have ensnared generations since time immemorial? What does it mean to make the right choices? And if you emerge from the chaos to live a beautiful life, how do you overcome the survivor’s guilt and lingering trauma?
Over the course of 15 tracks, which includes “Paradise” with Evidence, Apollo provides a perfect canvas for PG to share his experience of growing up on the westside of Chicago – where he saw his first dead body in his early teens (“This Is Me”), where he lost his brother to street violence only a few years later, and where he turned to the booth as a refuge and way to share his hard-fought wisdom.
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