Version 2.0 - To whom it may concern... REMIXED by J. Sumbi

TRACK LISTING


1. We are the freestyle fellowship.
2. My Fantasy
3. 7th Seal
4. Let's Start Over
5. Sunshine Men
6. Physical Form
7. 120 Seconds
8. We Will Not Tolerate
9. Dedications
10. It's On
11. Sike
12. 5 O'Clock Follies
13. Legal Alien
14. Convolutions
15. Jupiter's Journey
16. For No Reason
17. Here I Am
Considered by many to the be most influential west coast underground hip-hop album ever recorded, The Freestyle Fellowship's To whom it may concern… has long been slept on by the masses.

This remix album revisits that seminal recording, and J. Sumbi ("Sunshine Men") has managed to paint an even more impressive backdrop for these lyrical prophets of prose aided by the use of today's technology. Version 2.0 is set to be the perfect companion to the Freestyle Fellowship's first group recording in 8 years, Temptations.

Formed in the late summer of 1991, the Freestyle Fellowship humbly evolved in a creatively limited hip-hop music environment on the West Coast (Los Angeles). Nurtured by the Goodlife Cafe's open mic Thursdays, this band of emcees, producers, and griots went on to influence the entire hip-hop world (incl. The Pharcyde, Volume 10, Jurassic 5) with their first release.

The Freestyle Fellowship is Aceyalone (Accepted Eclectic, Book of Human Language), Mikah 9 (Timetable, Haiku d'Etat), P.E.A.C.E. (Southern Fried Chicken, Nike Commercials), Self Jupiter (Hard Hat Area), J. Sumbi (All In All; producer for Meen Green, Ganjah K, and the H.S.D.), and MD Himself (All In All).

To whom it may concern...
The first album from this legendary group!

TRACK LISTING


1. We are the freestyle fellowship.
2. My Fantasy
3. 7th Seal
4. Let's Start Over
5. Sunshine Men
6. Physical Form
7. 120 Seconds
8. We Will Not Tolerate
9. Dedications
10. It's On
11. Sike
12. 5 O'Clock Follies
13. Legal Alien
14. Convolutions
15. Jupiter's Journey
16. For No Reason
17. Here I Am
18. The Future?

THE freestyle fellowship's ground-breaking 1991 release, To whom it may concern..., is now available on re-mastered compact disc. Click here to purchase.

Comments from the media:


"Like Prince's infamous Black Album, Bob Dylan's Royal Albert Hall bootleg, and the Meters' trio of Josie LPs, L.A.'s Freestyle Fellowship's debut, To Whom It May Concern ..., falls into the category of albums oft raved about but rarely heard. Released on a small indie label in 1991, To Whom quickly vanished into the out-of-print dustbin, overshadowed by the Fellowship's better-known Inner City Griots (1993). Though there was a limited vinyl reprint, it took until last month for a CD version to appear. Now, hopefully, the album will be restored to its proper place as an unheralded underground classic."                                                    
--Oliver Wang

"The crew that started it all. This is their epic debut album which has been immaculately re-released in all its legendary glory."
--Atakworldwide


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