27 April 2015
It’s somewhat difficult to sum Butter Fly up in few words, but, for lack of a better phrase, weird is wonderful. It’s hip-hop, it’s a story, and it’s stepping into the unknown. The combined effort of Lee Scott and Dirty Dike is a perfect example of how and why the MC/DJ formula works so well. To actively seek fault in it would be illogical, but arguably this album won’t be for those first venturing into the genre. The overall sound is too advanced and the traditional rules have been broken. For seasoned rap fans however, it should certainly be on the radar. This is butter melted to perfection.
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