Two of Flatbush’s finest MCs, AK and Issa Dash, have dropped their sophomore project, Evermore: The Art of Duality. This album comes out after the hype built off of their debut album, Cellar Door: Terminus Ut Exordium, as well as the short EP they put out with fellow Beast Coast mates, Flatbush Zombies titled Clockwork Indigo.
The Underachievers are known for their lyrically conscious rap in which they promote a movement that has been gaining traction for the past couple of years. The Indigo Movement. Throughout all of their projects, Issa and AK have done nothing but spit bars about the purpose to life, good karma, as well as encouraging the youth to achieve what they want to achieve in life. This album is definitely their darkest LP to date but be that as it may, it is also their most introspective and inspiring. In this new project, the two touch on subjects pertaining to their drug use, their life before rap, growing up in New York, and their feeling of being called to be more than what they were.
You can’t help but praise how these two continue to push the Indigo Movement through their music even after four projects released. Their message has inspired others to join in on the movement with artists like Raury propelling it forward with through his music. These three relentlessly encourage their fans to join in on the Indigo movement through their music and lifestyles. Production on the LP was handled by Issa and AK themselves as well as Rene McLean, and Nick León. Listen to The Underachiever’s new sophomore effort, Evermore: The Art of Duality and tell us what you think in the comment section below!