Sylvan LaCue takes inspiration from the soulful poet, Gil Scott-Heron, in his single "Televised". The emcee's self-produced song is a social commentary of the civil unrest felt across the nation today as it once did when Gil Scott-Heron's "The Revolution will not be televised!" began to propagate throughout history. The soothing voice of Rayana Jay is the hope that consoles the bombastic, jazz-hiphop single that is "Televised".
Mr. Motor Mouth, Rowtch, spews grimy lyrics in his record "At A RedLight". Rowtch loses all ability to control inhibitions as he spazzes over producer Taylor King's instrumental, taking breaks between bars to breathe.