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RnB 10/11/2005

AUTOLECT: Eclectic Hip Hop album 'Every Mans Universe'

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LOS ANGELES (Required Press Inc.) - The self-professed 'Native Tongue Baby' is a rare artist who produces and writes his own material. Resembling his counterparts Mf Doom and Madlib. Autolect maintains the conscious line of hip-hop, with a more lyrically 'heady' touch. 'Every Mans Universe' is Autolect's official debut. With 12 tracks and 3 skits, 'Every Mans Universe' has thoughtful lyrics and a Down tempo Nu-Jazz/Broken Beat combination.

'Every Mans Universe' searches for the 'LOVECHILD' in everyone. That mature, fine music collector, whether online or buried in a book. That deep-rooted mentality, educated, enlightened, inspired, eclectic and forward thinking. Songs like, 'Gravity,' and 'Levitate,' will be right up the alleys of those that like 'underground hip-hop.

As "usephasan" from 1995-2003, Autolect worked with producers Dj Shadow, Ralph M, Fanatik, Amani K. Smith and Pomo of Blend Crafters.
Audio File Preview: 'Gravity' https://www.therequiredlabel.com/






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