It began in early 2011 with a mutual Soundcloud respect and nods to each other’s skill and talent. That nod resulted in a collaboration, their first–the Keor Meteor produced and Cor Stidak penned roller, “Crown Chakra,” which appeared on the latter’s first album “Treatises of a Pendulum Slave.” The two joined forces again on Stidak‘s sophomore effort, “Past the Sun and Moon” and again crafted a slick underground classic, “Nothing To Seek.” The plan and intention had been, from that point, to build a complete project of well crafted music that would make their “peers proud but also to put an indelible stamp on this game” with their own original hip hop and unique focus.
From VA to Paris to the UK and straight to the soul, Cor Stidak, Keor Meteor and Pragmatic Theory offer “Widepsread Irregularity.” There are cameos by Virginia emcees El RaSun and Cordova on the tunes, “Pearls” and “Elixirs,” respectively. Stidak trades bars with two underground generals, New Jersey emcee Light and Slim Pickens from Boston on the wild-out “Triangle Choke.” And with a styled out nod to roaring ’20’s cool, the lovely and uber talented Alexandra Bautista makes you fall in love with her creamy yet edgy soul styling as she pairs with Stidak and Meteor on the polished, “Vermillion.” Clearly, the guys haven’t forgotten or neglected one of the essential hip hop elements–the DJ, as there is also some fine turntablism on display on a number of the cuts. SOURCE:
Album was produced by Keor Meteor with additional cuts by DJ Ivan6 – Written by Cor Stidak and respective collaborators – RenRok x Delight x Rasun The Sol Bruddha x Ali B x Slim Pickens x Light x Cordova.