Produced by Tonedeff, with a progressive use of synths and sampled industrial machinery to illustrate society’s increasing reliance on technology which is seemingly leading down a road to the loss of our humanity.
And since 4/20 is winding down (technically it’s already over) the good folks at QN5 decided to blast out an appropriate cut (also produced by Tonedeff) off SOS‘ previous EP, The Pre-Op. Hit the jump for the single artwork of Bionic as well as the album art for the album…
The single cover was designed by UK designer, Allan Corbett of Thetwoofhearts.com and features a clever blend of the double-helix DNA with microchip circuitry.
It’s no surprise…Hip-Hop is in a state of emergency, and when help is needed, the response is just three letters – S.O.S. There are few lyricists who possess the kind of fire that this Florida native holds. With a mic chord plugged directly into his heart, Mr. SOS has been an underground force, whose critical acclaim has pushed him further into the mainstream. His debut album How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb will bring this established mic controller to his deserved spot in Hip-Hop royalty…and he’s just getting started.