The Unspeakable Chilly Gonzales, the 9 track special by classically trained pianist and rapper Chilly Gonzales, is intertwined intelligently with the Gonzo's clever raps and impressive solos where he grinds away on the piano. Most well-known as a producer and collaborating with such artists as Peach, Jamie Lidell and Feist, this time he's chosen to take hold of the spotlight. And here, he lays down the most entertaining, and at times, comical tracks that shine a light on the narrative stories etched in his notebook. The end result will leave you shaking with anticipation of what's to come. The record is being hailed as the world's first all-orchestral rap album. Having an orchestral style is one of the most amazing draws of the album. When listening to it in it's entirety, listeners can picture themselves at Carnegie Hall attending a delicate recital, which is pleasing to classical music enthusiasts; however, instead of a sharply dressed man with slick gelled hair, there is a man named Chilly. He is presumably dressed in the usual hip hop attire, possibly even with a gold chain to boot. The record is nevertheless rewarding and vastly different from other mainstream rap albums. Gonzales, aka Jason Beck, worked with his brother Christophe Beck, who is a Hollywood film composer, for much of the arrangements.
Party in my mind
Different kind of prostitute
Who want to hear this?
Shut up and play the piano
Different kind of prostitute (instrumental)
Self portrait (instrumental)
Who want to hear this? (instrumental)
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