“Perhaps whats most interesting is that Lexodus identifies themselves as God in this song and has all intentions of taking charge, answering questions and deciding who is worthy of heaven.”
Lexodus list themselves as an alternative hip hop band, and that’s the operative word, band. Which is what gives them that special flavour, as anyone can testify to after hearing the 505th hip hop act with the same programmed beats that are meant to be hard hitting and aren’t.
Lexodus are also a lot into space. We interviewed them a little while back and they were bigging up the universe, and well you know the universe needs a little help every now and then so it’s good that someone’s up for it.
A musical playfulness that it’s rare to find in a hip hop band that look to become as relevant as this one does
Confession is a track about confession. Are you listening, are you listening to the lesson? Lexodus come over as passionate young men who have something to impart and are determined that you stop and listen. While also placing that tender message into the skull of live instrumentation and a musical playfulness that it’s rare to find in a hip hop band that look to become as relevant as this one does.
Frontman Lex plays the part as well as anyone, delivering well thought out and tightly syncopated rhymes that become the machine gun that cuts you down after the gently suggestive but insistent keyboard hook has had its way with you.