The Southdown – Chronicles The EP is and was one of the lesser known releases from the No Limit Forever label which hardly received any attention online or offline. The album was a combined mixture of rock and pop. Think pop rock with an alternative feeling. Here their songs contains elements of hard rock, post-grunge, and progressive rock while maintaining the straight-forward melodicism of traditional pop songcraft. Their 2012 EP was released as a digital EP in AAC format.
The alternative rock band out of New Orleans was the first rock band to be signed to the No Limit Forever label. This was Romeo’s and Master P’s attempts to add diversity to the label.
I Found My Soul is about finding your place and life and living through the struggle. Living the life of all that pain.
I found my soul not long ago. And you were there to let me know and you hold my hand. I’m not scared at all because I found my soul not too long ago. I lived the life of guilt and shame. l’ve lived the life of all that pain. I’ve lived the life of doing drugs. l’ve lived the life of fighting thugs. But now I’m through and I’ve turned to you.
I found my soul not too long ago. I lived the life when I was hurt from doing drugs down in the dirt. But now I’m through and I’ve turned to you. I am so glad that all that’s over. I’m so proud I’m clean and sober. Now I see this, and I’m walking your way. Most other times I now that I would cry. Most of the time I now would die if I kept it up, If I kept it up.
The band went in a bold, new direction when it collaborated with rapper and labelmate Co-Ruff on the synth-driven “Beast Inside,” a hip-hop rock jam that soon got exposure on ESPN via college basketball programs. The hit record “The Beast Inside” was written by Co-Ruff for the band SouthDown. He co-wrote the song.
I rate this EP 5/5*****!!