The Growth album by Tee Double stands out as being a more Jazz oriented album than a Hip Hop/Rap album. Tee Double is known for using Jazz samples and Jazz sounds throughout in his music. Take Lost Scriptures, Mirage, The Jazz sound is more prevalent on The Growth album than on any other of Tee Double’s albums. Think Jazz rap in this case. That’s how The Growth album stands out more than any of Tee Double’s albums. The Growth represents Tee Double’s growth as an artist, lyricist, producer, and emcee.
Tee Double brings us into throwback mode with Bringing It Back. Tee Double brings us to the old school rap technique of simple backpack rap with simple raps. The drums and beats are similar to a Jazz drum kit with a new school modern pop sound. The drums are sped to an upbeat mode. Bringing It Back was featured on the hit television series Breaking Bad.
The song The Growth represents Tee Double’s growth as an artist, lyricist, producer, arranger, and emcee. The Growth uses a jazz sample of course. No matter what happens in the world, Tee Double just keeps on improving with his lyrics and production.
Natural Phlow is an organic all original rap song performed by Tee Double himself and features no guest artists.
Feel The Vibe has an upbeat funky live sound and vibe backed by a funky guitar. Not surprising since this song is a live recording. This song appeared on his 2004 album The Lone Star LP. Boombox ATX is the band that performs on Feel The Vibe.
Tee Double practices his vocal laps on the track Vocal Laps. Rap meets Jazz on Vocal Laps. Think Jazz Rap. The raps are perfect and on point not to mention relevant to the track. No matter what happens in the world, Tee Double just keeps on improving with his lyricism. That’s why he keeps running and doing vocals.
I rate this album 5/5*****!