Scienz of Life’s “Leviathan”


Last year, the prodigious John Robinson managed to drop three albums, collaborating with the likes of MF Doom, Carlos Nino and many others. But for Leviathan (Break The Spell), he’ll rejoin ID 4 Windz in his original group, Scienz of Life. The album drops June 4 on German hip hop imprint Project Mooncircle, with a U.S. release likely to follow.

Never one to mince words, Robinson describes the inspiration for Leviathan (Break The Spell) as this:

We are living in a time now where more than ever the truth is being concealed on many levels. Have you ever asked yourself why is Chris Brown and Rihanna getting more media coverage than the true details about the worlds falling economy? Or why when you turn on the news all you hear about is sex, wealth and death. Why do most rappers in the mainstream industry today feel as if they have to spread falsehoods in order to stay relevant? Or even why is it not possible for us to think outside of anything being a person place or a thing? If you are tired of legends, myths, fables and fairy tales and want the Facts beyond any doubt, then you must be ready to listen with an open heart and mind. Fear no longer Scienz of Life come to you as the Hip Hop Reformers of this day and time and are here to “BREAK THE SPELL OF LEVIATHAN” for it has entrapped your divine potentials and imprisoned your souls in ignorance for far too long. WAKE UP!

Here’s the track listing:

  • 1. “Leviathan (Intro)”
  • 2. “Break The Spell”
  • 3. “The Chip”
  • 4. “Touch Screen Queen”
  • 5. “Black Devils”
  • 6. “I Am King”
  • 7. “Identify Theft”
  • 8. “What Does It All Mean?”
  • 9. “Galactic B Boy!”
  • 10. “Big Headed Scientist”
  • 11. “Media Medicine”
  • 12. “Your Potential”
  • 13. “Oh! America”
  • 14. Bonus (Japan exclusive)
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One Response to Scienz of Life’s “Leviathan”

  1. Machiventa says:

    I just read about this on HHV’s myspace a little while ago. I’m all over this when it drops!!!!!!!!! SOL is so underrated it’s sick.

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