Light At The End Of The Tunnel, The  - Hyjak

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Hyjak - Light At The End Of The Tunnel, The Hyjak has returned with his first solo studio album since 2009, feeling the pressure of having to stand on his own two feet as a solo artist he returns more focused and lyrically articulate than ever! “The Light at the End of the Tunnel” is a roller coaster ride of emotions with lyrics painting pictures to make the listener feel the pain and triumph as Hyjak relives past experiences through his music. From the first few seconds of the intro Hyjak lays his cards on the table and it becomes evident he  is dissecting his own faults to make himself a stronger mc. This is not just another album, it is Hyjak’s most honest autobiographical releases to date. With production from various producers such as Ciecmate (Broken Tooth Entertainment), Pokerbeat (Germany) and Jolistics (Tzu) this release also proves to be his most musically diverse releases to date. Also featuring a wide range of guest m.c’s such as P. Smurf (Daily Meds), Hau (Koolism) and Brooklyn native Rock from Heltah Skeltah (Bootc
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Hyjak has returned with his first solo studio album since 2009, feeling the pressure of having to stand on his own two feet as a solo artist he returns more focused and lyrically articulate than ever!

“The Light at the End of the Tunnel” is a roller coaster ride of emotions with lyrics painting pictures to make the listener feel the pain and triumph as Hyjak relives past experiences through his music. From the first few seconds of the intro Hyjak lays his cards on the table and it becomes evident he  is dissecting his own faults to make himself a stronger mc. This is not just another album, it is Hyjak’s most honest autobiographical releases to date.

With production from various producers such as Ciecmate (Broken Tooth Entertainment), Pokerbeat (Germany) and Jolistics (Tzu) this release also proves to be his most musically diverse releases to date. Also featuring a wide range of guest m.c’s such as P. Smurf (Daily Meds), Hau (Koolism) and Brooklyn native Rock from Heltah Skeltah (Bootcamp Click) -  it becomes evident this is a heavyweight release. With so many releases coming out from laptops in bedrooms,  Hyjak wanted to give his fans an album that stands out from the rest.

This LP was carefully engineered and crafted on a large format console using nothing but world class analogue and digital gear creating a sound that proves to be timele

Track Listing

Disc 1:

  1. Intro
  2. Here it is
  3. Is Anyone Home - Feat. Blake Galera Hollaris
  4. All I Need
  5. Listen Up - Feat. Hau
  6. No Ones Perfect
  7. Its Goin DSown Tonight - Feat. P. Smurf
  8. Basiks Song
  9. The Light at the End of the Tunnel
  10. Sleep When Dead - Feat. Sarsha Simone
  11. After a Couple Rounds
  12. When We Roll Through - Feat. Rock of Heltah Skeltah
  13. Where Can I Go
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Hyjak is back!

Ercher on 24.10.2013

Hyjak is back, it's been a while since he's released something. This release is mint, a great selection of tracks and beats that make ya head nod.

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