When John Reuben recently completed work on his latest studio project, Gotee Records got a bit more than it bargained for-double, actually.
The first contained Reuben's already well-known incisive rapping and witty songwriting, full of fun and good humor. And he figured that's what Toby Mac & Co. would release-after all, the other album was, in his words, "a side project."
The side project dove deeper into the experimental side of John: Dark. Challenging. Deadly serious. Introspective. Raw. Unsettling. Political. Wickedly satirical.
"The difference is that, for the firs... read more.