The Sex Positive hip hop album you didn't know you were waiting for.
Like many revolutionary acts, it started with a ridiculous idea. See More’s brother, producer Nye, made a folder full of beats sampling 1970’s pornos and suggested that See More write dirty sex raps over them.
And with that, See More Perspective, best known for his upbeat, positive, politically-and-culturally-conscious classicist hip hop, knew what he had to do.
Mixing the offbeat irreverence of the original concept with his own progressive, inclusive, sex-positive philosophy, See More crafted a subversive concept album that is equal parts funky, funny and feminist, tackling serious issues and concepts like consent, safe sex, and objectification with a sharp wit, unrelenting humanity, and one of the most agile tongues in the Twin Cities hip hop scene… so to speak.
SEX TAPE also features sex educators and activists like Alicia Steele and Kaoz shedding light on the issues, blending seamlessly into the 20 minute flow of boom bap instrumentals (provided by Nye), scratches (provided by Ganzobean), and See More himself-- still one of the most insightful, underrated, and unique voices in indie hip hop.
The album’s dedication is telling: “This is dedicated to my niece and everyone who finds sex in the media at a young age without any parallel education.” SEX TAPE would be a unique accomplishment even if it were nothing more than a sex-positive rap project, but it ends up being much more than the sum of its parts. This is about how art can integrate education and entertainment, how hip hop can be a space to open ourselves up and have real conversations about real issues, and how we can understand sex --and love-- in ways that acknowledge and celebrate our humanity, both individually and collectively.
released June 16, 2015
Beats Produced by Nye
Scratches by Ganzobean
Artwork by Kahlil Brewington
Mastered at Lo/Ro Sound, Chicago
Written, performed, recorded and mixed by SEE MORE PERSPECTIVE
Guests appear courtesy of they own life decisions
This is dedicated to my niece and everyone who finds sex in the media at a young age without any parallel education.
Special Thanks to: Sarah Napoli-Rangel, Aquil Charlton, Kahlil Brewington, Justin Dawson and Guante for helping me make sense of this concept. To Alicia Steele and Kaoz for being such thoughtful and gracious guest speakers. To Daniel Rangel, who pushed me with a concept that challenged me to SEE MORE PERSPECTIVE.
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