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Album Review: ADH, ‘ADH Unplugged’

Posted: November 17th, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Albums, Independent, Reviews | Tags: , | No Comments »

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ADH Unplugged is a 12-track acoustic album from a live performance in New Brunswick. ADH currently resides in New Jersey, but hails from Brooklyn, NY where he grew up listening to rappers like Jay-Z and the Notorious B.I.G.

From his cadence to his poetic nature over the electric instrumentation, it didn’t take long for me to grow fond of this introspective artist. ADH’s music is a mirror of his motto (and song) “2LV,” which stands for live, laugh, vibe. The high-energy project will make you feel like you’re a fan in the room watching ADH’s performance as he interacts candidly with the crowd.

One of my favorite tracks on the album is “The Difference,” where ADH talks about love, the struggles in a relationship, and deciding when to let go. I give kudos to any artist that has a band, singers, and can maintain strong audience interaction. I mean, who doesn’t like live music?

Artist like ADH provide experiences with their music and are typically the ones that see longevity in their careers. Though I can’t say ADH has been in the hip-hop scene for long, it appears he is on the right path and plans to be around for a while. ADH Unplugged is a perfect blend of sounds as ADH’s and guest vocals weave in and out of each song. This is definitely a unique release by this independent artist. ADH Unplugged is available on iTunes now.

Essential tracks:


“The Difference”

“Self Thoughts”

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