A film about Northwest hip-hop from 2013
Seattle hip-hop blog 206UP picked this record as one of the “Top 10 Albums of 2013,” saying that:
Yirim Seck is an under-appreciated voice in Seattle rap. His Audio D’oeurves is a well-commissioned EP of eight tracks, a grip of which were produced by Australian Ta-Ku. The overarching theme here is forward movement, evident in the mid-tempo boom-bap and Yirim’s tireless proclamations on love for “the art” and the fairer sex. The rapper’s last proper release, Hear Me Out (2009), was the portrait of a working-class everyman with an MC skill set that outpaced most others. Audio D’oeurves is more of the same. It’s not shiny or groundbreaking, but you’d be hard-pressed to find an MC technician with as good a mic handle as Yirim Seck.
Audio D'oeurves was created in 2013 and features appearances from: