A film about Northwest hip-hop from 2009
Seattle hip-hop blog 206UP picked this record as one of the “Top 10 Albums of 2009,” saying that:
Easy to hate on and equally as easy to dance to, Glamour simultaneously represents all that is right and wrong with hip-hop. P Smoov and Rik Rude’s hipster musical stylings bring more folks into the 206’s glorious hip-hop sphere — and this is a good thing. The duo has virtually nothing of substance to say, however — and this is a bad thing. Doesn’t matter, though. The relevance of Fresh Espresso is firmly established in The Town, so soapbox bloggers like me can step the fuck off, I guess. Plus, P Smoov’s already prodigious talent and still-to-be realized potential is undeniable.