Riding the success of his recent single Time Will Fly, lyricist Rhyme Scheme brings us his latest project “All Black”. If you’ve been paying attention to the underground scene then you have likely heard of Rhyme Scheme. Hailing from Detroit, Michigan the lyricist always works to provide messages that from his many experiences growing up in the inner-city. Rhyme Scheme’s musical vision is on full display throughout All Black and it is clear from the Jay Kasai assisted intro track that real hip hop isn’t dead. Time Will Fly finds the MC delivering gritty bars with D.I.V and Revolver over a hard hitting sampled track. Four Letters is one of the smoothest tracks on the record and perfect for cruising to this summer. The title track All Black is one of the many highlights on the project which features Rhyme Scheme delivering some of his most potent bars of the project. Rhyme Scheme’s vision and experience is on full showcase throughout the Jazz inspired track. Rhyme Scheme’s delivery is very fluid over The World Today featuring Camila. You Came Alone and Do or Die feature Rhyme Scheme really schooling listeners and providing them with a golden age hip hop experience. The closing track Summer Time is very reminiscent and reflectful. The sample is smooth and it serves as the perfect track to close out the project especially this season. Anyone who is a fan of real hip hop should give All Black by Rhyme Scheme a listen. Rhyme Scheme speaks truth invoking thought, awareness, personal responsibility and when necessary, war. Stay tuned as Rhyme Scheme is always in the studio working on new material and his sound.