Aesop Rock is back again with some great music. Aesop Rock has recently released his latest project titled, The Impossible Kid. This is his first release in four years. The last project he released was Skelethon in 2012. He’s back with some new music, and that’s always a good thing. Aesop has consistently produced great music for over 20 years.
Take a second and fully observe this cover art. It’s a cool piece of art. The Impossible Kid is Aesop’s second album on Rhymsayers. Just like with Skelethon, Aesop produced The Impossible Kid himself.
Aesop is known for his incredible lyrical skill. With this new album, he elevated his skill yet again to another level. His lyrics give you an insight to his scarred mind. This album gives us an insight to the mind of the master. Aesop speaks about his strained family relationships, mental health issues and reaching middle-age. The song “Blood Sandwich” talks on Aesop’s relationship with his two brothers and how they have grown apart over the years. That song is one of my favorites on the album. On “Lotta Years,” he ponders getting older. He mentions the changes in youth culture the last two decades.
You can stream this album above. The Impossible Kid is another great Aesop Rock album to add to your collection. The Underground Hip-Hop King continues to produce gold, and I don’t think that will ever change.