May The Lord Watch: Little Brother Release First New Album After 9 Years
American hip-hop group has finally made their comeback with their latest album titled May The Lord Watch
Little Brother — an American hip hop group belonging to Durgan, North Carolina — has finally made their comeback with their first album titled May The Lord Watch. The popular rap group has released their latest album May The Lord Watch after a gap of more than nine years. Yes, the band disbanded in 2010 after releasing their last album titled LeftBack.
Talking about the rap group Little Brother, it is an American hip hop group that consists of rappers namely Phonte and Big Pooh and DJ/producer 9th Wonder. According to reports, the group produced four acclaimed studio albums and six mixtapes during their first nine-year existence. The group reunited for a performance last year at Durham, North Carolina’s Art of Cool Festival.
Watch Little Brother’s new album May The Lord Watch below:
You should know that Little Brother is one of the most popular rap group in the United States. Earlier this year, one of the group members, Phonte told DJBooth, “After conversations with 9th Wonder following our Art of Cool reunion show in Durham last year, the three of us mutually agreed it was best for LB to continue as a duo, as Pooh and I have officially been Little Brother since 2007.”
Giving details about their latest album May The Lord watch, Little Brothers has conducted a press conference in which Phonte explained, “[The album title] is taken from a closing prayer most commonly heard at the end of church services or funerals: ‘May the Lord watch between you and me, while we’re absent, one from another.’”
He continued, “To me, it symbolizes the way in which me and Pooh’s brotherhood has matured and evolved over the years. We’ve always made music together, but the creation of this record was the first time we really took care of each other and had each other’s backs at every turn.”