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Southside Looking In

Southside Looking In

Released 19 June 2014

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced/Mixed by Mike the Martyr for Lake Street Store Productions

All Scratches by DJ Just Nine

Mastered by Dillon Parker for Stophouse Studios

Artwork by Ricardo Levins Morales for RicardoLevinsMoralesArtStudio.com

All Rights Reserved 2014

1. Reality Check

“Reality Check”

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced by Mike the Martyr

2. Cedar Ave

“Cedar Ave”

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced by Mike the Martyr

Scratches by DJ Just Nine

Lyrics –

3. The Account w/ Mike the Martyr

“The Account” Written by Manny Phesto & Mike the Martyr Produced by Mike the Martyr

4. Rooftops Interlude

Manny Phesto – Rooftops Interlude

5. Eternity in the Cities

“Eternity in the Cities” Written by Manny Phesto Produced by Mike the Martyr Scratches by DJ Just Nine Lyrics –

6. Standards w/ Metasota

“Standards”

Written by Manny Phesto &  Metasota

Produced by Mike the Martyr

Scratches by DJ Just Nine

7. Hi Lake w/ Axel Foley

“Hi-Lake”

Written by Manny Phesto &  Axel Foley

Produced by Mike the Martyr

8. Goodnight Moon (Interlude)

Goodnight Moon (Interlude)

9. Full Scope w/ Akrite

“Full Scope”

Written by Manny Phesto & Akrite

Produced by Mike the Martyr

Scratches by DJ Just Nine

10. To the Sea

“To the Sea”

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced by Mike the Martyr

11. Rabbit Hole w/ Greg Grease

“Rabbit Hole”

Written by Manny Phesto & Greg Grease

Produced by Mike the Martyr

12. Fork in the Road

“Fork in the Road”

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced by Mike the Martyr

Scratches by DJ Just Nine

13. Rigamarole

“Rigamarole”

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced by Mike the Martyr

14. Before the Storm

“Before the Storm”

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced by Mike the Martyr

Lyrics –

15. Outro

“Outro”

Written by Manny Phesto

Produced by Mike the Martyr

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What the Critics are Saying about Southside Looking In
This is a deeply personal album that doesn't drown in melodrama or angst, as well as a deeply political album that never once feels like what we think of when we think of ``political hip hop.`` For lack of a better term, this is REAL. No gimmicks, no trend-chasing-- just a young MC who actually has something to say being bold, honest and vulnerable.
MN Daily Planet
Manny's slickly understated and socially aware bars are among the best offerings the local scene has seen yet.
City Pages