TiRon & Ayomari, A Sucker for Pumps (COLOR)

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    A1 Jack Kerouac

    A2 Her Theme Song Featuring – Jeremih

    A3 M.F.G.

    A4 If I Had You Featuring – D.R.U.G.S., Thundercat

    B1 All My Love Featuring – Elizabeth "Yummy" Bingham

    B2 The Neighbors

    B3 Perfect Featuring – Captain Is Cool

    B4 No Wonder

    C1 Thing Go Right

    C2 I'd Rather

    C3 You Got It Featuring – Iman Omari

    C4 Lot On Your Mind Featuring – Beatnich Generation

    D1 Dénouement Featuring – Dream Hampton

    D2 Fin

    D3 No Filter

    D4 My Supernova


    The Cafeteria Line & Fat Beats present TiRon & Ayomari - A Sucker For Pumps. A Sucker For Pumps is TiRon & Ayomari’s critically acclaimed 2011 debut album. The album was originally released independently by The Cafeteria Line and features Jeremih, Yummy Bingham, Thundercat, Dream Hampton, Nonchalant Savant, SiR & Anderson .Paak.

    iRon and Ayomari are part of a California rap crew named The Cafeteria Line, who have put out a slew of solid releases over the course of the last few years on their Bandcamp page. TiRon has both Ketchup and Mustard to his credit, while Ayomari has The PB&J Solution. Both have appeared on each others' work, and almost every time those songs were the highlights of the album. So a collaborative effort from just these two members of the crew makes complete sense. And the fact that it would turn out to be something special shouldn't have been a surprise either, but even I was unprepared for just how good of an album these two managed to make together.

    Making a concept album on the nature of relationships, either dissolving or thriving, is not a new thing. However, what makes this album (a hip-hop album, no less) unique is that it's written by two men, yet it has a viewpoint that is told in equal parts from the male and female perspective. In fact, it could be argued that it leans more on the female perspective side of things throughout. Making something like that sound honest, as well as making sure it never borders on schmaltz, is a tricky task to pull off. Thankfully TiRon and Ayomari make it work with excellent lyrics throughout, with the help of some great production to back them up.