Friday, May 31, 2013

Kairos Reviews
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Kairos Reviews

This will be updated with reviews from Kairos as we get them in. If you'd like to review the album, contact us.

September 25, 2013 - Rapzilla.com 10 Under The Radar Albums of 2013
By bearing his all on every track, this veteran emcee presents a prolonged 79-minute moment filled with pain, persistence, confusion, clarity and Christ's redemption dripping from every bar.

May 20, 2013 - tonnishaenglish.wordpress.com
Armond is a very dynamic artist and unlike anything I have ever heard before. If you have a love for poetry, rap, and the Gospel you will definitely appreciate this album.

May 27, 2013 - Amped Sounds Magazine
It’s a view of the world through the eyes of a prolific emcee who continues to evolve, one compelling bar at a time. This is definitely a “must-have”

May 29, 2013 - Chican's Choice
Overall, this is a classic album! There are great features and it didn’t even feel like a long listen. I feel that comes from the deep range of life that Armond goes over through the process of his “kairos“.

June 10, 2013 - Wade-O Radio
(Armond) shares perspectives that you simply don't hear too often, or get completely passed by. Overall, Kairos challenges, encourages and edifies the listener

June 13, 2013 - DaSouth.com
"Kairos" is an album chock full of the highest quality of musical creations and lyrical displays of wisdom and agility. But there's much more going on here than "just" great music. This is a deliberate album. You will have flashbacks on your past year identifying and digesting your own kairos moments when they are defined as the album goes on. "Kairos" is an album that has huge potential for life change outside of the headphones.

July 8, 2013 - New Release Tuesday.com
How can an emcee have so much in one album? There is definitely some riding music, but it is one that will require several listens. With each listen, more and more will be gained. The Kairos album will have you looking at your life, your relationship with God and your destiny. How many albums actually do that?

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