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Kero One's Color Theory: A Jazzy Hip-Hop Album You Can Download Now ##VERIFIED##



Kero One's Color Theory: A Jazzy Hip-Hop Album You Can Download Now




If you are a fan of jazzy hip-hop, you might want to check out Kero One's Color Theory, a 2012 album that showcases his smooth production and positive rhymes. Kero One is a Korean-American rapper and producer from Los Angeles, who has been making music since 2003. He is influenced by artists like A Tribe Called Quest, Nujabes, and DJ Premier.




Kero One's Color Theory: A Jazzy Hip-Hop Album You Can Download Now


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Color Theory is his fourth studio album, and it features guest appearances from Dumbfoundead, Shing02, Jeni Suk, and more. The album covers topics like love, hate, life, death, and fatherhood, with a blend of soulful beats and catchy hooks. You can listen to some of the tracks on his Bandcamp page[^1^], where you can also buy the digital album for $12 USD or more. If you want a physical copy, you can get a hard cover book with CD and digital download for $20 USD or more.


If you are looking for a free download of the album in rar format, you might have a hard time finding it online. However, you can try some of the links below that claim to offer the album in FLAC or 320 kbps quality[^2^] [^3^]. Be careful though, as some of these links might be unsafe or contain viruses. We recommend that you support the artist by purchasing his music legally.


Kero One is one of the most talented and underrated artists in the hip-hop scene today. His music is refreshing, uplifting, and original. If you like Color Theory, you might also enjoy his other albums like Windmills of the Soul, Early Believers, and Kinetic World. You can follow him on Twitter (@keroone) or Facebook (Kero One) to stay updated on his latest projects.


Color Theory has received positive reviews from critics and fans alike, who praised Kero One's musical diversity and lyrical skills. AllMusic gave the album four out of five stars, calling it "a solid set of jazzy hip-hop that showcases Kero One's talents as both a rapper and a producer"[^1^]. Amazon customers also rated the album highly, with an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars[^2^]. One reviewer wrote: "Color Theory feels a bit 'darker' than his previous album (Kinetic World, which was pretty upbeat overall), but it's nonetheless a chill album to have if you're a fan of Kero One or just looking for some good music to vibe to"[^3^].


Some of the standout tracks on Color Theory include "What Am I Supposed to Do?", a soulful song about finding one's purpose in life; "In Time", a catchy collaboration with Clara C and Dumbfoundead about overcoming obstacles; "To the Top", an uplifting anthem with Jane Lui about reaching for one's dreams; "The Last Train", a nostalgic track with Shing02 about reminiscing on the past; and "Father", a heartfelt tribute to Kero One's dad with Suhn. The album also features some instrumental tracks like "Return of Kinetic" and "Whiplash" that showcase Kero One's skills on the keyboards and turntables.


Color Theory is a must-have for any hip-hop lover who appreciates quality music with substance and style. Kero One has proven himself to be one of the most consistent and creative artists in the genre, and his latest album is no exception. You can download Color Theory now from his Bandcamp page or other online platforms, or get a physical copy from his website or Amazon. You won't regret it. 04f6b60f66


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