Humboldt County hip-hop duo, Potluck, have titled their new studio album "Rhymes & Resin," which is slated for spring release through Suburban Noize. The album title was chosen as the winner of the group’s contest to have fans name their new studio album.
"We truly have some of the best fans in the world. When we announced this contest our Facebook page got flooded with suggestions from fans on what to title our new album," commented 1 Ton."It was a tough decision because there were a lot of great ideas but we ended up going with 'Rhymes & Resin' as it best represented us. Special thanks to Adam Steele from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia for coming up with the title."
"This album is the best work we've ever done. It has a little bit of everything on it, including songs about life, love, and of course mary jane. There is something for everybody on this album. We are just two people sharing what we've seen and been through," commented Underrated. "Our records are like diaries; all you have to do is listen and you'll learn about our life. We hit on so many emotions and vibes on this record its crazy!"
Potluck’s grinding blue collar work ethic, unwavering perseverance, and grassroots campaign to build a fanbase is one of the most impressive stories in hip-hop. The group has spent the last four years on the road consistently performing for hip-hop diehards all across the globe on tours with Tech N9ne, La Coka Nostra and a recent 40-date tour as direct support to platinum rappers D12. Now with the release "Rhymes & Resin", Potluck are primed and ready to go from the Marijuana Fields of Humboldt straight into the mainstream.
Potluck will be touring throughout March and April on the Strange Noize Tour 2011 alongside Johnny Richter, Krizz Kaliko, Saigon, Kutt Calhoun, and J Hornay.