‘C’mon, feel the vibe from the rhythm as I break the devil’s ties
A feeling of good times, musical highs
Rhythm, harmony, soul skills and that put together
For the master plan is surely to attract
The people it take, the speakers to quake, the points to make
The A.D.O.R. posesses what it takes’
A.D.O.R. stands for Another Dimension of Rhythm or A Declaration Of A Revolution. A nickname he gave himself when growing an interest in Hip Hop and attending high school amongst Diddy, Heavy D and Pete Rock.
After this promising single Let It All hang Out in ’92, he released his debut album The Concrete on Atlantic in 1994. On the album are productions from K-Def, Marley Marl, Ski & Clark Kent, Trackmasters, Diamond D (CLASSIC!) and this one is obviously by Pete Rock, sampling The Gerald Wilson Orchestra‘s California Soul.