Kyle Hubbard | Tea Time With Alice

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Tea Time With Alice

by Kyle Hubbard

Kyle Hubbard presents an alternative hip hop style that stresses strength in lyrics but in a presentation accessible enough for the casual hip hop fan to enjoy.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Tea Time With Alice
3:20 album only
2. No Pain No More
4:16 album only
3. Sex Appeal feat. Roosk
4:25 album only
4. Queen of Hearts
5:16 album only
5. No Hero feat. Gabrielle Greene
3:31 album only
6. Don\'t Start Ya Cry
4:32 album only
7. Think I Might Kill Myself
3:42 album only
8. The Asylum\'s Gone Sane
4:24 album only
9. Singing To A Ghost
4:45 album only
10. And I
5:05 album only
11. Mad Hatter Requiem
4:26 album only
12. Wonderland Detox
4:21 album only


Album Notes
Offical Review of Kyle Hubbard's "Tea Time With Alice"

Kyle Hubbard
“Tea Time With Alice”
by Marcus Alan Townsend

This is coming from a person having listened to the album multiple times all the way through with an open mind. Lyrically inclined musician Kyle Hubbard is a prime example of an “up-and-coming” hip-hop artist doing what they are passionate about and making the world around them aware. Through low-level touring in a statewide atmosphere, and proper advertising from those close, knowledgeable, and willing to lend a helping hand, Kyle Hubbard is quite capable of taking the spotlight in the world of hip-hop. Much anticipation is experienced when awaiting a sequel to “Tea Time With Alice”. As you read ahead, these are the thoughts that come to mind as I listen to this album.

1) Tea Time With Alice

The song flows very well in its current form. Innovative beat mixture and deep lyrics make for a new sound in an otherwise “cliché single” world.

2) No Pain No More

Tasteful swearing. In so many other songs it seems cussing is thrown in to just amplify anger. In the case of No Pain No More, I gather a sense of “the writer is setting the mood”, so that the listener might understand what the performer is feeling with the lyrics of this song. Clever beat, clever lyrics, forcefully reaches multiple types of people because of smoking and because, obviously, it is new hip-hop.

3) Sex Appeal feat. Roosk

So many songs talk about the girl that made the writer flip shit in a way that made their heart soar. Sex Appeal completely sets that all aside and finally we have a song that absolutely shuns the “beautiful” girls.

4) Queen of Hearts

In a world full of political satires, literature that insists on downing the government with obvious lack of discretion, Queen of Hearts is able to deliver a fresh take on how the youth of our nation actually see our ‘great’ nation. Well-written song in a “better be careful what you say” topic. An entertaining way to exercise the second amendment.

5) No Hero feat. Gabrielle Greene

We all lose loved ones, and the blame is thrown everywhere the mind will allow. We place ourselves in a state of denial, it is inevitable, but how we allow ourselves to grow after a devastating loss is how we are defined in the future. No Hero shows this humanistic evolution and depicts the truth that life goes on regardless of feelings. No one is able to stop the death cycle; we can only deal with it. Our beliefs and artistic values are the only tools we have in this dealing. A heartfelt look into the author’s personal mental battles.

6) Don’t Start Ya Cry

Don’t Start Ya Cry tells about everyone’s “fling” stories. Get with this person or that person to simply what exactly that person means to us, if anything at all. This song is about not being the right people for each other and just acknowledging this fact. Society has been placed in an interesting place with sexual encounters and Don’t Start Ya Cry absolutely depicts this with a no-bars-hold lyric base.

7) Think I Might Kill Myself

In my opinion, Think I Might Kill Myself is the debut single. With a catchy chorus, regardless of content, and rhythm to match, this song is what people want to hear. Our population is surrounded by death and constant thoughts devoted to “What if I just die? What would happen? Who would care?” This, even as scorned as it would be, is what people want to hear. This song hits home with the most affluent section of the population, ranging from 15 to 32 years old.

Personal favorite simply for contradictory message being delivered.

8) The Asylum’s Gone Sane

A person can only believe in what they are shown and what they are not shown. Their mind will allow them to think and make sense of what they are exposed to and with this exposure, they will have the ability to read between the lines. The Asylum’s Gone Sane forces the listener to actually place reality on the things they see and make it make sense.

9) Singing To A Ghost

Sometimes a perfect relationship ‘gone wrong” just doesn’t end with the closure it deserves. There are all these different words that we feel must be said, and in Singing To A Ghost the listener hears a one sided story; a story that gets everything off the author’s chest in regard to a lost love. With a mixture of a mellow beat and profound lyrics, Kyle Hubbard lures audiences with another ‘easy to relate to’ song.

10) And I

Easily the most controversial song in the album. And I tells the story of a boy getting a girl pregnant, not man and woman. The question of abortion is raised and in this question are the loaded feelings of an entire society. With strong lyrics in such a touchy, sensitive area, And I will raise some eyebrows but nonetheless earn its place in the tasteful art category.

11) Mad Hatter Requiem

Clever lyrics that simply tell the story of the author. There are always those songs on albums that allow the lyricist to be completely egotistical, but it’s ok! If it is their own creation and it is exactly what they feel it should be then of course, they are allowed to say whatever they want about themselves and be praised for it. Great individualism and self-reliance.

12) Wonderland Detox

I feel that as the last song of the album, Wonderland Detox ends the message of the album very well. A person has complete control over the things they see and what is allowed into their thinking without fear of influencing someone else on purpose. Just as they are able to control what gets in, they are able to control what gets out and how it gets out. “Detox” means to flush and in that, people can see their own ability to control. Powerful words without any “pulled punches” delivering a blow to the individual psyche telling the world to “just be yourself” and realize your power. To use a cliché, Grand Finale.



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kate the great

kyle is really talented! he has great lyrics