“PRODUCT” is a war cry. We’re all shaped by our environment and the concert of social, cultural, political and commercial forces that operate within it. But whether Eastern/Asian or Western, you don’t need to be another brick in the wall. “Language was foreign but you done adopted it like it’s yo son” , is the beating heart of Bohan’s existence as an artist but here, it’s also a rallying cry for the underrepresented masses. Reinscribe the dominant narrative with your own meaning, he’s urging. And for his part, Yllis is likewise unrelenting. This isn’t another dime-a-dozen beat. Yllis gives the listener a nuanced dynamic as layered as Bohan’s cultural worldview; Oriental pings and plinks dart around the beat parade over which Bohan strides.