New Jersey hip hop duo The Peanut Gallery imbues R&B and soul into their rap style on single release, “Time Flies By”

"Time Flies By" Cover Art, The Peanut Gallery

New Jersey hip hop duo The Peanut Gallery is releasing a brand new single, “Time Flies By.”  This is the second single that will be coming from their upcoming album, Tales From The Basement. 

Originally having started out with 5 members (Party of 5ive), the group soon dwindled to 2 members due to differences and started branching out after work on the album started.  After the group became 2 members, they decided to re-brand themselves as “The Peanut Gallery,” by simply being themselves.

Comprised of Orlando, a college and prep school graduate who enlisted in the Army and Flee Jones, a heavily tattooed gangster from the inner streets of New Jersey who uses music as an outlet, The Peanut Gallery are bringing to you their brand of hip-hop music that intersects an R&B sound with a soulful vibe.

This is definitely the case for their latest single, “Time Flies By.”  The single is encased by a classic R&B feel with old school hip hop in the mixture. Filled with bouncy beats and invigorating electronics, the energized sound follows through with an enthused vibe.  Upbeat and catchy, the feel-good sounds comes with a vibrant message about utilizing your time wisely.  There is definitely a positive vibe to this track filled with unique vocals.  A great flow segues into the message of the track, pulsating with buoyant beats.

Distinctly a throw-back to some 90’s R&B and classic hip hop, The Peanut Gallery has created a unique sound with their energized electronics and inspirational breaks.  Culminating with a bold vibe, the duo plan to release their project, Tales From The Basement, later this year.

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My Nguyen is a CD reviewer from San Diego, CA. She regularly contributes to TheCelebritycafe.com. She has also has her fiction and book reviews published at Community Voices, Espresso1, Whistling Fire, The Pedestal, Straylight Magazine, Baby Lawn Literature, and Ultimate Writer Quarterly.