is a chance for Greenspan to put those years of groundwork to the test. It's his second release to head out to iTunes, Amazon, Pandora, and other major distribution channels. Though he's long operated his own label, Federal Reserve Records, he recollaborated with another local label, Mania Music Group, to assemble the album. Mania's production brain trust, Brandon "BeaLack" Lackey, who operates the Lineup Room, and Dwayne "Headphones" Lawson, who helped out remotely, oversaw the mixing of the album and contributed several beats. "Mania Music has a track record of their own, and they have a respect for me which is greatly appreciated, and we just came together and made something good," says Dawkins.