Mathematically speaking, Talib Kweli + Res = Idle Warship. Since first tested back in 2000, that has been the basic formula that mathematicians and scientists use to start all known Idle Warship equations and binary structures with. When placed into any known audible subroutine, the resulting auditory output is frequently something greater than the sum of its parts, generating a freedom of frequency heretofore unknown in this dimension.
Over the course of the past decade, the discovery of the basic formula has led to a series of programming miracles, including 2009’s Party Robot mixtape. But you can’t break down Idle Warship to it’s basic equation all the time; occasionally, as your math skills progress, you have to consider certain “x factors” such as the potential for including a Jean Grae or a Jay Knocka. Under the guidance of noted mathematician/scientist/producer DJ Khalil, a laboratory experiment was conducted recently utilizing this particular equation as a basis for the output of something referred to as “System Addict”.
Upon careful examination of the auditory sensory processes which are connected to the neural output generated by this series of subroutines, the Idle Warship equation leaves notice that “System Addict” signals the forthcoming release of a full-length collection due out in 2011 from the Blacksmith/Element9/Fontana organization. In the meantime, add this to your collection and sit tight for further instructions.