Hip Hop at the crossroads. A DJ singing the blues, soul-soaked female vocals, two guitars sweating rhythm & blues. Robert Johnson dreamed in syncopated rap, gang music. Urban Ladder Society with their premiere "The Summit", unleashing the fury of their time, assuming the role of agitators of the established canons. Where can blues music advance? How can the blues claim its synchronic identity? These guys know it well, they leave any prejudice in the closet and throw themselves fearlessly and confidently into the sand, sumptuous bass lines, guitars like spears, sometimes silky smooth, rapped soliloquies that crush any amendment purpose. You have to keep your ears open to discover and understand the evolution that these unique musicians carry in their veins, black music in its purest form, blues music in progress, in motion. Constantly, like the only way to stay alive.