This musical journey takes baby to the bright side of the moon and beyond, with gentle lullaby renditions of Pink Floyd's indelible hits. Your crazy little diamond is going to shine on in dreamland, comfortably sleeping. You'll wish you were there.
Rockabye, Robin Holcomb's second album, uses more familiar song structures (i.e., verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge) than her debut, which bore little resemblance to any other musical genre. This time, Holcomb draws on just about every American genre invented before, say, 1974 – traditional folk music, country, classic rock, jazz, carnival music, Dixie brass, soul – but the album is unified by her distinctive, earthy vocals and her staccato piano playing (her keyboard and vocal style seem to be inseparable from her personality).
The album's title is a reference to the mixtape AmeriKKKan Korruption by his late friend and Pro Era cohort Capital STEEZ and it will be released on the 5-year anniversary of the project. The titles of both projects contain a reference to the debut studio album by Los Angeles-based gangsta rapper Ice Cube "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted" that intentionally misspelled the word "America" with three Ks alluding to the white supremacist Ku Klux Klan.