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Kenny Thomas / Press

“Be sure to catch Kenny Thomas on his fall promotional tour covering 25 cities.”

“Heard this new song by Kenny Thomas earlier today and it actually blew me away!”

“There's a cat down in Alabama that's making some noise.If you hear this album you'll know what I'm talking about. For one song alone I'd give it 5 nutts. This song is insane. It's called "Name Kallin" and what he's doing is calling out everybody,who's who in rap,for the last 10 to 20 years.He finds a way to fit everybody's name in the rap song and blend it all together. His lyrical skills cannot be matched. Kenny Thomas is just raw! We haven't heard much from Alabama,but Kenny Thomas is making up for lost time.He's incredible.”

Scott Bejda - Murder Dog Magazine

“Alabama is definitely underrepresented and overlooked in the national Hip Hop scene in the country.Even with the south controlling the Hip Hop game,the state has not been able to make a dent in the walls of the Hip Hop industry.Many warriors are set to take this battle to the forefront and Kenny Thomas is one of them.”

Jeremy Collins - Tre Magazine

“It's not easy to break into the rap game when you're from a small Southern city like Tuscaloosa,Alabama.It takes persistence and creative marketing skills - two qualities that Kenny Thomas has in abundance.”

“Thomas's vocals are a bit meager at times,but,for the most part,are strong enough to carry an album's worth of material on his own,and his lyrics are almost painfully honest and to-the-point.He says what he thinks.Thomas clearly has the skills to jump to the major label market.”

Carter Davis - The Strip (University Of Alabama)

“He's Southern,he's Gangsta,but he's very lyrical.He' like the K-Rino of Alabama.Those two need to work together.On top of it,Kenny Thomas does all his own production.Real tight.”

Scott Bejda - Murder Dog Magazine

“Kenny Thomas is a southern artist but he has some lyrical tendencies that set him apart from the majority of Alabama Rap.”

J-Dogg - Murder Dog Magazine

“He gave us something that was lost,which is down south style,down south spit,down south skills and down south lyrics.It ain't been heard like this in a while,ever since another group outta Alabama called Dirty.He's definetly representing the south but he's got shit that niggaz out here in the West Coast can bump.”

Lou Nutt - Murder Dog Magazine

“The very ghetto sounding "'Partments" (produced by Kenny Thomas) is another nice solo cut by Cool Breeze. He paints a vivid picture of ghetto life in the city part of the south. The hook is simple too as they spell out the title.”

"RGDG" (produced by Kenny Thomas) is a clever Cool Breeze solo cut where he displays about the intense similarities between the rap game and the drug game. Lyrically, this is one of the best Cool Breeze performances I've heard.