Black Eyed Peas member Will.I.Am appears on "99 Cent Lighter," an organic, pulsating song where Blood Of Abraham warns against the ease and potential devastation that can be set off by a person's unintentional thoughtlessness, while "Rosetta Stone's" ominous wall of noise fits perfectly perfectly with its message that things must be examined and taken for what they really are. Elsewhere, underground legends Divine Styler and Kool Keith appear on the futuristic "Omegaton." Divine Styler portrays the oracle that Blood Of Abraham seeks during the song, while Kool Keith delivers yet another quirky role as the controller of water at Oasis Incorporated. We knew that if we had Kool Keith and Divine Styler on our album that it would have to be some shit," Benyad offers. "They've got their own characters on the song, and that track is like five songs in one. It's real dense audio-wise. It worked out beautifully."
Produced by Will.I.Am, Blood of Abraham, Cyrus Melchor, and Motiv8, Eyedollartree is replete with lush guitars, exotic keyboards and other-worldly sound effects. The 13-cut collection marks a definitive moment for hip-hop, standing as a testament to the idea that credible, enjoyable, groundbreaking hip-hop music can be created with an eclectic musical vision.