One might think that being the first act signed to the resurfaced Rawkus Records would leave an up-and-coming group like The Procussions feeling somewhat under pressure-especially considering that the label‘s graduates include the likes of Mos Def and Talib Kweli. But on their sophomore album, The Procussions sound as comfortable as can be while laying down their percussion-centric beats and socially alert raps. While not every track is as catchy as the lead single “The Storm” or as thoughtfully constructed as the anti-child abuse anthem “Little People,” this trio will certainly help Rawkus step back out on the right foot.