Good morning friends. I'd like to invite you to read the latest feature for "Supermoon Moonlight Part One" by Klef Notes' Lakisha D. Skinner. Our favorite highlight is "To be frank, if one were to say that “SuperMoon Moonlight Part One” is just another instrumental album, well, “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” must be just another film. Neither is “just another” anything, they are ART. In comparison to “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, both are revolutionary and sublime at the same time. “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” introduced the masses to an entirely different take on cinematography and I feel like Forest Robots is going to achieve that same feat within the Instrumental Music realm – he is changing a concept and direction, and this is spearheaded with “SuperMoon Moonlight Part One.”" Many thanks and gratitude to Lakisha D. Skinner for the review.