"Community based, politically driven, but still funky as all get-out, Thousands Of One is a force to be reckoned with. Thier lyrics are spiritual and positive, and their Afro-Hiphop-funk-soul groove is highly addictive."
- Megan Romer, Grassroots Music Guide
"Plenty of groups replicate the '70s R&B/soul sound of Marvin Gaye, but few try to match his deeply conscious message. Singing of slavery in the context of modern struggles, this Ithaca neo-soul/R&B collective does just that, while an instrumental Hiphop feel, recalling The Roots and Talib Kweli, keeps the vibe from getting weighed down by heavy issues."
"Deep grooves are the backbone of Thousands of One. The players are adept at creating an atmosphere and still leaving room for each other, musically speaking. Jhakeem Haltom is a charismatic presence whose comfort on stage and vocal range, have been captivating."
- Buzz Magazine
"Haltom's got a great, clear voice that sometimes evokes Stevie Wonder and sometimes - oddly enough - Steely Dan's Donald Fagen."
- Casey Westerman, Ithaca Journal
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