Aaron Evans is one hell of a charismatic guy. It's not every day that someone gets grumpy trolley patrons to clap along to a hip-hop song, but Evans has the right amount of enthusiasm and earnestness to make his song irresistible. We understand that public transportation isn't always the most ideal mode of transport, but it's always kind of a bummer to see how unmoved the trolley patrons are by the often-brilliant live performances.
In this episode of A Trolley Show, the Cleveland native, along with human beatbox Generik, burns through a fiery rendition of "We All Work," which blends Evans' poetic lyricism with a socially conscious message. Also great: listening to a bunch of usually tired commuters "make some noise" for Generik's beatbox solo at the 2:40 mark.