Following a more than impressive run in the battle circuit, New York City word connoisseur Iron Solomon has steadily proved that his rhymes are just as exuberant on wax as they are in battle mode. With his DJ Green Lantern and 2DopeBoyz-presented Killer street album just days away, the spitter has hit fans with The Genesis (Chapter 1), the first song release from the release. Backed by a soul-infused beat he produced himself, Solomon goes on to rattle off the various musicians who have inspired him over the years including N.W.A., Marvin Gaye, and Guns N’ Roses. As he takes a trip down emcee Memory Lane, the clever battle beast isn’t afraid to keep it candid as he comments on the wack rhymes from the days of his youth or his first time smoking green. Expect a nice helping of
treats when Solomon’s DJBooth-hosted Killer album is released on Halloween, October 31.
Written by Danielle H. on 10/23/12
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