Kyle Bent isn’t one for halfway measures—whatever the undertaking, he goes To the Max with it. How does this maximalist philosophy play out on his Booth debut? Well, the artist certainly doesn’t skimp on the guest features; over Exzam‘s arpeggiated-synth boardwork, the Massachusetts spitter recruits Puzzling Thing emcee Bramzwig and newcomers TJ Hickey and Big Kurt. Directors Tarik Mcarland and Pio DiBenedetto go all-out on the visual tip as well, depicting a kidnapping plot involving Kyle, his homies, Ninja Turtle masks and a whole lot of convenience store food. (You could say that it features snacks… to the max.) Feeling it? More awaits on the artist’s The Catalyst tape, released to the ‘net for free back in June.
Written by richard on 08/28/12
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