Born to Caribbean parents in Birmingham, British Columbia, Booth newcomer Madflow spent his life surrounded by an eclectic array of musical influences. For latest song release, however, the artist brings us something steeped in the tradition of old-school hip-hop showmanship. On album inclusion The MP’s, Prickly Pear‘s head-noddable sample work sets the stage for a display of lyrical dexterity centered around the titular acronym. What does it stand for, you ask? Multinational Publication, Metaphysical Poet, Mad Prickly, Master Practitioner, Music Production, Model Potential, More Pounds, Missing Person, Minimum Pay, My Presence, My Place, My Profile, Master my Potential, Master P, Melting Point… you can figure out the rest. If this joint left you craving more, then be sure to cop his debut set, The Abominable Flowman Returns!, when it hits record stores and online retailers later this year.
Written by richard on 09/21/12
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