After taking the better part of the year off to craft his sophomore LP, Madkem returns to our pages with the lead single off the forthcoming set. On I Can Tell, beatsmith Analogic provides a sampled backdrop from rhymes emphasizing the many ways in which the Big Apple mic-murderer’s freshness is readily apparent. Hungry for more? You’ll find what you seek on Kem’s Kola La Vie LP, scheduled for release this fall via Elementality Productions.
Written by richard on 06/21/12
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