Naledge has long been known for the unique hipster style he brings to the hip-hop table, and a newly-released record off the Brainiac Society Vol. 3: Attack Of The Brainiacs Mixtape (hosted by the Kidz in the Hall emcee himself) finds him strutting his lyrical stuff for the express purpose of showing off his Rock Top Fashions. The sparse beat served up by Look at Them Hips producer Mstacks offers the Chi-town native plenty of breathing room, and he takes full advantage of this on his dense, wordplay-packed verses, spitting off-the-wall lines like “my flow is areola and a lot of n*ggas feelin’ me” but advising listeners to take him “with a grain of salt, Patron, and a beer.” Wish you could be part of the elite Brainiac Society? Early this month, ‘ledge announced on his blog that those interested in interning for his “exclusive upscale lifestyle brand [and] music label” can make an inquiry at the society’s MySpace page.
Written by richard on 01/26/09
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Marry You ft. Naledge (of Kidz in the Hall)" (2008)
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