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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Mr. Infamy has got the Eyez of an Artist


When Mr. Infamy brought me Eyez Of An Artist I was wondering how twisted the dude was takin a look at the Salvadorian cover. His journey for hiphop began way back around 1992. But without education, trail and error, combined with passion this would not have been possible. With a name like Infamy, he's been around the block doin all kinds of great work, with the L.O.S.T Ent camp, the group O.S.A (One Step Ahead) and FromDaBottom Ent. just to name a few. An associations to numerous to mention, in 2007 he cut loose to do have a solo career. Anyhoo, to the beat now, "Born 4 This" is a good stretch combination of a straight ahead "hood ass" rap beat with some rock "star" guitar. Reminding me of some old Anthrax rap from the 90's. This was made in Newark, New Jersey wow, what they smokin out there? "Bad Habitz" has some serious rap, and then some strange piano back-end that I can't comprehend the reason for, but it's good, it's good. Just twisted as fuck. "Take U 4 a Ride" this is experimental gangster music for sure. Tons of atmosphere, at-most-fear an you notice the trip even more when you put his shit on the head phones. I definitely can hear the 2pac and Mobb Deep influences on the tracks, that's why Infamy was born to be a leader.

"Deep" got some great rap, and great feeling, it goes real deep, into some real talk. An if you think you can take it, you need to rewind it back, and listen to the lyrics again. I feel a little big, big dog swag in it, I really love the rythm and flow.  Mr Infamy aka Ant aka all kinds of names, this guy got lots of influences in this hustle and hardship. I think you're going to respect what he's doin here. I think that's the point of the mixtape, to elevate the artist, to show off the talent in different areas. To push the platform, to push the artform, to push the artist to the next level. I think my favorite track of the night is going to be... "Blow Ur Mind" maybe it's got some subliminal shit in it, but either way it sounds wicked hypnotic. So, so, check out this guy on Myspace, on Twitter, on his Ninja Ning page and support the scene. Comment below if you know him, or would like to pay him homage for these ill beats (they can be found on his Ninja Ning link), lots of great music there.

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