Wednesday, 28 October 2009

'Mind Of A Tehranist' - emceeKilla (album review)

An album almost based solely on one man’s deep mistrust of all authority might sound daunting but emceeKilla’s ‘Mind Of A Tehranist’ lightens the blow with upbeat headnod productions and likeable flows.

For just under 50 minutes emceeKilla “speak[s] a tough message but keep[s] it fun”. The message in question nears on conspiracy theory but challenges how the listener thinks about government and media. Whilst you may not agree with his thoughts, it’s certainly good to question the status quo and how much you might be ignoring. Towards the end of the album subject matter lightens and changes a little with ‘More British’ and ‘Jah Guide’.

'Brick Wall' features Australian MCs Frenic, Koziosko and Plarks and 'Web Of Deceit' features Manage.

‘Mind of a Tehranist’ will be out soon on Dealmaker Records and can be bought digitally at Amazon.

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