Two of our favorite local wordsmiths Serum and Manifesto rock it out like the pair of insurgents they are in our scene. I don't know if it's the enjoyable jams they keep kicking out or the sheer amount of work they produce but I've often noted that one of my favorite selling points in Serum's delivery is the bizarro blend of sci-fi paranoia and the gruffness of his voice which hints at the desperation of someone trying to get something crucial out.
Working together is a logical move for both MCs, they flow well, there's an obvious chemistry between them and the voices are complimentary in an almost symbiotic manner. Serum's usually giving it away for free but this time you can pick up the track and the new album The S&M Project - Hott Waxx fresh on the iTunes here or at Amazon.com there.
- Download Serum's New Hip-Hop EP Daydream of Nightmares for Free
- Serum's New Video for "Dr. Moreau" Keeps His Hip-Hop Refreshingly Dark
- Mupalia Pictures' Short Film Furca Features Serum, Manifesto, Deaf Poets, and Nastie (Video)
Produced by Ekcel Beats and directed by Lex One, we must also give huge props for a Muno hat and to Serum for celebrating his birthday this past October 31. Hey, wait a minute... That begins to explain a thing or two, doesn't it?
The S&M Project - "Insurgemcees"
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