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With all the talk that hip-hop is dead, there's no better example than Fashawn to prove that it's certainly alive, well and being fed to a hungry new generation of hip-hop fans. And after listening to just 16 bars it's evident that Fashawn is one of the hungriest. He's a prodigal son, part of a new generation of emcees lucky enough to
grow up in hip-hop's golden era. He's not an '80s baby; he's a '90s baby. Think about that for a second. Then think about his potential.
Hailing from Fresno, California, Fashawn has all the charisma of a modern-day emcee and the rhyming chops of a veteran beyond his years. For a 20-year-old, his raw talent, songwriting ability and versatility, is...well, it's phenomenal.
Recognized already as a leader in Central California's hip hop scene, steering a vibrant pack of young artists with his innovative style and originality in his music, Fashawn is more than ready to take on the world with his debut album Boy Meets World. Produced entirely by Los Angeles native Exile, Boy Meets World is just a story about a kid growing up, explains Fashawn. It's my story, it's very honest, it's very in depth. So whatever you thought you knew about me, listen to this and you ll really get a good look at who I am. It's going to be classic.
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Instead of blowing you away with a whole different style, (IE Tribe's jazz-rap) this will remind you that good hip hop is making a comeback and will not be stuck underground for much longer. BUY THIS. That's all I have to say YOU WONT BE DISAPPIONTED.
This debut reminds me of the MCs of the past 2 yrs. If you like this, you will like
-Reks' Grey Hairs
-Little Vic's Each Dawn I Die
-Lupe Fiasco's The Cool
-Joell Ortiz's The Brick: Bodega Chronicles
-eLZhi's The Preface
-Brother Ali's THe Undisputed Truth
I've had one whole listen-through and it was outstanding lyricism with good, not excellent beats. The beats I admit could have been more exciting and/or memorable for such a debut. I was never an Exile fan after Below The Heavens. BUY IT
BEST SONG GOES TO: The Ecology
BEST BEAT GOES TO: Freedom (I love the Talib Kweli sample)
hip hop should tell the truth about whats going on at the street level but it should not stay there it has a responsibilty to uplift people out the mental gutter of the streets as well. Much love fashawn thanks for making music that not only bumps but uplifts.
Also great production Exile did his thing. He also blessed Blu for yall who dont know
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Well it's been ALMOST a year since the release of "Boy Meets World" and the subsequent rise of Fashawn as a favorite in the indie hip hop scene.Read more