This is the debut album of Nashville's own, Mage Tha Blackheart. Taking inspiration from the revolutionary fuels of rage against the machine, public enemy, atari teenage riots all the way to black flag, bad brains, and other punk bands. This is a twist on hip-hop music, a refreshing break from the swag rap materialism. Some could even say that it is a wake up call to those too comfortable in their fashions. The future is not bleak, it is hopeful in that we all understand our purpose and get up and act.
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