With the current wave of hip-hop that has been oozing up from the new generation of rappers, it’s refreshing to see an emcee who hasn’t reached the age of 25 drop an album such as The Myth. It’s as much a throwback as it is a contemporary release. Quake isn’t concerned with dropping rhymes about his newest ride or chrome piece, he’d rather spit on the unglamorous struggle of establishing a name for himself in the hip-hop community. With his ridiculous flow, Quake is poised to shake things up with The Myth.
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A proud and over-caffeinated husband, father, runner and writer. I've written for the local weekly The Coast for over a decade and have since taken to creating and writing for HAFILAX for even longer. I hope you enjoy the musings of a guy who has loved music for the better part of 4 decades, and has an album of concert tickets to show for it.