A World With No Skies


A World With No Skies

Suburban Noize

Best known for his work with hip-hop icons Edo G (as Special Teamz), Everlast and DJ Lethal (as La Coka Nostra) Boston based MC Slaine has only just began to make his mark as a solo act.  Released by Suburban Noize (home of Kottenmouth Kings, Everlast, Unwritten+, and Big B), A World Without Skies will mark Slaine’s first real full-length release and he certainly holds promise.  With a style that’s reminiscent of early Eminem, complete with that Marshel Mathers jerky flow and uncompromising lyrical material; Slaine’s verse hit a whole collection of shocking topics, including cops in trunks, holding heads underwater and Jesus throwing grenades.  While there may not be much to Slaine’s sound we haven’t heard before, it’s an unrelenting refreshing release in an increasingly stale genre.  Be sure not to miss “99 Bottles,” “When I Shoot You” and “Till The Day That We Die.”


Released:  Early 2011


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