Case in point: The above clip of him preforming "Everywhere a Million" on his MPC, which pretty much clobbered the Internet yesterday afternoon (seriously, google "Everywhere a Million"--his name is the only one that pops up), popping up in gushing posts from hip-hop site Okayplayer, among many others. And it's well-deserved, too: That's some serious artistry happening in that there clip.
Check it out for a sufficient schooling on how to pull off your beat production in a live setting. And, in general, be sure to keep an eye on this guy--he's definitely an area artist to watch in the coming months.
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