FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –
The writer and performer of hip hop known as Emaculent has released his latest LP record album, “15 Minutes to E.” The record is comprised of 14 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of a full hour. It has been released on the Brightlife Music record label. Busting at its seams with heavy back beats, witty rhymes and imaginative, catchy melody lines, “15 Minutes to E” is easily one of the most remarkable hip-hop albums of 2014 to date.
A gigantic and hugely entertaining rap record from one of the underground’s most imaginative urban poets, “15 Minutes to E” is already turning heads from coast to coast in the United States as well as worldwide. In addition to the considerable talents of Emaculent, himself, “15 Minutes to E” also features the skills of such artists as R ‘n’ B’s Ray J, Anthony Gates, Gee Kass, and Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs ‘n’ Harmony.
Having been born and bred in the American Motor City of Detroit, Emaculent now hails from Los Angeles, CA. Having been asked to describe his start in music, he gives a straight, direct and appropriately proud answer.
“I entered a freestyle battle at the age of 13, and won.”
Emaculent’s official bio includes the following description of his highly charismatic style of rap music:
“Emaculent (AKA Emac) delivers the true representation of the art, grit and skills of a seasoned MC. He possesses a self-assured swagger. His words bob and weave throughout each track like a professional verbal athlete. Filled with linguistic portraits of his early years and nail-biting imagery, Emaculent’s music delivers punch after punch of power and personality. Whether you’re a snap back and tattoos kind of guy, a rhythmic beat boxer, backpack rapper or old-school DJ, one thing is certain throughout – Emac’s delivery, rhythmic melodies, and detailed lyric visuals will have you vibing and bobbing along with every beat and flow. Enjoy it!”
“15 Minutes to E” by Emaculent is available online worldwide. Get in early.
Lead Press Release Writer
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