The Infinite MC releases new video ‘Never Hurt Me Soul’

The rapper and hip hop producer known as the Infinite MC has released his latest official video, “Never Hurt Me Soul.” The track has been proudly published on the Infinite Records independent music label without the direction of the corporate music industry. It is the title track of his latest EP album, “Never Hurt Me Soul One Man Revolution.” An animated representation of the themes and struggles featured in his music, “Never Hurt Me Soul” by the Infinite MC is proof that this Egyptian-American rapper is more than just an entertainer. He’s a revolutionary.

Separating the Infinite MC from the largest portion of rap musicians is his lyric content. Lines written and performed by Infinite are as notable for what he puts in as they are for what he keeps out.

“When I was seven years old I heard Will Smith,” writes the Infinite MC. “Realizing that rap could be positive without explicit content or demoralizing lyrics, I decided to become a rapper myself. I had a natural talent for free styling. Singing was my original passion, but the rhyme patterns of hip hop fascinated me. I noticed the potential for verbose lyrics with deep meaning.”

Profundity is at the heart of everything the Infinite MC releases, and his new “Never Hurt Me Soul” video is the latest example of this.

“The song was inspired by the first year of the Egyptian Revolution I experienced in Alexandria, Egypt,” he writes. “I started writing the song on the one-year anniversary of the start of the revolution. The cartoon I made is a metaphor for all the assassins revolutionists have faced throughout history.”

Starring in the animated hip hop video, naturally, is Infinite, himself.

“The main character was how I imagined a visual representation of the Infinite MC would look like. Named Neōterikós, I battle assassins that would stop a world revolution. The name is the Greek origin for neo and neoteric, the word I use for my genre of music.”

Loyal fans of the Infinite MC will not be surprised to learn that anti-war sentiments are the reason for “Never Hurt Me Soul” both lyrically and visually. As the artist puts it himself:

“The point of the video is that peace is the real goal of revolution.”

“Never Hurt Me Soul” by the Infinite MC is available for viewing online worldwide now (link provided below).

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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The Infinite MC releases album ‘The Infinite Music Creator’

The Egyptian-born rap star known as the Infinite MC has released his most prominent album to date, “The Infinite Music Creator.” It has been proudly published on the Infinite Records independent music label without the financial support of the corporate music industry. “The Infinite Music Creator” contains eight original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 26 minutes. Varied, complex, and powerfully imagined, “The Infinite Music Creator” stands as proof that provocative hip hop has roots in every nation of the world.

Asked to cite some main artistic influences, the Infinite MC writes only, “Koron Al Karim.”

The sound of his album changes from song to song, with some being upbeat and others more pensive. All of them reflect the artist’s kaleidoscopic creativity. The consistent thread which runs boldly through each is one of thematic meaning. Every track on “The Infinite Music Creator” has a clear message, one the songwriter has crafted with a specific aim in his mind’s eye.

Interviewing the Infinite MC about his songs reveals much. Track 1 is called, “Never Hurt Me Soul.”

“No matter what, you can’t hurt my soul,” writes the Infinite MC about his song. “It’s a description of the Egyptian Revolution. I started writing the song on the one year anniversary of January 25th, 2011.”

Revolution makes up a large part of the record. The Infinite MC explains that his song, “One Man Revolution,” describes “One man confessing what women have gone through throughout all of history, standing up to unite them in a movement using piety to change all governments around the world. The Women’s March on Versailles. Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen.”

Love and romance are also central themes of “The Infinite Music Creator.”

The Infinite MC was born in Smoha, in Alexandria, Egypt.

“I was named Karim after the word of God Koron Al Karim Chapter 50 Karim,” he writes.

His upbringing and connection to the ancient world at the shore of the Mediterranean Sea remain integral to the rapper’s music and values.

“My life is dedicated to the study of the word of God and spreading it to the world,” he writes. “I study all the Holy Books and accept all religions. My belief is that each one stems from a specific Holy Book. I am currently on my way to Makkah to receive the word of God.”

The Infinite MC’s previous music releases include: MC Rap the One Flow Army, 22 January 2011 (recorded and released right before the Egyptian Revolution began), and his eight-video freestyle album on his personal Facebook page.

“The Infinite Music Creator” by the Infinite MC is available online worldwide at over 700 digital music stores.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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