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Cemented Origins

by MC Su

easy listening- indie,backpack rap/ hip hop
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Pills and Permit (radio)
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2. Quirk
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3. Menstruate
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4. Scavage
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5. Pills and Permit
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Album Notes
He first started off in freestyle battles at Singapore's prestigious club Zouk, though losing every battle, he mastered the ropes and went back a year later to entertain the crowd at the anniversary of "juice" magazine. MC Su is still carving his niche from his ability to write rhymes and inserting them into songs, not the usual cliched way, but with a more tedious route, instead of getting straight to the point; he brings you round the bush with replays-in-your-head choruses and beats from the maestro himself Ghostsyle from HK who taught Su and imparted his knowledge magnanimously. After mastering his song "trip" he sent it together with the video to daminen Brachet founder of who is still exposing not only Su but many other artistes. Now in October 2006 his new single "pills and permit" is bound to catch attention, with a video coming up Mc Su is bound to shock and inspire. after getting constant local radio play hes in the midst of recording his 5 song mini album-- awaiting sponsorship for his music and getting his bachelors simultaneously writing for Moleskine in their 2005 and 2006 japanese exhibitions at the same time doing local gigs with the hardcore scene. also did a cameo in a Nike video directed by French journalist Damien Brachet . and with tutelage by renowned Hong Kong rapper Ghoststyle and guidance by Singapore's own Mc Garuda..


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