M.O. | Eskimocentricity

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Eskimocentricity

by M.O.

Debut trailblazing lyrical Inuit hip-hop from Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Intro (Weighing In)
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2. Childhood Education (feat. GMC)
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3. Oily
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4. M.O.
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5. Night Lights (feat GMC)
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6. Before You
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7. Never Saw It (feat. GMC)
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8. Geothermal MC
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9. Uncomfortable (feat. Ritallin)
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10. Steady Terms (feat. Southside Totems)
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11. Chakrabarty
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12. North America
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13. Hands Down
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14. Outro (Old Indifferences)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Eskimocentricity is M.O.'s debut hip-hop album, and the first of it's kind from Canada!

M.O. brings a pure distillation of hip-hop and the polar ice cap.
Producing beats and using complex wordplay that has been likened to
Prevail of Swollen Members, M.O. "hopes to update southerner's
perceptions of Inuit life." (Kate Porter, CBC Radio One)

M.O. was born in Iqaluit, Nunavut (Frobisher Bay, NWT at the time)
during the coldest November in the town's recorded history. A product
of an Inuk mother and a Brooklynite father, he and two sisters were
raised by their father in Iqaluit and in Vancouver, BC.

There were varied musical influences floating through M.O.'s
childhood: from classical Indian music like the sitar and sarod, the
Talking Heads and Nine Inch Nails to Kool Moe Dee just to name few.
This eclectic range of influences, coupled with M.O.'s cultural
history and connection to the North, has led to a unique style of
music, with beats and lyrics that soothe and inform and get your mind
and body working.


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