Melbourne MC Maundz kicks into 2010, adding to the releases for the year with his first solo album Mr. Nobody. Mr. Nobody will be pushed out around May 7th by the crew at Obese Distribution and this 17 track CD is set to be another fine release for the year, so make sure you check it out. If you’ve not heard Maundz before, you can check him out on Fluent Form's The Furnace or take a listen to some tracks over at his MySpace or alternatively at triple j unearthed.
- The Real Deal
- Milk Crates
- Extra Extra
- Pink Shirts
- White Shirts
- March the 5th (ft. Fluent Form)
- No Concern
- Lamens Term (ft. Shawn Lov)
- Mr Nobody
- Possibilities (ft. Deece)
- Game Time (ft. Verbal Kent & Briggs)
- Agent 99
- What’s Happnin
- She’s Gone
- Keyboard Warriors (ft. Nevaless & Fat Ho)
- The Campaign
Available: May 7th
Distributed by: Obese Records
After years of keeping the scene at bay, 2010 will finally see the highly anticipated release of local MC Maundz’s debut LP, Mr. Nobody.
Clichés and tall tales aside, the Melbourne city native breathes the ferocity of a seasoned veteran and is bound to set the benchmark on how hip hop should be.
Since releasing his first two 7” records through Mass MC’s Double Beef Records (2005), the 24-year-old MC has garnered a strong underground following within the country, living up to his reputation as the local scene’s best kept secret.
Featuring a stellar line up of producers from abroad including Vanderslice (US: Sean Price, OuterSpace, Army of the Pharoahs) and Wizard of the UK (Farma G, Task Force, Micall Parknsun), Maundz is joined by neighbouring beasts behind the boards; J-Squared (Illy), Methodz (Brad Strut, Shawn Lov), WIK, B Wiv and Rob Shaker.
With a spread of 16 tracks in total, this ravenous MC holds his own as a destined crown holder within the local hip hop community, spitting effortlessly with conviction and charisma over a volatile package of instrumentals.
Alongside Maundz, guests include Verbal Kent (US), Shawn Lov (US), Fluent Form, Briggs and long time associate Deece.
This album is a must have for any true hip hop head that likes their music brutally honest, humorous and downright gritty to the bone.
Lock your doors. Nobody’s home.