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Malaki 3D – Survivor (Review)

When you talk about Tennessee Hip Hop, or even the Tennessee Hip Hop scene in general, it would be hard to not recognize Malaki 3D formally known as “Malaki”. With his upcoming release “Music Box” (which by the way we had the chance of previewing) is indeed a very solid effort. With diverse tracks like “So Right”, “Dance”, “She Got It”, and “Confident”, most of the songs are thought provoking, and even better, self described. But the standout track “Survivor” (which has an accompanying video premiering right here), in our opinion is by far the best track on the entire project. Front to back, this project has an open minded feel and falls short of the usual down south lean, gold chains and cars vibe stereotyped from a southern artist. Most importantly it’s the diverse Hip Hop that the South needs. Malaki 3D has alot to look forward to, and so does the the fans of not just hip hop but entertainment as a whole. A true original release filled with good concepts, and beats to compliment what a true artist represents. Check out the visual to Malaki 3D’s “Survivor” after the jump and be on the lookout for his upcoming release “Music Box” due out by holidays end.

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