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Music Review of ShaoDow's 'Kung Fu Hustler' Album

Music Review of ShaoDow's 'Kung Fu Hustler' Album

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An in depth review of the recent 'Kung Fu Hustler' album by independent urban UK based musician, ShaoDow.

The review takes a look into the various vibes and mood's delivered through a high quality album.
An in depth review of the recent 'Kung Fu Hustler' album by independent urban UK based musician, ShaoDow.

The review takes a look into the various vibes and mood's delivered through a high quality album.

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Music Review of ShaoDowʼs ʻKung Fu Hustlerʼ Album

Talented London based Hip Hop artist and DiY Gang CEO, ShaoDow, is back once again. This time the fully independent artist is returning with a brand new album, Kung Fu Hustler which, is set for release on 21st October 2013 via iTunes, coinciding with the release of ShaoDow’s own exclusive headphones. The release comes off the back of ShaoDow’s recent performances at the esteemed Reading and Leeds festivals and promises to propel Shao through the commercial barrier by, proving his diverse ability to make music for all genres while keeping the substance and content. Having already reached the heights of receiving BBC radio play and supporting artist’s such as: Chipmunk, Tech N9ne, Wiley and many others, it is safe to say that ShaoDow has been making waves in the UK music scene and the Kung Fu Huslter album comes with high expectations. Featuring twenty one completely original tracks and collaborations from the likes of: Stylah, Genesis Elijah and others, it is safe to say that it looks promising from the off. When first listening to ShaoDow’s Kung Fu Hustler album I instantly thought that he came across as someone with a plan and a set direction which he wanted the album to flow. From the off I got the impression that the album was more of a statement of intent, laying down the gauntlet for any takers. The introducing track really sets the pace, showcasing numerous sampled drops alongside an intense instrumental that ShaoDow matches for vibe and tempo, providing sneak preview of whats to follow. From there on the album continues to take the listener on a vivid journey through many well vocalized scenarios, enhanced by a wide range of equally fitting instrumentals. The concepts and level of lyricism never seem to drop or falter, each track bringing it’s own identity and no two tracks sounding the same.

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