[Update: album available at the Nerdcore Hip Hop Archives] Epic-1 has done it again. As a rising hip-hop artist from EMPulse Records he knows how to bring you to the edge of your seat and be begging for more. Since his hot album "1", Epic-1 knows how to impress his fans and have complete take over. Well be prepared to be conquered once again. His newest release,"Good Enuff", is stronger, hits harder, and doesn't disappoint.
My personal favorites definitely go out to "Nina", "It Feels like", and "Lvl99". "Nina" is a crazy non-stop ride that goes into stories about females that aren't all who you think they are. "It Feels Like" questions oneself and what exactly are you doing in today's world while "Lvl99" uses game references talks about reaching a dead end.
He uses the element of video games but the subjects ride on the serious side. Whether it's about women, world issues, or everyday life, the variety will either get you thinking or laughing in agreement. Songs featuring artists TCP, Shinobi Onibocho, kRhym35t4r0n3, and Entity, you know this something you can't miss. It dabbles in sweet-sour, a definite treat for your ears. You can get it for free at RhymeTorrents right here. "Good Enuff" is so much more than good. It is transcendent.
The amazing Florida based nerdcore emcee Epic-1, who you may know from his appearances on a some GM4A compilations has come out with his debut EP, Black Friday. The album is five epic (see what I did there?) songs of what I would describe as underground nerdcore. A personal favorite of mine has remained the song Sungem, which I heard was made with the help of Pixelh8's Music Tech Pro Performer, and is most definitely some quality chip hop. Be sure to download the entire album free from the Empulse Records page for Epic-1.