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The Law Breakers - Money Matters - Flyah Review


Born on the Eastside of Detroit youngest of 6 rough eastside neighborhood moms kept me off the streets and into music which became my passion at heart to follow working hard at my carft dj then beat maker, writer working on mic skills to create The Law Breakers..And give back to the  Hip hop sound i put my heart and soul into my music with my team working hard at our style Pushing and fighting to reach my dreams of Rocking shows talking to fans and bringing that LB style 

Are you a true believer in the art of Hiphop? Skills? MCing? Well then this Detroit hiphop artist, The Infamous CrackHead, is here to rescue your eardrums! Today, our culture is filled with mixtape releases that range from 'just ok' to extra 'wack'. Most popular music releases are meaningless and lack substance. Then, you have students of Hiphop’s golden era like The Infamous CrackHead. The Infamous CrackHead (of The Law Breakers) is a rising hiphop artist who has recently dropped a monster album titled "MENTAL”. Within just the 1st track you will understand why he is the truth! "Creepin In The Dark" is that boombap intro that takes you back to when lyrics were everything. It is very apparent that he has added so much value to this 18-track collection, because he is giving us the real him... no gimmicks. All of these ingredients and more make "MENTAL” a must listen! Check out the full project today 




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