Check out this brand new horn-clad banger from Queens emcee Pharoahe Monch. On "Bad MF," the wordsmith showcases his classic complex lyricism, but neatly disguised in a hard-hitting show-no-love delivery. Lee Stone, who has worked on a couple of Monch's previous albums, produces a heavy, horn-driven beat to match the intensity of the rapper's aggressive vocals.
"Bad MF" is the second single to be released from Pharoahe Monch's upcoming album, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). After some confusion regarding the album's official release date, the East-Coast emcee announced that his fourth studio album will be out on April 15th, 2014. The first single from PTSD, "Damage," was released in September of 2012 and also produced by Lee Stone. Head over to iTunes if you'd like to purchase the two singles.
If "Bad MF" is even somewhat indicative of the album as a whole, then fans of good music have a lot to look forward to. In an interview with MTV Hive, he stated "It's way more mental, emotional, and personal, because of the depths of a depression I was dealing with. There’s the enlightenment that comes out of that, and lyrically, it’s some of the best stuff I’ve done." We're officially dealing with one bad motherfucker.
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