Final Outlaw’s “Unstoppable Love” launches
November 13, 2012
‘Final Outlaw knows how to work an audience’ ~ Time Out New York Magazine
‘An experienced grinder in the wit of NYC lyricism’ ~ URB Magazine
‘He goes in, rapping and speaking on life with the kind of passion and conviction that can only come from the spirit of someone who’s actually lived what he writes’ ~ Loud Records
What possesses one to keep going when circumstances become impossible? Final Outlaw examines this question in his album “Unstoppable Love” (available 2-19-13). After a year of recording, the New York City native is determined to exercise the masterful story telling, and impetuous delivery that has earned him great respect and adulation in the underground Hip Hop community.
The fervent first single “Blacklisted,” distinguishes itself by touching on creative-control, and censorship issues whilst serving as an S.O.S signal for industry personnel. “Feel free to forward my information to any man/Who's willing to take a stand, take a risk or a chance” The album itself chronicles the arduous encounters of life, and the undying love required to keep pushing when all seems lost.
Some might say that the Final Outlaw is a rapper’s rapper because of his ability to show and prove at will. He recently became a two-time champion at the world famous Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater in Harlem (a rarity for Hip Hop acts), received rotation on Hot97, and climbed to #1 on college radio charts. He has also received coverage on MTV, BET, Time Out New York Magazine, and Yahoo News. Clearly the release of this free album is something to take a closer look at.
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