Canadian rapper The Marsonist releases new single 'Get Em'
May 7, 2013
The rap artist from Toronto, Canada known as The Marsonist has released his latest hip-hip single, titled, “Get Em,” featuring Young Noble from Outlawz. The track is available in both an explicit edition and a version edited for radio. It represents the most capital official release from The Marsonist since his 2012 single release, "Rockstar," which featured fellow Canadian rapper, Choclair. “Get Em” is full of the same brutal power and arresting energy that made “Rockstar” an instant classic across North America and overseas via Internet radio.
Although both “Get Em” and “Rockstar” are true urban anthems, “Get Em” is the more traditionally so. It utilizes digital instrumentation that is reminiscent of artists like Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and Tupac Shakur, and although it takes many creative twists and turns – like all Marsonist music – its foundation is bare-bones hip hop through and through, from start to finish.
Often hosted by popular hip-hop kingpin, DJ Disspare (StreetKillaz, Coast2Coast DJs), The Marsonist's music is expert poetry spat to viciously composed beats and melodies. The production of his sound is perfect, with every level sounding as if it were at volume 10, yet never feeling overwrought or overproduced.
The Marsonist's lyrics pull no punches, and his use of vernacular shows him to be a great proponent of freedom of speech. His quick-witted lines are often crass, often funny, and always show a great deal of forethought and intelligence. He picks relevant themes to speak about, and wastes little time talking about the tired, old hip hop cliches.
Regarding the themes of “Get Em,” The Marsonist writes, “The song is based around the theme, 'Fight for your money.' If you want something, you gotta work hard and make it happen yourself. Success doesn't come easy. The song is inspirational.”
“Get Em” by The Marsonist is available online everywhere beginning spring 2013.
Staff Press Release Writer
The single “Get Em” is distributed globally by MondoTunes (www.MondoTunes.com) and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download
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