Baltimore is a city that can use some positive energy right now, and Malik Ferraud's latest album, Infinity, is definitely a step in the right direction. With a flow ranging from low-key and zen to aggressive and rapid-fire, the DMV emcee delves into his experiences in B'more and why he refuses to give up.
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Ferraud's versatility on the album is accentuated by the varied production, featuring the likes of Nefarious, J-Louis, GoldSoul and more. With each new beat comes a unique style and tempo, and he effortlessly bodybags whatever happens to land on his plate. However, Infinity isn't merely an endless barrage of bars and punchlines - there is nuance and narrative here that simply cannot be overlooked. A prime example of this is "The Future," a track that gives a firsthand account of how things go down in his hometown.
Infinity is just the beginning for Malik Ferraud, as he plans to drop a follow-up project within the next few months. In the meantime, check out his other work on SoundCloud and his previous appearance on EARMILK!
Mark's Milkiest: "The Future," "Top Back," "Gift of G.A.B"