Yo! This reminds me of some classic Method Man ish. Of course Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire is blazing his own trail. The man doesn’t care about the social norms that we have all imposed on ourselves. He would rather just say and do whats on his mind. Take a listen to his latest track “Huzzah” which is featured in this video.
MR. MUTHAFUCKIN EXQUIRE, is a Brooklyn based Emcee armed with a brash and rebellious personality. Described by SouthernHospitality.co.uk, as an “effortlessly dope rapper, by influential attorney and activist Kenneth Montgomery PLLC as “a breathe of fresh air”, and by URB magazine as possessing, “a brutal arsenal of hip hop vocals… a force to be reckoned with.” Unconventional, eccentric and groundbreaking eXquire is in a unique position to re-invigorate hip-hop with his ability to poke fun at tragedy, laugh at danger, and bend the boundaries of the genre imposed by stagnant gatekeepers. Since his debut mixtape, The Big Fat Kill eXquire has moved over fifteen thousand units without the support of media outlets.
Born in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, eXquire, born Anthony Allison, grew up in the projects with the desire to be an architect. At the age of eleven he was kicked out of gifted school for extorting other students with knives, “I literally went from the best school in Brooklyn to the worst, I.S. 55, first day I came it was a jungle, people jumping on tables, people fightingeverywhere. My junior high experience was getting shot at everyday. I went to school until December of my ninth grade year, and I never went back.” At the age of fifteen with no direction eXquire fell into the familiar trappings of Brooklyn’s Crown Heights projects. Hip Hop became not only his escape, but also his identity. From an early age the neighborhood took particular notice to his talents, and with that support the artist found himself being catapulted into the realm of New York’s cut throat underground hip-hop scene.
On the brink of his new release Lost In Translation, a scathing chronicle of the life of an anti-hero eXquire plans to raise more than a few eyebrows. Possessing the courage to ignore the industries narrow-minded conceptions of what a rapper should be, eXquire is ready to take what nobody will give him. For more information visit his website, http://uristocrat.com/tag/bad-luck/