Today, Madchild and Obnoxious have unleashed their new album Mobsters & Monsters through Suburban Noize Records. It’s a back-to-basics approach to hip-hop with machete-sharp rhymes and smashing hard-hitting beats from C-Lance, St3v3n, Jordan Coyne, Tao Zou, and C-Sik. “Mobsters and Monsters” features guest appearances by Sick Jacken from Psycho Realm, Henry AZ, and Ouiji Macc.
Madchild and Obnoxious have a new video, directed by King Zabb (Prayers, Ouija Macc) for the track “Drop Off” – it’s now available.
“I’m super proud of this album. It’s rare that I meet someone with talent and originality and find musical chemistry with them, but I believe Obnoxious can go up against just about anybody and shine,” said Madchild. “What started off as just a couple songs together, quickly developed a full album, and there was a friendly competitiveness in the studio with someone that pushed me to go harder. Iron sharpens iron, and Mobsters and Monsters is just the beginning.”
Listening to Mobsters & Monsters feels like going back to the days of La Coka Nostra, Jedi Mind Tricks, and Psycho Realm. Unlike other artists, MadChild and Obnoxious have decided to not follow the latest trends and just stick to what works- cutting edge rhymes. They’re about real hip-hop with no gimmicks or smoke and mirrors; they’re committed to delivering high quality music that’s timeless.
WATCH MADCHILD & OBNOXIOUS MUSIC VIDEO FOR “DROP OFF”
The track listing for Madchild & Obnoxious’ Mobsters & Monsters album is as follows:
2 – Black Out
3 – Work For It feat. Sick Jacken
4 – Drop Off
5 – Lost Cause
6 – Fully Loaded Clip
7 – Panama feat. Henry AZ
8 – Skull Mask
9 – Talons
10 – No Trust feat. Ouija Macc
11 – Ugly
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