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For over a decade, Seattle based emcee Michael S. Martinez aka Onry Ozzborn of the group Grayskul (Rhymesayers Ent) has been known for a brooding style of hip-hop. Today, Onry preps his fifth - and boldest - album to date, called 'DUO' on Fake Four Inc.
With a guest on each track, Onry's features range from Homeboy Sandman and Aesop Rock to the indie musician Nathan Quiroga (of Iska Dhaaf).
In addition, Onry recruits a wide range of producers--SmokeM2D6, Void Pedal Latrell Jamesand Jack Rylands--which results in a hip-hop album imbued with electronic, folk, and punk. On the first track, "Nineteen" with Aesop Rock, Onry sets the tone by collaborating with an artist who's always pushed the boundaries musically. On "Flee the Colony," Onry and Nathan Quiroga take a very different turn towards the indie rock. "No time to Waste," featuring Living Legends crew member Eligh, is a motivational, up-tempo call to living life for today.
Rounding out the album, there's "Firefly," featuring LA rapper Pigeon John which is walk into the lighter side of life. Onry got his start in 1997 in Seattle as part of the supergroup Oldominion, considered to be the definitive hip-hop collective of the Northwest. Starting in 2000, Onry formed the group Grayskul with JFK and released titles like Bloody Radio and Graymaker, among many others on Rhymesayers Ent.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Label||Fake Four Inc.|
|Music Genre||Rap / Hip Hop|
|Music Genre Primary||Hip Hop / RNB|
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