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Majestik Originality - Poetic & On Point
Tuesday, December 13, 2011

If you can imagine the art of poetry mixed with the art of freestyle rhyme the result might sound a little bit like New York City’s Majestik Originality. After honing his skills in both scenes for the better part of the past decade, Majestik Originality recently released his debut album, Just Listen. Just Listen is intentionally on the shorter side at just ten tracks, but Majestik Originality explains “I’ve been in the poetry scene for the past eight years, gettin lost in that sauce, and I didn’t want to come out with an album with a whole bunch of music, hitting people all at once. Ten songs makes the album 40 minutes and if you’re really feeling it you’ll be like damn, I wish there was more.”

I wanted to know more, so I caught up with Majestik Originality to find out more about his music, his history, and the name altering effect Mijente and BlackPlanet had on him. He also discussed the open mic scene in NYC, and a chance encounter he had with Immortal Technique at one way back in 2001.

Read the full interview at RapReviews.com.

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