Madchild - Lawn Mower Man

Posted 3 years ago
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Underground emcee Madchild of Swollen Members fame has unleashed his latest full-length collection of solo material, Lawn Mower Man. The Vancouver veteran's fourth album in total, the set follows 2012's Dope Sick. The project will feature 14 fresh records, among them Booth-approved singles "Nature of the Beast," "Underground King" and "It Gets Better." Bishop Lamont, JD Era, Prevail, Slaine and Sophia Danai are just a few of the many notable artists to make guest appearances throughout the LP, which boasts production from the likes of C-Lance, Chin Injeti, Rob The Viking and The iKonz.

Lawn Mower Man is now available for purchase via Battle Axe/Suburban Noize Records. The DJBooth also has the album available as a free, exclusive stream.

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