Madison | LST - OBLIVION

Posted 2 years ago
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On its own, OBLIVION may not sound like a very appealing destination. When your chaperone is Madison | LST, well, that's an entirely different story.

The NYC-born, L.A.-based rhymesayer's independent debut album, financed with $25,000 worth of Kickstarter donations from his fans, consists of 10 brand new tracks. Awarded a phenomenal 4.6-star average rating from our readership, lead single "Even When It Hurts" offers just a taste of what the listener can expect from the project, which boasts guest contributions from Drew Vision, Haile Supreme, Kiah Victoria and Le'Asha Julius. JFK, Prafit and TonyDex handle production duties.

Released as an Earmilk-exclusive stream on Monday, June 30, the project is available now for free streaming and full download in The DJBooth.

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