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Fresh Outta Da Federal Building[CD]
~ Eno(Duplicated CD)
Hailing from the Arthur Capers section of Southeast Washington, DC, Eno explodes on to the underground rap scene with his debut LP 'Fresh Out Da Federal Building Vol. 1'. If your first thought was a MixTape, you have most certainly been proven wrong. After recently being released from federal prison, Eno along with Pimp The Game Records headed straight to the studio with one mission in mind. And that was to switch the hustle from the streets to the music industry. He immediately realized who he could call on for help with this task, enlisting the help of one of the DMV's most exclusive producers, Da Tracdealer, and the rest was history. From track 1, Eno grabs the listener's attention by taking them in to the mind of a young convict with nothing to lose. While shouting, 'Pimp The Game Records', he is boisterous in commanding the center stage for what is yet to come. By track 5, 'One Take', he has already proven himself with out a doubt. Through his lyrics one can visualize the struggle of the streets, letting you know he knows exactly what he speaks. On the production side the chemistry between Eno and Da Tracdealer is magical. With every beat thrown, Eno is able to deliver a hit with fire verses and killer hooks. These two make a team that is hard to beat. A good sports analogy would be, as Stockton was to Malone, Da Tracdealer is to Eno. With Da Tracdealer serving the assist, Eno goes in for the score. With this drive and killer combo they're destined to win the game. 'Fresh Out Da Federal Building Vol. 1' also tells the story of a young man fresh home from prison, struggling to becoming legal. He expands the imagination by spanning songs from 'Welcome 2 The Strip' to 'A Hustlers Wife', giving everyone something they can relate to. Eno shows a good glimpse of the raw talent that is locked behind bars in the prison system across the nation. Now with a second chance on life, he is determined to get his message heard. With the current success of his first recorded underground album, he definitely has a promising future in the music industry. Look for Eno and Pimp the Game Records to be flooding the rap game with much more fire in the years to come. The path has been set for Eno and his "Fresh Out Da Federal Building" series, and that path leads to the top... -ColaMan of LAW.
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