Here's What You Need To Know About Avalanche The Architect |
If you're a person who is insane about hip-hop and pop music, then this one is ideal for you. Avalanche the architect, who is rapper, has brought 90s hip-hop back into the mainstream. The song he is releasing Talk The Talk was released about a month ago, and got more than 150 thousand views on it. The concept behind the song was rappers being held accountable for their lyrics. Avalanche, too, has been accused of the infringement of his lyrics. Avalanche is taking over the world with his rap music. The videos he has released have been watched by millions of times. His tweets are often shared on Twitter, and he receives thousands of likes. Avalanche is also an entrepreneur who runs his online business and social media. The YouTube channel of Avalanche is packed with stunning hip-hop videos. Every video he posts is viewed by many people each day. Avalanche has been admired by all over the globe for his extraordinary ability and passion. Check out this Toronto Rapper blog for details.
About Avalanche The Architect
Avalanche is a fantastic 90s rapper and he's trying revolutionize the music industry with his content. Avalanche was born in America and has lived the majority of his time in America. He is currently living in Toronto. He is well-known for his fierce, violent rapping. His unique style of delivery coincides with his unique rhyme structure. The power of his voice is offset by the lyrics that tell the story behind his life. His commitment to his craft stems from the discipline he's cultivated over the years from his personal and professional MMA training/fighting. Avalanche's presence on the internet is growing in online popularity every day, with numerous videos being uploaded to Youtube. Residing in Toronto, Avalanche has been steadily recording and preparing not just a full-length record but also a mixtape that will be available to the crowd. The singer is set to release both albums within the coming year.
Toronto hip-hop artist Avalanche the Architect isn't afraid to stir up controversy. His latest track, "Nigga Nigga Nigga Shot Shoot Kill", has already caused a lot of it. The wartime track that runs for 5 minutes and 40 seconds contains more than 57 references. This is more than 10 per minute! However, don't get too twisted. In spite of the lyrics that are violent, it is an expert in metaphors, similes, double-entendres clever wordplay and punchlines. The song is an absolute hit for boxers of the world. "I don't give you a chance in exchange for an opportunity" or"Rubix cube, spins the block” this goes on for more than 5 minutes. This song recalls Canibus's 100-bar tune from the late '90s. Avalanche is possibly the most unnoticed lyricist of the game. His loud and rough voice, which he occasionally employs to deliver his bars of rage, is what I believe sets him above the rest of his lyricism. If we're talking about bar-heavy lyrics I'd place him up with Big Pun and Lloyd Banks. See this Hip hop blog for more.
The aspect that makes his music entertaining, is the fact that you don't need to believe the stories that he tells. It's like his line, "There ain’t a social group in the city who does not know me, ask the mob I’m doing contract kills all alone by my solitude," I don't mean the singer is a killer for the mob, but I did get to meet Avalanche in an Portuguese cafe/social club on College street. That's the area of Toronto Canada best known for "Soprano” type activities. I was awed by the ease with which he integrated as an African-American in that environment. Avalanche explained his name comes from his martial arts coach who said when he fought it was like an Avalanche and his peers in his neighborhood called the Architect due to his friendship with every social group.
Avalanche allowed me to glimpse his architect side when I was there for the day. After the social club, I found myself at a biker clubhouse party where he appeared to be the man of honor which brought my mind back to the song "Lyrical Mastery" where he says "I'm in the clubhouse with a bunch of 1 percenters your on in the clubhouse, talking about the way you got your steppers" it becomes more and more apparent Avalanche was not just rapping but offering the listener a glimpse into his world. Avalanche The Architect is worthy of your support. Have a look at this twitter blog for info.