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Anything worth possessing is worth sacrificing, even fighting for, and your career is no exception to the rule. For the Wichita, Kansas native Antimosity, the nine years that he has been grinding to maximize his full potential as a hip hop recording artist has been well worth the wait. With the advent of his independent debut album, Locals Only on Madwest Music Group, the charismatic wordsmith is well prepared for everything coming his way, because he worked hard to get here.
Antimosity began writing rhymes at the young age of twelve and over the years his music has grown and matured from unformatted written freestyles to eloquent,genre-bending, politically charged, musically adventurous, and genuinely entertaining full length songs. He uses metaphor and exaggeration to drive home his message; intellect and the gift of gab allowed him to overcome more challenges in his youth than most people face in a lifetime. An avid music fan, Antimosity's influences range from Kool G Rap to the Yeah Yeah Yeah's. He draws inspiration from his beliefs, current events and his own personal life to shape a future in hip hop. Antimosity's aim is to smash the boundaries that divide Hip Hop and to be a universal voice for the enlightment and up liftment of all people, regardless of their differences.
With the upcoming independent release of his debut album, Locals Only, A third installment of the mix tape series WORD ON THE STREET ,continuing high voltage energy performances and a pending contract with a major it is easy to understand why the Naked City Magazine says "Antimosity is something honest and unapologetic while lacking the store-bought persona that so many rappers have". Antimosity's drive to write songs that bend the hip hop genre are politically fueled plus musically daring while entertaining audiences with powerful performances is unparalleled and will only continue to ripen with the more success he achieves. Feeling this form of antimosity is good for the soul.