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M Slago / Press

“Highly enjoyable throughout and worthy of repeated, regular listening, one of them was 'Old Jonesy', an instrumental project from an artist who is arguably one of the best-kept secrets in hip hop, M Slago.”

“Creating an instrumental hip hop album is no easy task. It’s one thing to come up with some grooves that an emcee can hop on, but it’s another to keep your listeners’ attention with just drum beats and melodies over the course of forty four minutes. The good news here is that listening to an album like Old Jonesy quickly shows you just how talented and creative M. Slago is.”

“M Slago also has this uncanny ability to perfectly place the snare, bells, whistles and of course that bass just in the right spot so as to carry you with him as opposed to run you off because of sheer annoyance.”

“The release(Homeboy Sandman's "All That I Hold Dear") was produced entirely by M Slago, a Dallas beatmaker reminiscent of 9th Wonder. As with the North Carolina producer, Slago’s beats are hardy and stuffed with plenty of soul.”

“M. Slago has been throwing out heat with ferocity of the July sun on a hot summer day…the beats are so hot they’re almost oppressive!”

“M Slago has become one of my favorite producers of 2010 and this single he hit us off with from the upcoming “Rampage EP” has nothing to change that fact.”

“Think J.Dilla playing at Cafe Del Mar or on a beach in Goa somewhere. This is an instrumental tape Texan producer M Slago and his style is a fusion of old school hip hop, jazz and ambient...”

“I don't know too much about the artist M Slago, but I can certainly testify to his offering on this effort”

“I just got word from the homie M. Slago, that I could release Batteries Not Included. And I’ve been bumpin’ it all morning, the homie M. Slago hasn’t missed a beat. Batteries Not Included is a must download…”

“So the homie M. Slago is a true student off Hip-Hop. When he’s not moonlighting as co-host of 89.3fm’s (Dallas, Tx.) Hip-Hop show “Knowledge Dropped Lessons Taught” with living legend DJ EZ Eddie D, he’s usually making music.”