Enkore & Mo Boucher – Fall Of Babylon
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‘Fall Of Babylon’ within merely a few hours of release had producer Sez describing it as “the best old-school feel track of 2012…this tops everything, and Mo Boucher’s dub voice and flow was especially amazing,” and conscious rapper A-List applauding it’s “mindblowing lyrics and addictive flow.”
The song has two heavy weights of the Indian rap scene collaborating for the first time since Indian Flava – which is arguably the biggest Indian hip-hop collaboration to date, also featuring the likes of Ishq Bector, Brodha V, etc.
Enkore is a 20 year old MC hailing from Mumbai, part of the crew Munky Rhymz (his crew mate D’evil released his mixtape ‘Madman’ only recently). Mo Boucher, hailing from Hyderabad, is one of the veterans of the scene, known for his thought-provoking lyricism and reggae and dub-inspired flows with the lyricism and verse structure of rap.
‘Fall Of Babylon’ is produced by Allrounda Productions, and the 2 MCs take this opportunity to slander the systems of governance, oppression and other misplaced authority. Their performance has been praised to such extents where a follow-up collaboration is already being asked for from some quarters.
Enkore will have more music coming out soon, both solo as well as with Munky Rhymz partner D’evil, after spending the year juggling various commitments but collaborating with the best in the scene. Mo Boucher has seen a recent return to form, releasing his new song ‘Systemic Hypnosis’ only recently.
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