FERGUSON MUSICIAN RELEASES REFLECTIVE EP
(ST. LOUIS, MO – JAN. 18, 2016) – On Monday, Jan. 18, Ferguson
rapper, Monstta, releases EP, reflecting on life post-Ferguson uproar
on Canfield Drive. Life on Canfield Drive drastically changed, as the
rapper’s front yard soon became a tourist spot.
The EP, “Canfield Drive,” entices listeners as Monstta exhibits a
relatable persona through his strategic flows.
“It took so long because I felt like I couldn’t release another song
without explaining my current situation,” Monstta says.
The 22-year-old rapper/producer rattled the hip-hop scene in 2014
throughout various blogs and local shows with his debut single, “Set it
“Canfield Drive,” is released in anticipation of Monstta’s debut mixtape
entitled, “Every 28 Hours.” The title stems from a Black man being
killed every 28 hours in America. Monstta will produce many songs on
the tape, while spotlighting police brutality and life in Ferguson.
“It’s like when you look out the window and expect sh*t to change,
and it never does,” Monstta says.
Fans should prepare for the release of Monstta’s mixtape, “Every 28
Hours” on February 15. For inquires about production or features,
please contact Monstta at firstname.lastname@example.org. To set up an
interview, please contact Kayla Harrison at KayDoesItPR@gmail.com.