E.P: Moment of Truth
Armed with the swagger and ambitions of a Jay Z coupled with the heart of Pac and the skill laden and sometimes controversial lyricism of an Eminem; yet with a unique and instantly identifiable accent, this Nigerian U.S based lyrical genius, bred in one of the most crisis prone towns known to Africa called Warri, situated in the troubled Niger-Deltas of Nigeria, where 'echoes of incessant gun fire and explosions are an almost everyday occurrence,' possesses the strenght and tenacity to revolutionize the modern day American hip hop music scene through his sometimes combative fast-action and oh-so-poetic rhythm and rhyme ethic. His name is Fishé and he's got a whole lot to say. His music is undoubtedly original, devoid of any pretence, poignant in the eyes of oppositions and can sometimes be explicitly blunt and vaguely obscene. With beats highly syncopated, stripped-down and organic, the result is an in-your-face brand of hip hop that sounds like no other but possesses the heart and muscle of the greatest MCs ever heard. With just a little less than a year as a residence of the United States Fishé, undoubtedly Africa's most potent pound for pound lyricist, is set to drop his highly anticipated debut E.P Moment of Truth scheduled for a 2005 spring break release.