Successfully branding yourself as an outcast is definitely easier said than done. The risk of alienating or positioning the music to speak to particular demographics opposed to rapping from a general standpoint to herd more fans in is simply one record labels can't afford to take in this day and age. As a direct consequence, they run a congruent risk of producing multiple clones in every genre. Thankfully, everyone isn't afraid to roll the dice and it is with such precise gambling techniques does the tenacious duo of Malcolm & Martin make the house rules with producer DJ Revolution on their debut album Life Doesn't Frighten Me.
Giving new definitions to the term "freedom writers," Kb Imean and Styliztik Jones impressively deliver gritty street philosophies to mold the layout of their general concourse. While neither officially lay claim to one respective activist over the other, the ambiguity of the matter allows for an influential blend of brainy raps and enjoyable Hip-Hop. Straightforward in their approach with nearly practically deadpan deliveries, the duo spark whiplash responsiveness with their lead single, "<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2011/01/malcolm-and-martin-movement-music-video">Movement Music</a>.