Long Beach rapper Matt Maddox, now based in Kansas in America’s midwest, releases his sophomore solo album “Righteous Fury” on 25th February via Red Phone Records / Seven 13 Music.

He follows in the international theme of his original Guerilla War Tactix crew with features and production from both sides of the Atlantic, including C Lance of Jedi Mind Tricks, Vanderslice, the UK’s Edd Bundy & turntablist DJ TMB, Tragedy Khadafi, Reef the Lost Cauze, Sicknature of the Snowgoons, Nemesis, Skammadix, King Magnetic and many more.

UK online publication Blacksheep Magazine have reported on authentic hip hop with superior beats and lyricism for many years, and their writer Andrew Kay gave “Righteous Fury” a test drive to see how it delivered

A 4 star review which dissects the production, lyrical content & flow, particularly his comparison of the legacy left by the true greats to some contemporary representation of the genre in “No Country For Old Men” is summarized “Maddox might come from the Mid-West, but don’t let that judge it or fool you- he’s the real deal: a post recession MC that says something, keeps your head rocking, your brain ticking and giving rap some injection of purpose. Not a moment too soon!

Read the whole review HERE

Matt Maddox hits the road soon with Reef the Lost Cauze and Adlib for a mini tour of the States, with subsequent dates being scheduled for Canada, the UK & Europe and Australia, as well as a performance at SXSW

You can catch him at any of the following:

Feb 20th- Allentown, PA Pitchers Lounge
Feb 21st- Quakertown, PA The Eagle
Feb 22nd- Staten Island, NY The Full Cup
Feb 23rd- Atlantic City, NJ Gran Fromage
Feb 28th- Spartanburg, SC Mirrors Gentlemens Club
March 1st- Ashville, NC Haywood Lounge
March 2nd- Norfolk, VA The Iguana
March 5th- Chicago, IL Sub T lounge
March 6th- Madison, WI
March 7th- Milwaukee, WI The Stone Fly
March 9th- Appleton, WI Capital Centre

There have been some official releases from the album, including his single with Tragedy Khadafi “Street Art” and the video for No Country for Old Men. Check em out

You can follow Matt on twitter @MattMaddox82 the magazine @Blacksheepmag and the labels @RedPhoneRecords & @Seven13Music The album can be pre-ordered on iTunes at http://georiot.co/3ILt

Look out for much more reviews and features coming in the weeks ahead. Any media requests for promotional copies of the album to review, for interviews, or to attend the shows mentioned above can be addressed to UrbanElite PR HERE

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Long Beach rapper Matt Maddox, currently based in Kansas in America’s mid west, releases his second solo album Righteous Fury on 25th February, four years after his solo debut “Asylum Artistry”

Been some time in the making, however he’s been on the heavy grind recently, releasing two official videos and a single in quick succession and putting together a live performance schedule for the year including an appearance at SXSW, a tour with Slaughterhouse and dates in the UK, Europe and Australia.

The ex Guerilla War Tactix member is recognized for his trademark raw & raucous delivery style, a verbal onslaught of wordplay and lyricism while working with a range of quality international producers. UK online multi genre magazine Musiceyz took a listen through Righteous Fury and found it to represent the key hip hop musical elements to the max.

Read what they had to say HERE

The album which releases via Red Phone Records & Seven 13 Music includes features by Tragedy Khadafi, Reef The Lost Cauze, King Magnetic, the UK’s Edd Bundy, Swann and cuts throughout by DJ TMB, while production comes courtesy of The Snowgoons’ Sicknature, Skammadix, Jedi Mind Tricks’ C Lance, Vanderslice, Nemesis, Hellzwind, Engineer and Sultan Mir. Although 19 tracks long, it still comes in at under an hour in running time – a no nonsense, good ol’ fashioned hip hop banger from start to finish

The international iTunes pre order link is http://georiot.co/3ILt and expect to read much more about the release in the weeks ahead. Meantime, check out his single “Street Art” featuring Tragedy Khadafi, produced by Skammadix with cuts from DJ TMB

All press, magazine and media enquiries, including requests for promo copies of the album for review or artist interviews can be addressed to UrbanElite PR HERE

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