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All You Need To Know About Avalanche The Architect
This is the perfect one for you If rap is something you love. Avalanche The Artist, who is a rapper who has brought 90s-style rap back into mainstream music. The song Talk The Talk was released last month and has already had over 150 thousand views. The idea behind his new song was that rappers are getting a rap-related charge for their lyrics. Avalanche has been charged over his lyrics to his rap songs and rap lyrics. Avalanche is known for conquering the entire world with his rap songs. His videos have been watched millions of times. His Twitter feed is frequently up-to-date and receives thousands of likes. Avalanche is also a businessman who is effectively managing his social media and business on the online platform. The YouTube channel of Avalanche is filled with great hip-hop videos. Each video he uploads is viewed by a large number of people. Avalanche is adored by people across the globe because of his unique ability and enthusiasm. See this Toronto Rappers website for details.

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About Avalanche The Architect
Avalanche (a 90s-era hip-hop artist) is determined to change the music industry through his music. Avalanche was born and was raised in America. His music is a representation of America. The rapper currently lives in Toronto. The rapping he does with his fast and furious speed is a unique style that is well-matched with an unrivalled rhyme structure. His vocal prowess is balanced out by the lyrics that tell a story of his life. His dedication to his craft is the result of the discipline that he's developed through both his personal and professional MMA fighting/training. His Youtube videos are growing in popularity. Avalanche is an Toronto resident who has been steadily recording and putting together a full-length album and mixtape. He is currently posed to release both within the coming year.

Toronto rapper Avalanche The Architect, from Toronto, is not new to controversy. The Architect's latest single "Nigga Nigga Nigga Nigga Shoo Kill" has created quite a stir! This wartime song, which lasts for just 5 minutes and 40 seconds includes 57 references. That's more than 10 per minute! Do not get me wrong even though it has violent lyrics, this song is a masterclass of similes and metaphors. The song also has clever words and phrases that can knock top boxers out of their seats. "I ain’t granting you chances whenever I'm giving you a shots" or "Rubix Cube the way that I’m spinning blocks" These lines run for over five minutes. The song is very similar to the Canibus song 100 bars of the latter part of the 90s. Avalanche is probably the most sleepy lyricist in the game. It is because of the loud, rough voice that he uses to deliver these blasts of violence. Sometimes, it is overshadowed by his lyrical swagger. If we're talking about bar-heavy lyrics I'd rank him next to Big Pun and Lloyd Banks. Check out this Horror core blog for details.

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You can tell that he's not making up stories of people he hasn't met. This is what makes his music so enjoyable. Like his song, "There ain’t a social community in the city that doesn’t know me, Ask the mob I'm working with kills all alone by my lonely," I don't mean he is a murderer for the mob, but I did have the pleasure of meeting Avalanche in a Portuguese social club/cafe on College street. That's the part of Toronto Canada best known for "Soprano” type activities. It was fascinating to observe how easily he was able to integrate with the black community in such a setting. Avalanche stated that his name was derived from his martial arts instructor who told me that the way he did it was similar to an Avalanche. His former neighborhood called him The Architect because He was friends with all social groups.

I was able to witness Avalanche's architect-side when I hung out with him throughout the entire day. After the social gathering, I found myself at a clubhouse for bikers where he appeared to be the guest of honor. This brought my mind back to his hit song "Lyrical Mastery" in which he sings "I'm in the clubhouse with an entire group of one percenters who are in the clubhouse talking about how you got steppers" It becomes more apparent Avalanche wasn't just rapping but providing the listener with the insider view of his life. Avalanche is the Architect. Do not let that stop you from giving him a kudos. Have a look at this awaken blog for updates.

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