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You can like Marcanum X on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/pages/Marcanum-X/153642961324502
You can hear more of his music here: marcanumx.bandcamp.com

Here is his story behind his song "Me, Myself, and I":
"Most know me as a freestyling, punchline, lyrical & wordplay emcee that can take and use any word to my advantage (except cursing or vulgarity, of course) to make something out of nothing. One minute you’ll hear me use Halo references. Then you’ll hear me use a Back to the Future reference, a John Williams reference, a Kendrick Lamar reference, Tech N9ne, Mass Effect, the NRA, Harvey Dent, etc. What do all of those have in common? Me describing and flipping so many nouns and verbs to describe things in both serious and funny ways from my perception. The song on this project was titled "Me, Myself & I”, and at first; I honestly had no concept behind this track at all (except the ideas fans would generate in their minds from my punchlines), and then it came to me. One, I wrote this song lyric for lyric. Two, I made the beat from scratch, no samples involved. My imagination directed me where this needed to go. After I recorded it, I mixed & mastered it. So to sum everything up, I wrote it (Me), I produced it (Myself), and finally; I mixed and mastered it (I). I didn’t realize that I explained it in the hook: “Me, Myself & I, we mold this sound! / Everything in sight gets thrown around! / If you think you’re hard, then show me now! / There’s no way, there’s no way you’ll take me down!” Me, Myself & I made this track. It’s 100% original and unique (not to mention this track is the very first song I’ve ever made singing on it). Not one person can challenge that, even if they sarcastically dare to or seriously believe otherwise in word and/or action."


from The Lost Scrolls: LDS Hip Hop Compilation Vol. 1, released November 11, 2013



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