In contrast with most hip-hop artists, he carries a discrete level of uniqueness as an esteemed artist. While seasoning his witty word play by choosing not to use derogatory or foul language, he also finds no need to glorify drugs, sex or violence in his music. Known as the “Moveman,” Caliph captivates his audience simply through his ability to make them dance and through his thought-provoking lyrics. Caliph is no stranger to the hip-hop scene. He has collaborated with such artists as Murphy Lee of the St. Lunatics, Naledge of Kidz in the Hall, MF GRIMM of Day by Day Entertainment, Serengeti, Hi Fidel and MF BASH.
Though Caliph admits his respect for hip-hop artists and emcees such as Jay-Z, Rakim, Wu-Tang and The Lost Boyz, he sees fit to stand in a league of his own and that he does nobly with “Cipher Inside.” Loudmouth Music Management/Booking/Promotion 1709 Washington Ave #805 • St. Louis, MO 63103 • 314-249-3558 www.myspace.com/natocaliph Nato Caliph Cipher Inside With many musical accomplishments under his belt along with his degree of conviction, devotion and persistence, Caliph has shown that he has what it takes to excel in the music industry. He carries a level of humility which has served to set him apart from the pack of shallow emcees and paradoxically elevated him to a larger than life persona. All the while, Nato Caliph mesmerizes his audiences, engaging their minds and making their bodies move. The entire album provides an experience that is altogether satisfying and reveals lyrical expression that unarguably borders on a level of high giftedness. Track after track, the 'Move' man displays impeccable timing, intelligent concepts and strong lyricism over soothing, well developed beats, easily surpassing the bar of what is expected of a top-quality Hip-Hop album. Christopher Schamber, Sentient Productions [Nato Caliph] has a quiet determination that is hard to resist.
He has created an album that is the perfect antidote to flashy, shallow hip hop, and one that deserves attention. source: www.RapReviews.com reviewed by Patrick Taylor Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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