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Boomkat Product Review:
Compellingly mazy and manic rap from Tokyo outlier MA, blending ritualistic ancient Japanese lyrics with experimental backdrops made of field recordings
Imagine a Japanese answer to Sensational taking cues from Lil B’s ‘Rain In England’ and replacing the new age pads with industrial gravel and you’re almost in the headspace of ‘Ama’, the first we’ve heard from MA, the newest artist signed to Rabih Beaini’s Morphine Doser.
As outlandish as the label’s Senyawa releases to our ears, ‘Ama’ is a totally unique oddity that may well put many off from the first bars, but if you’ve the head to stick with it the album offers an endlessly fascinating disarray of styles that can't help up but fire up the imagination.