Matt Movin Is A Great Artist

Matt Movin Is A Great Artist

28-year-old Matt Movin’ is certainly living up to his moniker as his momentum has been nothing short of nonstop. He is making a definite impact and name for himself. I truly look forward to what the future holds in store for this young man.

There’s a slight crack in Matt Movins’ voice that makes him enjoyable to listen to along with a bouncy fast-paced yet melodic delivery at times almost reminiscent of an earlier Bone Thugs N Harmony that I have to say is a nice change of pace given the hip hop industry (as of late) has been seemingly congested with clones of every ‘new hot sound’ appearing left and right.

However, while having a unique sound and delivery is imperative to making a concrete statement, and though this is just as impressive as it is original it is still only just a piece of the pie. To truly be great an artist must not only possess but be well versed in their lyrical and linguistic abilities respectively as well.

Just a brief listen to Matt Movin’ will reveal that lyrically this guy has definitely earned all of his stripes and possibly even a Medal of Honor. The metaphor “me I’m just sayin no Goku Vegeta” is probably one of my favorites thus far. You can find that same metaphor along with countless others on the track entitled “Anyone with me” on the project “Basic Instincts.” I also learned of an album release coming the 23rd of this month and I’m looking forward with great anticipation to seeing what all Movin’ has in store on this project. I myself didn’t preorder even though the option to is posted everywhere the name Matt Movin is associated with simply because I don’t pay for music unless I love it, and I have no way of knowing if I love something without having heard it. That said, i look forward to hearing “Movin Be Movin” later this month. I am more than confident that Matt Movin is an ever growing artist, an extremely talented young man, and will only continue to impress us all. To wrap this up I want to say it is not an opinion. It is a proven fact. A good artist will bring a crowd. A great artist will bring a noisy one.

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