M.anifest Reveals Why He Switched His Style Of Rap

TOM WALLACE ¥ [email protected] Assign: 00003709A slug: night0711 July 3, 2008 Local rapper M.anifest performed last Thursday night during Mill City Museum's summer concert series in Minneapolis. The series takes place inside the Ruins Courtyard Ñ once an abandoned eight-story flour mill that suffered a devastating fire in 1991.

Ghanaian award-winning rapper has revealed why he switched from his old style of rapping to his current flow.

M.anifest moved to Minneapolis-St Paul, USA in 2001 to attend Macalester College, where he graduated in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in economics.

In 2007, M.anifest released his first solo album, Manifestations which was funded by royalties he received from lending his voice to a Pepsi jingle that played nationally on U.S radio. Manifestations earned him Songwriter of the year Honors in the City Pages as well as top five albums of the year recognition in the Star Tribune. That is how the music Career of M.anifest took off.

A tweet showcasing M.anifest performing Babylon Breakdown live in Minneapolis at Circa 2009 surfaced highlighting M.anifests old type of flow. However, a fan @Gash4eva quoted the video asking M.anifest why he switched from his old style to the current style.

In a reply, M.anifest said, Dear @gash4eva I left that version of me in Minneapolis in 2011. He was great but had to make room for new me who is pretty awesome too

We now understand why the switch happened.

Source: Kuulpeeps

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