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Tuesday 24th April 2018

Indiana's Ben Knight releases 'Myld Stallyn' EP

Christian Nerdcore

SOUTHERN Indiana's Ben Knight has issued the 'Myld Stallyn' EP. He said, "After years of touring in pop, punk and rock bands I wanted to try something different. I discovered MC Lars several years ago and fell in love with his version of hip-hop. Soon after I discovered other nerdcore artists such as Megaran, MC Frontalot, Optimus Rhyme, Sammus and others. You could create hip-hop music and have fun with it. Sing/rap about comic books, video games, science fiction, movies. There are already so many hip-hop/rap artists out there and I wanted to stand out. My thought was to take the production and music seriously but make all of the lyrical content satirical. When I'm behind the mic, I want to entertain and give people a good show. That being said, when I have a mic in my hand, I also need to share the love of Christ and how he's changed my life." CR

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