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    Future X Taps The Game & Willie J Stinson For “Mad Scientist”

    Coming out hot from the streets of Connecticut is rising rhymer, Future X.

    Although he’s been making music for years, recently he’s been making his presence felt. When it comes to his clever lyricism, he draws inspiration from his surroundings. Capturing your attention immediately, his raw, authentic, and unfiltered sound will keep you hooked.

    With a few singles and projects under his belt, he hopes to gain international recognition. With the release of his well-received Iceman5: God Is Cold project earlier this year, he connects with a big name for his upcoming track, “Mad Scientist.”

    His new trendy track, “Mad Scientist,” was released via the YANKLAND label featuring fellow CT-based singer Willie J. Stinson and West Coast rapper The Game. On the record, Willie J. Stinson provides an amazing chorus. While Future X and The Game get gritty lyrically as they share some social commentary.

    Future X cleverly flips lines about the new world, Africa as the motherland, being oppressed by Uncle Sam, and even mentions the “Goldeneye 64” video game. Additionally, listeners will be delighted for this new release because it features The Game’s signature flow and brashness.

    “Mad Scientist” has an East meets West vibe to it, with a touch of soul thrown in for good measure. Future X aka Future Allah, born Anthony Walser in Hartford, Connecticut, uses his talents to speak on life experiences and promote self-empowerment and growth in a raw and unfiltered manner. He cites 2Pac, The Game, Nas, and Jay-Z as early influences and has made it his mission to create music that connects with the people just as much as those who came before him.

    When it comes to his career, he began with The Pre-Season project. Since, he has kept his name prominent through his “Iceman” series, “The Nueprint”, “Love Me Now” series, and many others. Overall, if you’re not tapped into this thriving talent then this is your chance.



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