Admittedly, what had first enticed me to give the Norwich bred MC Natrill’s début EP a listen is the knowledge that the production had been skilfully mastered by some unquestionably undisputed talents. These would include NYC’s experienced beat maker Elbe Kim, the world-renowned Anno Domini, the widely recognised High Focus veteran Leaf Dog as well as the steadily reputable UK based sound engineer Dan Griffiths. Sam Ridgway’s intricate imagery on the album cover only enhanced the feeling that I’d stumbled across something special.
(Oh, and did I forget to mention that it’s been made available for free?)
This review has been contributed to ukhh.com:
The album is available (free) from Natrill’s bandcamp page below – and be sure to also check out his battle rapping that’s featured on Don’t Flop: