A world-wide performer hailing from Long Beach California before moving to the South East side of Hawaii on the island of Pahoa, Matt Maddox is making his long anticipated return to hip-hop with the prodigious release Righteous Fury.
Already highly appraised across the international hip-hop media, the album follows his 2010 debut album Asylum Artistry and aims to give supporters a personal insight into the man behind the microphone. The release aspires to address the obstacles he has overcome in life through a hellfire of lyrical artillery with a number of enticing collaborations. We spoke with Maddox about his background, the creational processes in writing Righteous Fury, the perspectives and intentions behind the release and what the future has in store for him.
This interview has been contributed to British Hip-Hop: