Review: Tony Broke – Money In The Bag EP


It’s not often that we have the pleasure of receiving EP’s quite like Tony Broke’s latest venture: ‘Money In The Bag’. Having forged his rap career in the mid-2000’s the Liverpudlian lyricist’s reputation became proficient when he made up a crucial component towards the thriving legacy of the nation’s most unnerving hip-hop label; Blah Records. After releasing the legendary album ‘Tourettes Camp’ (2007) with the anti-innocuous Children Of The Damned posse and a five-year binge of collaborative projects, Tony Broke eventually produced his first solo release ‘Broke As F$£K’ (2013). It soon became an undisputed classic, receiving tremendous praise from the cult following Blah had steadily accumulated since its earlier emergence for having finally provided a platform of appreciation for Tony Broke’s abilities as a solo lyricist.

This review has been contributed to Fabricate – online magazine:



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