Manafest drops new tracks

2014-07-16 by Kars Landman | 6 Comments
Hip Hop artist Manafest has dropped two new tracks from his upcoming album The Moment.

'Edge of My Life' serves as the album's lead single, while 'Diamonds' features a guest spot from Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch.

The Moment will drop August 5 on BEC Recordings.

Edge of My Life:




Diamonds:



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Shiranui
July 16th 2014
532 Comments


Diamonds is kinda cool, but Edge of my Life is awfully uninspired.

Beardog
July 16th 2014
1453 Comments


Yeah I like diamonds the most too

skoopy48
July 16th 2014
1864 Comments


Never been a fan of this guy outside of a couple songs and these tracks didn't change that.

Emim
July 17th 2014
27408 Comments


He really needs to abandon the nu-metal rapping style

Cimnele
July 17th 2014
1238 Comments


the name had me expecting power metal for some reason

Beardog
July 17th 2014
1453 Comments


^ lol



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