MKD has been active on the Birmingham Hip-Hop scene now for over decade, starting out as a member of Royalist back in 2000. He has been steadily making a name for himself now as a solo artist too, with a string of credible collaborations with artists up and down the UK, as well as national support from radio stations, mixtape deejays and some of the UK’s most respected Hip-Hop websites and blogs. MKD is solidified as an integral part of the flourishing Birmingham Hip-Hop scene.
Here MKD drops a ten track street album entitled ‘Quantity of Quality‘, which has been released as a free download in conjunction with leading UK mixtape giants UK Runnings and Midlands based recording label Jailhouse Records. The project is entirely produced by Sir Tomz, as well as featuring guest spots from Nih’illi, 209, Sir Tomz and Bosstype. The project is also complimented by an excellent music video for the first track ‘Too Powerful‘ which has also been well received.
When asked about this project he stated, “the plan here is to upset the current state of Hip Hop! As an artist I have been losing interest and feeling frustrated by the fact that there are too many followers and not enough leaders”. With his release “Quality Over Quantity” MKD along with many other UK Rap fans believe that this project will easily live up to its name, as he gets deep and creative, touching on a diverse array of topics bringing you an organic sound that is currently missing from the game. MKD takes it back the real essence of Hip-Hop music and does it with style.
MKD – Too Powerful (Produced by Sir Tomz) Music Video
01. Too Powerful (Produced by Sir Tomz)
02. The Truth (Produced by Sir Tomz)
03. Trapped Feat. Nih’illi (Produced by Sir Tomz)
04. Food Fight Part2 (Produced by Sir Tomz)
05. Dont Want Nutten Feat 209 & Nih’illi (Produced by Sir Tomz)
06. Police Feat. Sir Tomz (Produced by Sir Tomz)
07. Daydreaming Feat. Nih’illi (Produced by Sir Tomz)
08. Sex Tape (Produced by Sir Tomz)
09. Jailhouse Party Feat. Bosstype & Nih’illi (Produced by Sir Tomz)
10. MKD (Produced by Sir Tomz)