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Manafest - 'Epiphany'

The Basics - Manafest - 'Epiphany'

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Manafest - Epiphany

Manafest - Epiphany

  • Style: Hip-Hop
  • 13 Songs
  • Released July 2005

The Review - Manafest - 'Epiphany'

Chris Greenwood, known as Manafest, used to be a skater. A foot injury took him off of the board and into a different direction. He hooked up with fellow Canadian, Trevor McNevan of Thousand Foot Krutch and the rest, as they say, is history.

On his debut release with BEC Recordings, Manafest brings a variety of beats to the table. Some serious rock licks back him up on some cuts, while he goes a little old school on others and then shifts to a more modern hip-hop sound on a few more. Lyrically, Manafest covers ground from witnessing to others to the pressures of living in the 21st century to living for God.

Overall, this is a strong debut and it makes a big statement for this young artist. In a world where a career-ending injury could easily lead one to blame God, Chris Greenwood has gone the other way and he's done it well.

Track List - Manafest - 'Epiphany'

  1. Rodeo
  2. Skills (featuring Trevor McNevan from TFK)
  3. What I Got to Say
  4. Rockin' Me
  5. Not Ready to Die
  6. U Don't Know Me
  7. Quit Thuggin'
  8. Let It Go (featuring Bre)
  9. Changes
  10. Manafesto
  11. Stressed Out
  12. My Life
  13. Be Yourself

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