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Genre: Rap

Website: http://myspace.com/amadeusthestampede

MP3 (click name to download; click player to stream):
Company of Saints

Deadly Toxins featuring Reks


Amadeus the Stampede is an unstoppable force in Hip Hop. Quoted as being "One of the craziest lyricists in rap". He strangles hard core rhythms with a fury of insanity in his rhymes. In stalking the streets of Boston Massachusetts, Amadeus The Stampede has solidified himself as one of the best up and coming MCs in Hip Hop .

While battling schizophrenia for the past six years, the Stampede has laid a foundation for a promising career in music. With hundreds of shows under his belt and a lengthy catalogue of original music, the madman shows no signs of slowing down. His next release "House of Broken Mirrors" is set out to be his best work to date under the direction of Leedz of Leedz Edutainment. "Its a concept album that takes you on a journey into his mind through stages of battling mental illness, drug abuse, violence, and more. Plus maintaining a relationship with his friends and family while trying to stay alive in the streets of Boston. Hes pushing boundaries with his musical content through his life experiences. Few people have yet to experience this latest work, yet i promise it to be a life altering experience" says Leedz. The album feautres collaborations from Slaine, Reef The Lost Cauze, Reks, Rite Hook, and J The S. Plus heavyweight production from Matty Trump, Guns N Butter, J.Ferra, and more. House of Broken Mirrors is scheduled for release in 2009,

"I'm self made. I chose to walk this path. I wasn't lead here by anyone. It's time for me to take on the responsibility of being a man. This is my life's work. A conceptual display of thought, emotion, and action that is the sum of it's parts and the result of science, math, and art. Crafted with reckless abandon and presented with love and respect." says Amadeus the Stampede. "And I have found both freedom and safety in my madness. The freedom of loneliness and the safety from being understood, for those who understand us enslave something in us." Khalil Gibran.