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Scott Kent, also known as rapper Wolverine, adopted the persona of the famous Marvel comic
creation, full of rage and the unbreakable metal adamantium, long before Hugh Jackman
brought the character to movie screens. And while Jackman honed his craft at the
prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Kent also spent years honing
his in Perth, except he did it in cyphers, studios and live shows around the city. With
the release of his 3rd solo album, Street Music, players nationwide are soon going to need
adamantium speakers.

Any notions that Wolverine is just another rapper who has thrown together an album can be
quickly discarded; his new release has been almost five years in the making and during
this time he has accumulated a staggering hundred plus tracks.

A relentless, dark tone runs through most of Street Music, and he excels when he draws on
his real life experiences to tell stories on The Poor Boy, Back In The Day and Go Thru
Production on the album was handled by Wolverine himself and his DJ Rob Skaker.
But the stand out tracks are the one's were Wolverine unleashes his wrath and seems to
devour everything before him, The opening Wolfs Hunting is a barrage of hate as the man
himself spits, "Dont hold back, this is anger rap".
Reborn and Aint Fuckin' Around seem to cut through the speakers, but it's not all doom and
gloom,pure lyrical talent is showcased on tracks such as Street Legend, Burn and the two
collaborative gems;
Road Warriors with Graphic from Clandestein and the highly addictive Higher Calibre with
Dazastah from Downsyde fame.

He has also performed at some of Australia's premier live venues, and his intense live
show has seen him share the stage with acts including Blackalicious, Method Man, Redman,
Gza, Muggs, Foreign Legion, Brad Strut, Art of War, Downsyde, Hospice Crew, Bias B, The
Funkoars and SBX.

Its been a long road, but with a national tour coming up and another album titled The
Maestro in the works, Wolverine is about to be unleashed into the national spotlight.

Joshua Hayes (Writer for X Press Magazine)

Track listing :

01. Wolf's Hunting
02. Street Legend
03. Westside Story
04. The Poor Boy
05. All In
06. Nothing To Lose
07. Road Warriors (Ft. Graphic from Clandestein)
08. Back In The Day
09. Walk The Walk
10. Burn
11. Higher Calibre (Ft. Dazastah from Downsyde)
12. Aint Fuckin Around
13. Reborn
14. It's All Lies
15. Go Thru Hell
16. Outro


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