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Cyrus Malachi


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Cyrus Malachi burst onto the uk hip hop scene with his Triple Darkness crews 2008 release and debut album ‘Anathema’, an L.P which has become known as a uk classic, it brought one of the most unique, distinctive sounds ever heard on these shores, it was a dark, bone chilling epic, a harrowing journey through the neighbourhoods they grew up in, one of the vividest, most cinematic street narratives ever offered this side of the pond , infused with nuwaupic teachings and spiritual knowledge attained by the crews pusuit of wisdom, sparked by early hip hop influences, Cyrus Malachi had some of the most memorable verses on this project and it was clear to the listener he and his clique were no ordinary emcees, He then made another assault on the uk game in the same year as a heavy feature on the M9 solo project 144,000, his cameo’s on this body of work were monumental to say the least, one of the best was the cameo alongside M9 and Wu Tang Swordsmen Bronze Nazereth on the Beat Butcha produced soul windows where the three emcees flowed effortlessly to create a dusty loop, organic sample based soundscape riddled with the highest callibre of lyricsm In 2009 he became part of argueably the most talented group ever put together in Britain, The Orphans of Cush the group consisted of Kyza Smirnoff, Cyrus Malachi, Melanin 9, and Masikah, deemed by everyone as a certified supergroup unparralled in the scene, fans eagerly awaited the collosul mixtape ‘White Noize’ all year


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