15 Korean Rappers You Should Know That Aren’t Psy
Around early 2000, Korean hip-hop landscape was filled with Timb-boots-stomping, boom-bap aficionados. During the height of such verbal spews and neck-snapping music stood Deepflow, whose first output Vismajor, decked with chopped samples and brusque commandments immediately caught the attention of hardcore hip-hop heads. His 2011 effort Heavy Deep retained the classic East Coast golden era sentiments while also uplifting the bravura to an evolved soundscape. Lately, Deepflow heads a crew known as Vismajor and looks to release a compilation album.