The spring of April 14th 2014 marked the official return of "hood famous" West London rapper Ember
Phoenix. During his hiatus, the Trinidad born MC was hard at work honing his songwriting skills, working with Alwayz Recording (home to urban artists Chip and Paigey
Cakey) as well as working internationally.
The street album 'Dungeons & Dragons' sees the wordsmith take his music to another level, striking a perfect balance between singing and rhyming, which has earned comparisons to his rap peers Drake and Kanye West.
Already creating a buzz with the standout single 'All on me' receiving radio airplay (Bang Radio) and industry acclaim, Dungeons & Dragon promises to treat the listener to an array of street anthems with tracks like 'Bummy' and 'Bun a Bridge'.
However, on 'Apple Mac' a chopped and screwed-like track referencing computer lingo is where Ember's wordplay excels. Lines like "They just wanna tag in the pics and compress all the chicks, that like to pull downloads of zips."
Ember switches gear on 'Epic Love' a gothic dubstep ballad that sets the tone for the project. Dungeons & Dragon is a solid example of an urban artist expanding their sound to a wider audience whilst still remaining loyal to core his fan base.