As an emcee, Kenton isn’t trying to be the next Big L, but he’s got a pop sensibility, an intelligent outlook, and a knack for making instantly likable beats. Kenton’s flow has the bounce of Chiddy and he’s also equipped with the ability to blend genres (think B.o.B, not Theophilus). Earmilk premiered his latest album Creative Destruction 2, which Kenton calls his best to date. Check it out/download it below.
Of the album, Kenton said:
I believe I struck a solid balance with Creative Destruction 2. I kept the album short and relevant, there’s no fluff on this project. It’s all self-produced and I was able to include two great features to round out the album. This is my best work to date and the momentum is amazing.