Artist and producer Masta Pharaoh of the music collective World Movement has recently released his most versatile album yet titled ‘THE DRAGON’. The story of the album follows Pharaoh through his time of self-mastery and finding his truth represented by “the glow” and this is reflected in the music by Pharaoh seamlessly utilizing his many different vocal and production styles. In it, he brings out his influences such as Kendrick Lamar, Ludacris, Tyler The Creator, XXXTentacion and ScHoolboy Q among others.
As a visionary, artist, and producer Masta Pharaoh creates a cinematic experience through his music by displaying his versatility with various styles. They range from energetic, punk-esque moshpit music to silky auto-tuned cloud rap to gritty 90s boom bap vibes while inlaying a deep message. Rebellious, Denver’s Masta Pharaoh vies to stand out amongst the saturation in his city while building an empire with his collective known as World Movement. There is an interesting duality within Pharaoh’s music through his braggadocious attitude yet content nature in being true to himself and not folding to pressure. After years of development, Pharaoh yields a bright future and is a force to be reckoned with in the creative realm.