Matt Citron Aims To Purify His Soul As He Reaches The Next Plateau (Video)

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Atlanta, Georgia’s Matt Citron has been making a lot of noise the past year. It was one calendar ago Matt spiced up a sacred Just Blaze production for Jay Electronica with his seasoned “Tabasco Flows.” The MC with the nimble delivery and deeper voice stepped ahead, working with G.O.O.D. Music’s CyHi The Prynce on their hometown area code homage video “404.”

Backed by ATL’s DJ/radio mainstay Greg Street, Citron closed ’16 with his Final Moments Of Forever album. Looking to make a big introduction apart from freestyles and features, the LP opens with “Save My Soul.” The video single finds the MC charting his climb into the industry, while seeking atonement for his sins. Listen closely, and Heads can hear that this artist refuses to cut corners or make dirty deals to be heard. He’s simply a man on a Mission, looking to purify himself and music at once.

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