As serious as he needs to be, Hush's funky bass loops and hip-hop dance rhythms are remiscent of the funked -out 70's, but his approach to their delivery is new. Dominatingly sexy, Hush challenges the current goings-on in popular rap with a stripped-down, "Just the facts, m'am."approach to his rhymes. A new-fangled Detroit modus operandi, will be Hush's claim to fame.

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