Birdman has returned from lands afar and he has brought along with him… educator, nerd, hip hop artist Random aka MegaRan.
Today on Review a Day, we take a break from the video games and put on something totally different… a hip hop album based on Final Fantasy 7 called “Black Materia”.
Birdman invites MegaRan onto the show to talk about the creation of Black Materia and its collaboration between its many artists such as The Ranger, Brentalfloss and many others.
It’s a review, it’s an interview and it’s a listening party all rolled into one!
You’ve got to admit it’s a pretty good deal eh?
If you like what you hear, go to Here and pick up Black Materia
Check out the Japan Remix of “Cry of the Planet”
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Pierce Derks original composition
MegaRan & Lost Perception-Avalanche
MegaRan & Lost Perception-Cry of the planet
MegaRan & Lost Perception-Aerith (Additional vocals by Spiral Arm)
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