Da Inphamus Amadeuz is the embodiment of a real emcee. Suiting his rhymes with his signature raspy voice, wit, honesty, and intellect, the multi-hyphenate artist reflects on life experiences and societal issues.
His recent project Any Day Now (The Sequel) comprises a nostalgic essence, coupling boom-bap-ridden soundscapes with hard-hitting bars. From a lyrical POV, he seemingly demonstrates why his influence will outlive his competitors’. Likewise, the “Karats” spitter channels into a musical styling akin to the hip-hop greats. It’s been featured on BET Jams, Soul, Digital Billboards, SiriusXM, Power 105.1FM, and much more.
Besides schooling the modern rappers in Any Day Now (The Sequel), he also uses his top-tier wordplay to express his gratitude towards his daughter (“Paint A Picture”). Additionally, he drops gems through the speaker for every walk of life. Two tracks from the album even delve into the emotions he develops for a special lady. Circling back to the instrumentals, the 11-track record garners admiration from other genres like lo-fi and R&B. His overall sound exemplifies the grit and raw nature that hip-hop possesses. And it’s all thanks to New York’s rap veterans.
All things considered, listeners are taken back to an era when music had substance. Without delay, the New York-based artist takes us on an unforgettable musical journey. One that’s certain to prevail for many generations. One standout track from the project is “Forever Imphamus.”
“Forever Inphamus” supplies listeners with that old-school sound and condense bars. from the start, he passes along words of advice, saying, “Life is what you make it/Anything you want you gotta take it/Real OGs never fake it.”
Afterward, he drops rhymes about his notoriety in the hip-hop game.
“I been rhyming so long/It’s like I breathe through mics.“
Subsequently, he addresses the music industry’s current state, exposing record labels for focusing more on what’s trending instead of true talent.
He raps, “Cause they sign artist regardless if they not the hardest/So much time it took up/tryna get their bars and hooks up.”
As the song continues, he calls out those who told him he needed to switch up his sound, along with individuals who hopped on the bandwagon. Da Inphamuz Amadeuz declares that he’s not changing who he is or how he approaches a beat for no one. Just because hip-hop has taken on a saturated sound doesn’t mean he’s going to follow along. Like he spits in the following line, “my dynasty had the blueprint like Jay-Z.”
He spits, “I ain’t new to this/Approach tracks with ruthlessness/I’ll leave you crossed like a crucifix.”
Before the song ends, he assures haters that he’s got friends who will ride for him. Also, Da Inphamus Amadeuz can fend for himself. He tells them to bring it on!
“It ain’t sweet/bring your fleet/I got millions of peeps/That shoot up ya jeep and leave ya brains laying on the street.”
The visual finds Da Imphamus Amadeuz relaxing on the block with his day ones. He can be seen dropping illmatic bars while donning a black Yankees hat and hoodie that reads Savage Ruthless.
Da Inphamus Amadeuz is a widely known artist, producer, videographer, and entrepreneur. He’s also the host of Shade 45 / SiriusXM’s “The Inphamus Hour,” which scores over 2.4 million podcast streams. It airs on Thursdays at 3 PM EST and Noon PT. Moreover, he’s a guest DJ for The New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
The living legend has appeared on National Geographic’s Underworld Inc. His debut is assisted by his trademark “Nutcracker” drinks on National Geographic.
Overall, INPH is a well-respected figure within the entertainment industry. He’s one of the premier individuals both on the forefront and behind the scenes.