Boston-based rapper MC Exposition teams up with production duo The D-Boyz on his solo debut. Blending live instruments with hard beats and conscious lyrics, this hip-hop 'concept album' follows Expo through A Day in the Life of an everyday Urbanite, riding on the train. Dealing with social issues such as poverty, war, and the injustices in the world caused by greedy politicians and bigots, 'The Metro' is something that anyone familiar with the true nature of Hip-hop and it's message can enjoy. Fake cats need not apply. After getting his start as a spoken-word artist (he was an Alternate on the 2001 Cantab National Slam team), Expo has gone on to share the stage with many Hip-hop luminaries, such as: Slick Rick, Edo. G, Jeru tha Damaja, Common, Cage, TAME-one, Mr. Lif and Akrobatik, Devin tha Dude, Immortal Technique, Boot Camp Clik and many more. You can catch Expo rocking the mic solo, or with Boston's own live Hip-hop extravaganza, Audible Mainframe, who present killer live interpretations of many of the songs found on 'The Metro'. VIVA! ALSO AVAILABLE ON CD BABY: featuring Exposition: 'Take A Penny/Leave A Penny' (Expo's 2nd solo release) Audible Mainframe: 'FrameWork' Audible Mainframe: 'War To Be One' and coming soon, Audible Mainframe's NEW ALBUM: 'Transients' Due out spring 2009!