Im Betta Than You
MadMan Mad Man is holdin Ton Of Soul Records down as it's most tenured artist. Having been a artist on the LP's 'For The Love Of It' (1997), 'Poltergeist' (2000), and 'The Good The Bad And The Ugly' (2003) original Ton Of Soul member Mad's Mike prowess reflects the dues he's paid. With credits that include work on Coo Coo Cal's new album titled 'Whatcha Hood Like' and Ice Mones 'Keep Grindin Volume 1', Mad Man is making his mark as a hot young gun. Mad Man has just put the wraps on his new solo album which is titled 'I'm Betta Than U'. The New LP has already generated alot of interest in Milwaukee's hip hop board rooms and drawn support from his constituants across the city. Artists like Coo Coo Cal, Ice Mone, Baby Drew, Young Twan, The Weight Haulers and many more came in to bless the album with verses. Milwaukee Dj's Reggie 'Smooth As Butta' Brown and DOCTOR B also Chime in on the album and bring soome good fun to the album. Mad Man's early musical influences include James Brown, Public Enemy, Big Daddy Kane and 2pac. As a artist on Ton Of Soul Records Mad Man has toured the country backing up both Coo Coo Cal and Ice Mone and is also now planning to tour in December 2004 with Def Jam recording artist Slick Rick. Always working, Mad Man has just recorded requested intros for WNOV's Homer Blow's afternoon show, WMSE's Saturday Afternoon Boogie Bang and WKKV's Knalege's Saturday evening Red Zone. Mad Man has also begun work on his follow up solo album which is as yet untitled. Mad's future is bright and his do what ever it takes attitude will ensure that his upward growth and popularity continue.