Invincible is a gritty and dope female emcee hailing from Detroit. Not an easy place to be no matter who you are, and an even tougher place to really thrive.
She’s got a fast flow, and an eloquent delivery. Yet somehow she still sounds raw and unpolished. It’s a good match, and seems to convey a lot of her anger and concern.
I’m not entirely sure what message she’s trying to get out half the time, but a lot of what she raps about is the urban decay Detroit is facing. The crumbling schools, infrastructure, and the general lawlessness that seems to grow. It’s a sad and tragic place to be, a lot of the time, but the birthplace of Motown still has some hope left.
Check out Shapeshifters, probably my favourite track by her.[audio:http://cache11-music01.myspacecdn.com/86/std_95cee736af4ece6e9e25f890b273d86a.mp3]
And this track is surprisingly dope. Locusts, feat Invincible and Finale. It’s a mini-documentary/music video, and worth a watch.