Milo: His last rap album?

Milo - Budding Ornithologists Are Weary of Tired Analogies

It’s only been a year since Milo’s last release, the excellent Who Told You to Think ??!!?!?!?!, but the rap artist haven’t shown signs to slow down over the past year. Not only did he recently release a new record, but together with fellow rapper Elucid the duo released their debut album under the name Nostrum Grocers back in august.

He was introduced to rap at the age of twelve by his uncle, and begun developing his rap style during after hours while attending high school. He released his debut album with rappers Nicholas J. and Andy Donalds aka AD the Architect under the name Nom de Rap in 2010, before releasing a mix tape under the alias Milo in 2011.

As Milo he have release four LPs, six EPs, two mixtapes, and a bunch of singles. With Budding Ornithologists Are Weary of Tired Analogies, Maine-resident Rory Ferreira have released yet another poetic record, where he ponders over light philosophical questions and everday life. The 15-track record ticks in at about forty minutes, with songs lasting from the minute-mark to about three minutes. Participating on the record we can find buddy Elucid and Reggie Baylor, and is released on his own Ruby Yacht label.

He announced on October 1. via Twitter that Budding Ornithologists Are Weary of Tired Analogies would be his last rap album under the pseudonym Milo, but we must assume he continues his music career under his other alias Scallops Hotel or perhaps comes up with a new pseudonym for his solo work.


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Proghead from Oslo, who writes mostly about progressive rock/metal, though may write about other rock and metal sub-genres, as well as electronic music, underground hip hop/rap, contemporary music, different kinds of jazz, folk, or anything I find interesting.

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