Karanastic – The self proclaimed and largely unknown “Internet’s Best Rapper” has been recording songs independently since 2004. What started as a challenge soon became a lifelong interest. While the early stuff was pretty rough, it consistently and constantly improved through time as I honed my craft. This hard-hitting, mostly upbeat rap music with a cynical twist is about life, the universe, the media, conspiracy theories, video games, and a swarm of other nonsense that consumes our fragile world.
Music is one of my creative outlets and I try to make it sound unique and awesome. At least 20% cooler than the next leading rapper on the internet. Gotta stay funny, sarcastic, over the top, condescending, slightly impressive, but most importantly – be myself. No mumble rap, autotune or gimmicks. Deliver those fire bars and rap tight. People who don’t like rap music enjoy Karanastic, but people who do enjoy it even more.
I make songs from the unique perspective of life as a thirty-something year old middle-class business professional with a passion for dropping fire bars. I don’t know anything about hustling or the gangsta life, although I hear it’s rather intriguing. I spend entirely too much time philosophizing about living in the Matrix and getting angry about cable news. Often lost within the depths of the internet, this West Coast rapper from the North East proudly admits to getting inspiration from pro-wrestling, Pokemon cards and the local brewery.
Remember – I keep it real so you don’t have to.
Enough talk, it’s time for the music. Here are some recent songs I’ve created. Give em a listen and see if they tickle your fancy. 100% Fresh Organic Music.
How We Do It
Pretty Awesome Music Videos
An audio visual sensation like you’ve never experienced. The hottest thing not trending on YouTube. Your eyes and ears would thank you if they could.
Communist – Karanastic:
Skyrim (Elder Scrolls) Rap:
Lyric of the Moment
Party Days? What are those? I sit at home and I wash my clothes. On a laundry basket I stub my toe.
From the song “Average Joe”