Tuesday BEC Recordings’ Manafest dropped his fourth studio project, “The Chase” (iTunes, Amazon $5.99). After three records that received international acclaim including huge success in Japan, Juno nominee Manafest releases his most aggressive and sonically evolved record to date.  Check out the full album at AOL’s Listening Party (http://music.aol.com/new-releases-full-cds/#/11).

“The Chase” is produced by Adam Messinger (Chris Brown, JoJo, Justin Bieber) and features eleven tracks of gritty guitars, aggressive rhymes fusing rock and rap styles.  Already the album is generating a positive reviews from media across the board.

“This is an outstanding album by Manafest, and his best work to date. If you have always enjoyed rock and hip-hop fusion then Manafest is one of the best out there, and you should definitely support him and his music by checking out The Chase.”
–IndieVisionMusic.com

“Comfortable in his own skin…Manafest has a good project on his hands.”
–Rapzilla.com

The Chase is an enjoyable album with so much variety that it never seems to become tedious. Releases like this one don’t come around too often, so if you crave rock and rap, it doesn’t get better than this.”
–JesusFreakHideout.com


Over the past seven years, Chris Greenwood has used the moniker Manafest to organically build his fan base playing hundreds of shows on three continents.  In 2006, Manafest released “Glory” from which the rock anthem “Impossible,” featuring Thousand Foot Krutch’s Trevor McNevan, became a global hit.  This release dramatically increased his record sales 5x over.  In 2008, Manafest followed up with “Citizens Activ,” which catapulted success garnering multiple TV placements and his overall presences in the US and internationally. Contact Lori Mahon for interviews and reviews.

Connect with Manafest:
www.myspace.com/manafestca | twitter.com/Manafest |
music video, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6LZj4uJ_bE

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