1) SpeaK is a Finnish artist making chillout, downtempo, dub, dnb and jungle.
2) Speak, Tamás Deák (born May 31, 1976), better known by his stage name Speak, is a versatile talent, rap artist, model, actor based in Hungary. He gained considerable fame when the video for his 2003 anti-war song, Sometimes, became popularized through video sharing websites, propelling him to internet sensation. His singing style appears to be derived from spoken word and he is known to make use of backup singers. It is known from his lyrics that Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Sean Combs, and 2pac have had an influential effect on him.
3) SPEAK aka MC Speak is a hip hop artist based out of Southern California who makes a new, fresh, and clean brand of hip hop.
Speak started young. being aware of his uncanny ability to draw people to him, he joined contextual flow and later formed soul rock affiliates who experienced significant local success, released a now out-of-print ep and garnered a formidable fanbase before going on an extended hiatus. in the meantime, he scribbled rhymes furiously and used his quick wit and accessible style to win numerous battles across the country.
Beyond the boundaries of high school get-togethers, hundred-dollar prize battles and backalley ciphers, though, speak simply makes great music (a feat unsurpassed by 99% of battle rappers). a writer and a musician foremost, his attention to musical nuances and fantastic meshing of varied and eclectic influences allow him to stay true to his pop sensibilites while creating well-crafted hip hop songs.
In a messy hip hop landscape littered with the spectrum of the pseudo-political, the grimy, the thuggish, the shiny bapestas, the completely out-there… mc speak is a rapper you can be friends with.
After taking a year off from recording music to focus on a more honest, workaday lifestyle, speak has delved into a more insightful realm with the forthcoming release of his new album, octopus luck number 8. the title bears little resemblance to its content, but it highlights a departure from the quirky, uptempo people under the stairs style and turns instead to a more mature sound, capable of encapsulating all the tribulation and tumultuousness that goes with getting your grown man on. because, people, we’ve all gotta take care of business. his business is in music, and he’s certainly grown.