Rasheed Chappell and Buckwild have a project in the mix that is most anticipated and from the sound of this track you can obviously hear why. Chappell is now starting to hit a wider audience and people are catching on to just how talented this man is. Adding Buckwild’s highly acclaimed boom bap production to the mix means that this is a must-cop endeavor.
There are no shortage of dope songs off of M-Dot’s album, egO anD The eneMy. But there are also no shortage of powerful songs either, and that’s what we have here with M-Dot’s latest video single, Chrissy.
M-Dot narrates the story of young woman’s life that goes spiraling out of control to a very tragic ending. It’s a difficult story to watch for some, because someone you know may have wrong-routed like this. It’s deep and personal and sure to heighten emotion.
It is no secret around these parts that M-Dot is a much respected name. We feature nearly all of his music. But it’s also been a minute since he has released an album and in the end it’s time to take account, because creating an album is a much different endeavor than dropping singles or mixtapes. The proof, as they say, is in the pudding.
But in the end, M-Dot, met and exceeded expectations with egO anD The eneMy. The album remains potent from track one to track seventeen. There is no “fluff”. There are no trivial skits. There are no weaknesses to be found in the music.
Can you feel the excitement? It’s in the air my friends! M-Dot is set to drop his long awaited album, Ego and the Enemy, on January 27th. Chrissy is the 4th single from the project and showcase M-Dot’s ability to narrate a tale over some riveting production from Buckwild.
You can feel the depravity and hopelessness as M-Dot weaves his tale of a girl straying off the beaten path into a sick and twisted world.
1. Phillip Morris Intro
2. The Squeeze
3. Bad Blood
5. Reach For The Stars
6. One More Song (ft. CP)
7. Boulevard Blues (ft. Mann95)
8. Free Fall
9. One Take Jake
10. Ash Tray
11. Pardon Me (ft. Eddie Nash)
12. Winston Interlude
13. Peace Keepers
14. Gemini (prod. by Sly Vest)
15. Mount Olympus
16. Go So Far
17. Blind Melon
18. All Work & No Play
19. Crockpot (ft. Mann95)
20. Let Alone
21. Camel Outro
While it’s been almost eight years since Vic has dropped an official album, he has turned out a mixtape or two during that time span and still remains sharp with precise lyrical wit that keeps the listener’s brain cells moving. Loosies Collection Part 1 is just that…an assortment of songs that Vic has done in the past couple of years assembled in one mixtape and blended together by none other than DJ Mickey Knox.
And while I hope that eventually we will get something official in the way of an album from Vic, I am content to hear some new joints not heard before and excited to share them with you.
Wow. What a nice surprise this was! I own most of these jawns from Critical, but to see them all in once place is impressive. The man has put in work, and this project puts that into perspective. Critical is a very talented emcee on the Creative Juices roster and has an album dropping later this year entitled, Electrical Tape. My favorite joints are his collaborations with Little Vic which are done under the monniker, Hidden Agenda.
Check this mixtape out. You are bound to find some interesting gems.
First batch of dopeness released from Celph Titled and Buckwild’s follow up album, Nineteen Ninety MORE. Which drops next week. Yes, you heard correctly, NEXT WEEK. It’s vintage vibe with with that lyrical twist. Be sure to check out the album next week!