Mooch and Giallo Point release the video single for the title track to their new project, Dopanese. I am a big fan of this joint and the whole Dopanese project. Mooch has swiftly become one of my favorite artists. He has such flow and command of his rhymes and that couples well with his associate Rigz (who is equally as adept) over these impeccable Giallo Point sounds!
Rigz and Mooch show you why they are amongst the most lethal of wordsmiths when they work together over a track. And this time they get laced by Giallo Point and you know there is some damage to be done over this haunting production!
This is a current Dream Team right here! BrownBagMoney connects with Da Cloth over a Futurewave beat, and then the world just catches aflame. That’s how hot this shit is! Rigz, Saipher Soze, Daniel Son, and Mooch drop salvo after salvo of street lyricism that will have you yearning for more. This is a combination that needs let’s say a 16 track opus. A few posse cuts…each artist having their own track…all over some Futurewave production. That has all the trappings of classic.
A guy can dream can’t he?
So here is a list of my favorite EPs from 2018. I easily could have extended this list to 25 projects and been really comfortable about that. However, I really wanted to showcase what I consider to be the best projects in a year where there was so much greatness to consider. In the end, there were no votes, judges, or etcetera. This was simply a matter of personal preference. I hope you enjoy these projects as much as I did.
In my mind, Mooch has one of the nicest flows in the game right now. He assembles his bars with the best of them. On the track, Look At Me Now, he shows you what’s what on his way to the position that he maintains right now. Da Cloth brethren, Rigz, provides the chorus.
I have listened to the Heroin Farms EP from Mooch and Farmabeats several times over because of it’s overall dopeness and they keep crankin’ out these dope visuals to simply exemplify what I am talking about. Mooch has a really great flow they way he assembles his verses. Just something about the way this emcee puts his bars together and Farma is on the top of his game, no doubt.
You know what it is!!! It’s time for that Physics Of Filth (Daniel Son, Asun Eastwood, and Futurewave) project and Baby Tech is the first offering featuring Da Cloth’s Mooch. This production is a bit unorthodox , a jazzy madness, that really allows you to focus on the lyricism of the aforementioned. I am excited about this one!
I honestly can’t get enough of Mooch’s new EP, Heroin Farms, which was produced entirely by FarmaBeats. Every song is potent on this project, and Can’t Relax is just another illustration. Mooch is going for the win, and when you are in for the success…you simply can’t relax. Da Cloth has mad some serious moves this year and the entire team is poised for that success.
Members of Da Cloth are putting out some dope and quality music and this latest song/video from Mooch, produced by Farma Beats does not wane from that statement. This song is just ill, as is the entire EP, Heroine Farms. It’s good to see Mooch get his as I have hear him on a number of features and he always came correct.
Good grief! Did Rome Streetz just annihilate a 32 bar verse! I believe he did! Wow. That was impressive. And Mooch and Rigz also body this beat from Farma Beats. Da Cloth is just as clutch, as this song is dope.
Rome Streetz new project is dropping on Monday! I am about to check out all the older material. Shit this cut was inspiring.