M-Dot jumps on the mic over this superior production from Whatson out of Germany. The two have collaborated on a couple of occasions before and you can really see the mutual appreciation in the craft they way emcee and producer go hand in hand. DJ Access on the cutz pushing this song to the penultimate. Other emcees are served an eviction notice for not paying their dues!
This song is coming off of Whatson’s forthcoming album which has yet to be named but we should all be checking for it! More information will be passed when I know.
Oh man a couple of my favorite emcees, Nutso and M-Dot link up over this KNOCKIN’ beat from Whatson. This production is off the Richter Scale. The drums hit with intensity and the samples are so on point they could draw blood. All of the emcees drop some true verbal insanity. The one emcee I was not super familiar with, Robb P, really impresses when rocking alongside accomplished emcees. There are lots of quotables to be had in under three minutes!
The Cycle is a single off of Whatson’s, album which has yet to receive a title but is guaranteed to smack.
M-Dot drops a video for one of my favorite tracks off of egO anD The eneMy. Reliant is a very vivid look into the eyes and mentality of an alcoholic. Yet another example of the dexterity M-Dot possesses as he narrates tales of addiction. Whatson on the production.
Album: egO anD The eneMy
- Days Are All The Same
- Nomads (ft. Krumbsnatcha)
- The Empathy
- Gleamin’ (ft. B.A.M.)
- Give It To Me
- Fugazzi (ft. Jaysaun)
- No Excuses
- Shine (ft. Method Man and Dominique Larue)
- Meow Mix
- True Lies (ft. Camp Lo and Tribeca)
- Death To Raquel
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.
It’s another overseas banger, this time from German producer Whatson. He uses a creative blend of rock and hip for this cut while extending the mic duties to veteran emcees, Planetary, M-Dot, and Aims. It’s a definite head nodder. This song is lifted from Whatson’s new EP Detour (which I know nothing about but will remedy soon)
M-Dot is the consummate world traveller and while he is out and about he is making memorable music for you. This song will be featured on the producer, Whatson’s forthcoming album.
Again, there are very few emcees on his level right now. Enjoy…