Underground Hip Hop Streaming Discoveries: "Prime Imporium" by Mo Rukuz prod. by BoFaat

Published on 15 April 2023 at 11:07

Prime Imporium by Mo Rukuz and beats by BoFaat dropped by Goon MuSick (Snowgoons) is a dope grimey representation of boom bap Hip Hop culture. Mo Rukuz speaks on the pain of always hovering in the street life with the raspy voice of a dude that was shot or stabbed in the throat (a great representation of his gutter existence with the gutteral).  He brings on his Grimewav-mate Frank White to represent and bring a solid feature for the project.  The Suspect Allegedly also brings his high-noted voice to grace track #6 with dark themes straight out the catacombs. A-God The Old Soul brings his lyrical presence to the mic with a bit of science on "Science of Osiris". Daniel Son ( the Toronto veteran MC) also steps into a feature on this project with his brand of high energy lyrical Hip Hop. His features close off with Lynguistic Venom who brings a fluid beat. "Pain In My Heart" features the always dope cuts from ToneSpliff. BoFaat helps raise this project into the stars like an asteroid with his cemented soundscape that is perfect for the grimey-nature of this album. Don't sleep on this album that has been 2 years in the making, check it out!


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