This campfire is blazing from M-Dot, an MC from Boston, Massachusetts. Each word spoken circles the beats like a shark playing with his food. His rhymes, his schemes, and delivery are top notch as always. Included are some of the best producers to grace the sound of Hip Hop in Pete Rock, Black Milk, Apollo Brown, and Erik Sermon. This is an aggressive struggling strangulation on the mic that hits every emotion and observation of the life of an MC and the world that surrounds every Earthly citizen. He touches on inner struggles of mental health and social media and media irrelevance that is unseen by most. It also speaks on how much of a struggle it is for a musician that isn't included in the popular culture of the music world and why he never chose to be defined inside those lines. It's a great album, check it out!
Underground Hip Hop Bandcampers: "egO anD The eneMy 2: A Dissolute Paradise" by M-Dot
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