Mass Lyrics/ White Trash Volume 1 mixtape review

Global rating of the mixtape: 4.5 stars

What makes hip hop appealing? Is it a bunch of commercialized emcees showing how to make fast money and to drive fast cars? Little did you know about hip hop if you thought so.

What makes hip hop particularly interesting is first and foremost its lyrical dimension. When the emcee becomes the surgeon who operates words with the sharpest scalpel, the chemist who mixes and matches them together, the magician who manages to create special effects with rhymes and flow, instrumentals and beats, then he truly deserves to be called a rapper.

Today my aim is to introduce you to Mass Lyrics ( $trey dog and Conman’s talents combined together).

If you already listened to $trey dog, you are probably are of the fact that both artists know their mathematics. Mass Lyrics share a genuine passion for hip hop.

After a cool introduction, the mixtape starts with the powerful, technically mastered track entitled Go in which words take a sharpened meaning.
Lyrical swords, a mastered technique, an incredible flow delivery, a rich and various instrumental background make this song a must hear.

Followed by Real Hip Hop, another brilliant demonstration of verbal dexterity and Love2mc, both emcees will transport you into their universe in which real hip hop truly matters.

Because of its symphonic background, its brilliant vocalists with an unbeatable flow delivery, Can’t Hold Me is certainly worth your attention. Let both emcees kill the mic with their astute punch lines.

The Machine is written in a very melancholic way. It is reinforced with the numerous violins sounds and heartbeats alike drums. The song offers some insightful reflections about our modern society. We are all victims of our systems in some way…so should we apologize for being raised in the machine? No matter to what extend we have been influenced, we are still human beings in a inhuman society.

Beat Off is written in a very humoristic way. Drum beats and synthesizers will emphasize the funny atmosphere. Enjoy our emcee’s touch of humor and cool wordplays at the same time.

Let Mass Lyrics mesmerize you with their Superheroes track and over flood your ears with their lyrical bullets. You gonna like it, for sure, don’t miss out this CD!

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About Isabelle

My name is Isabelle Esling. I graduated from the University of Metz, France, where I studied Liberal Arts/ Languages. I have been teaching modern foreign languages in public and private schools, mainly as a German and French teacher.I recently released a book entitled " Eminem and the Detroit Rap Scene- White Kid in a Black Music World" with Amber Books. Password manager, fill forms, paste it notes software - CastlePaste Pro I have always had a passion for writing and music, black music in particular. I discovered Eminem in 2001 and was very enthusiastic about the artist’s great talent, which motivated me to write about him. It also motivated me to explore the Detroit hip hop scene that is full of amazing artists. In 2003, Gavin Sheridan, a technical writer and professional blogger offered me to be a contributing writer for his blog, which got me started as a freelance music journalist. In 2005, with Gavin’s help, I started The Eminem Blog where I expressed about the artist, the Detroit hip hop scene and other hip hop related subjects. I have reviewed a wide range of CD’s and interviewed some consistent artists such as Dina Rae, DJ Butter, Big Proof of D12, just to name a few. The Eminem Blog gained me a worldwide audience of readers. I have also contributed to numerous hip hop websites such as Music Mouth UK, Detroit Rap Com, Michigan Bands and D Townie. In 2006, I did some interviews for Jason Matthews Detroit digital magazine ILL Mag. Through the years I developed my craft, increased my knowledge of hip hop culture and also expressed on various subjects such as spirituality, humanities, beauty and lifestyle, movies etc…I keep writing at The Eminem Blog and sharing my passion with my readers till now. My first book on "Eminem and the Detroit Rap Scene" has been published by Amber Books on August the 6th, 2012. It is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble, in paperpack and e-book.
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