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Bringing the weekend to a close with an artist that left a lasting impression. The winter gave us dedicated emcees to the art. Ahead of his time, Mak P follows his door opener, No Heart Anthony with an EP. As I saw posts announcing its release, I couldn't wait to hear it.
Mak goes into full song mode with four hand selected tracks from Bass Reevez. That's right, I finally get to radar high demand audio key pusher. Fam knows I dig when the sounds sever, yet maintain album chemistry. Right in the pocket of the high profile cast. Triple Threat is a verbal hydra with K. Burns and Sauce Heist.
They connect spitting empowerment from surviving the best and the worst the streets throw at you. One of two features on the piece, TFMG brother K. Burns pops up again on Loft Muzik. The fly talk continues, the jewels is inspirational. Juke Box proves P can hold his own, plus authentic content.
Midnight Train is more of a creative tune, while he uses retro filmography as cadences. Staying along the film themes, Mak flips Killing Them Softly. Once again, the artist trades violence for approach to killing the tracks.
Kogan is one that sits down on the punches. Type of joint to play back to back. Support this young talent, get your copy at Bandcamp. Thank you for your efforts, so far. May the Most High continue to bless you!