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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Mason Way & Blacky Kev - R.P.M. The Mixtape review

Year : 2014
Genre : Hip Hop 
Origin : United States
Official site : > - here - <

Relentlessly productive Mason Way and his prime collaborator Blacky Kev hardly bid farewell to two consecutive months without delivering a fresh mixtape in the process, as you surely must have noticed in case you frequent the hip hop segment of these pages. The duo is notorious of exhibiting an insatiable interest in all social dynamics that are relatable in some or all ways to the due courting of women: while this particular trademark theme-selection is still a fervent/virulent component on this freshest to date mixtape, a definite shift towards a more rigorously paced rapping similarly is observable. This fresh development reveals 12 entries delivered along a healthy EP length of 32 minutes. In the context of the mere backdrops, these contributions exhibit less movement and experimentive tendencies then you'd normally expect to hear from the duo and their current featurettes, yet a more orthodox display of laid back flow and word pacing showcases a surprising level of command the ensemble enjoys when it comes to standard 4/4 pulsations. Once the creative juices - pun might be very well intended - start flowing, it is hard to stop, and why would you. The exemplary productivity of the duo is something you want to keep an eye on - just make sure you'll have something to wipe the slime off with afterwards.

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