Massachusetts is one of the most low key yet hardest working states in Hip Hop with rising stars and and hungry local acts flooding the scene with quality music.
Brockton emcee, Bake, has a few projects and mixtapes under his belt and after he linked with producer, Proph, for his last tape “Untitled”, “Baked Prophecies” was born.
On the lead single, “Face Da Starz”, we hear both emcees spitting real life bars that anyone can relate to. We get to hear Proph really display his lyricism and we get to hear Bake in his bag again proving why he’s one of the smoothest from the state.
Massachusetts is one of the smallest states on the map but home to one of the biggest crops of new and veteran MC’s and Singers that can hold their own against any region in the Country.
Writer and Publicist, Beads Z. Wider, has once again decided to showcase some of his Home States biggest and brightest talents with “The Mass Effect Vol. 2”.
“I always work with the intention of opening new doors and platforms for the artists in my Home State especially the ones that have been grinding it out for years.”
The 23 track compilation is now up for free stream exclusively on Spinrilla and features some fairly recognizable names that are beginning to buzz nationally.
Enjoy “The Mass Effect Vol. 2” below!!
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Brockton, Mass is a city about 20 minutes South of Boston. It’s birthplace of Rocky Marciano and Marvin Hagler, home to one of the largest and most successful inner city High School’s and has a Hip Hop scene that is filled with artists that have been grinding for years and have realized the importance of having the business side proper.
Bakery, once know as J-Fitted, is one of the few artists who sound completely different from the beginning of his catalog to now, in all the right ways. He began as a rapper and now is evolving into a much more refined songwriter with metaphors and similes that keep “Bar Heads” interested.
“Untitled 1.5” began as “Untitled”, a collection of records and freestyles to keep fans at bay while he worked on his follow up to 2015’s, Lost In The Matrix, but after its initial street release in January, as a DJ Promo version only, Bakery decided to gather the feedback from the DJs and behind the scenes people and revamp the project to perfection.
Do not let the fact that its 4/20 and its a #TeamBake release trick you into thinking this is a project about weed. Being A King Everyday is the real reason its #TeamBake, and Bakery gives us many looks into his Gemini mind.
You can purchase the project on iTunes on 4/20!
Enjoy one of the singles from “Untitled 1.5” below!
Phresh enlists super producer J. Cardim and it’s so refreshing to hear both back on the scene, esecially together.
“Sucker Free” finds Phresh back on his bully and he lets us know that he isn’t taking any shorts or any hand outs. The only way to make it is to stay solid and “Sucker Free”.
Enjoy “Sucker Free” below!