Spotlight on Steve Biko

#MixtapeReview @DasupportReport @KCGbos Of @stevebikoartist "If Black Lives Matter

When I started the tape the first time and the intro Starts out like a movie. Said some real shit. And ask me a serious question. I had to start it over 3 times. And after breaking it down. The first joint caught me off guard familiar West coast sound mixed with an east coast flow that was super familiar. The flow was super similar, to be honest to 2pac as far as flow As is displayed with his handling on the first track New York, over Ice Cube's You know how we do it prod by QDIII and the last track Butterfly, to Shade Adu..produced by Mike Pela you would be tempted to just write him off just that a guy trying to sound like 2pac. But if you listened to the track Warning. ....Watch Chinx's " Bodies" f/ Bobby Shmurda & Rowdy Rebel.. Produced by Young Chop you wouldn't even know who he was. But this artist is the word play is contagious and catchy but in a way great content works...YES, I SAID CONTENT!!!!! Of what he is saying... His word play is fire and inspirational and dare I say uplifting to black people for and about black people. It's like if Pac was Reborn of all places Brooklyn... Which he makes look great with his repping on Clearview, Biz Markie vapours, prod by Marlon Williams and I just Gotta.....Da Joint" by EPMD sampled Gladys Knight & the Pips's "Help Me Make It Through the Night ". Listen to both ... Producer: Erick Sermon. But his style sound and flow is up to-date with a flair that I think is all his own definitely the next level in this hip-hop mental we are building around the globe, examining the socioeconomic issues facing black American from Chicago, new York City to LA the project fits the bill.

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Lead single off the tape

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