MIXTAPE REVIEW STRESS – INDUSTRY INTERVENTION @STRESSGOTBARS

REVIEW BY -PHOENIXSTAR9

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Grade = A+

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Grade = A+

First off I was extremely impressed with “Theme Muzik” he has a knack for creating catchy hooks.   This is definitely an artist to be on the lookout for. He basically cruises through this track like “ok what’s next?” definitely a banger. “Hate On” is an anthem definitely a radio banger and I can see this blasting through speakers at red lights all summer, his voice commands respect on this track. “Bust it Open” is something for the strippers, he flows over this track the female on the hook also adds to the appeal of the track.  “Venu vs Card” is pretty hot, it might get a skip though it came off a little lazy content wise, still maintains an impeccable flow.  What is it with this kid and hooks his voice grabs you and makes you listen and “Louie Shades” proves just that another anthem radio banger. “Play Ball”  has more punches than  a Floyd Mayweather fight,  why is this kid NOT signed yet?  How Ya Do Dat is something for the streets  the track bangs and he keeps you listening  another catchy anthem joint.  “Hello Goodnight”  is a showing my ass track and indeed he did,  his own remix of Hello Goodmorning and yeah, its goodnight for these other artists out here.   “So Gone”  rounds the mixtape out and gives you a peak into his life. This song  is one everyone can relate to but at the same time its not cliché  you can feel the pain and honesty bleeding through his voice.  “Try Told Em”  is that  I am a champion track and should definitely motivate anyone listening to it.  “Da Come Up” displays more of his sharp delivery and cutting edge  flow backed by strong  triumphant horns .   Next up is “Young Tycoon”  this track has  so many quotable   Im spitting Barry Bonds blood stream dope flow,  and  leave your brains on the road call it street smarts are my personal favorites .   “Front On Me”  stays  true to the overall vibe of the mixtape and is a track for the ladies and  he still manages to keep it lyrically potent.  “Wah Wah” is pretty nice but  the beat  gets repetitive and it takes a little away from the track well at least on the hook, but Stress manages to pull this off.  “Made Man” is a gritty track something for the streets here definitely a whip bumper.  “Contrevercy”  is  witty  and sounds like an underground  classic definitely gives a who let the lion out of the cage vibe because he  rips this track to pieces .   

Pros- He is a lyrical monster , a punch line pro awesome delivery and is extremely unique
Cons – None  just  upset I am just now hearing this mixtape.

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