Four Dope Mixtapes That You Need To Have In Rotation


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Marcus The Poet – Poetry In Motion

The homie Marcus The Poet has been hard at work crafting a signature sound that blends the laid back, old school Southern style of UGK with the poetic intricacies of Wale. His latest project “Poetry in Motion” is some of the best work I’ve heard him release so far. Keep an eye out for his upcoming project “Underground Railroad 2”.

Nick The Floater – Southern Chill

This is Nick the Floater’s third mixtape in the past year, and his progression since Spoken Words is evident. Southern Chill offers a variety of lyrical flows over a wise selection of beats. The chill vibe is enhanced by Floater’s carefree attitude, as he skillfully maneuvers between songs. With no features, this is a body of work that showcases the many talents of this up and coming artist, including the cover art, also drawn by him.

Kway7even – Charlie Don’t Surf

$ipside representer Kway7even dropped his long-awaited project “Charlie Don’t Surf” and it’s clear to see that the time was put to good use. His ever-changing flow molds perfectly to every beat that he spits on. His third eye enhanced bars require multiple listens to catch all of the greatness. The tape is an excellent follow up to “Moses” which was released last year and shows the potential that Kway has as an artist.

Kincaid and Keem (Of GROUP Nation) – The Prince and the Pariah: The Prequel EP

Ray Kincaid and Akeem from GROUP Nation dropped this joint project filled with bars and dope beats. If you’re not familiar with the team this is a great starting point. The jazzy beats fit their flows perfectly and are sure to make you head nod. Check out the first track “The Prequel” to hear what their all about.

There you have it. Four dope ass mixtapes to play in your car, crib or on the job. Check them out.