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“Closed Caskets: Tracks 5-9″ by JLD

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     I’m back with some more of my thoughts, this time for tracks 5-9 and the mixtape just keeps getting better. Let’s go.

     Track 5 “Mixtape Shit” explains the tape perfectly.  “What they do, we do it better so we remake it”.  This will be a crowd favorite and one everyone will love to see perform.

     Track 6 “Take Kare”, from the dramatic intro to the tone in Duce‘s voice as he spits “they hate to see a young king make it from the same place they stuck at, same place a n*gga had to move from around”. The whole vibe of this record is dope and Pirscription made sure he was gonna equal Duce‘s ferocity while spitting “momma got a second job, now at lunch I got extra crispitos”.

     I told you these dudes were spitting and it’s only 6 songs in.

     Track 7 “Conscious” is where the tape gets tricky, although Duce D is featured on this song solo, it is actually the first of two different tracks to the same beat……. and that in itself, is oddly intriguing.

     Track 8 “Bass” will be one of the most played records off the mixtape, Script does his thing on this hook, and shows he has a dope record on his hands. I don’t want to say too much but I will say, GIVE THIS A LISTEN and make sure you have your girl in the passenger seat.

     Track 9 “Pegasus” is the name, and this song is definitely on the rise, it’s a standout part of the mixtape being as it is the only real SOLO track on the mixtape. Duce D displays his lyrical cleverness in the most laid back of ways on this one, clinging onto the title nicely with “You can Ride to it, Get High to it, Fly Away”. 

     Want to hear more of Closed Caskets? Slide over to the online store and purchase your copy today, or watch the first 2 visuals released from the project below. 

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“Closed Caskets: Tracks 1-4″ by JLD

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        As I continue coverage on the mixtape Closed Caskets, I’ll take my personal favorites and give you guys my run down and thoughts, It’s available online here at oneofakindrecords.comso head over to the online store and grab that!!

       Track 1 “0-100″ begins with “Bite the hand that feeds you and you just might starve/ got the guts to match your rap, you can get split like gars/ One Of A Kind ain’t a label, it’s persona like ours’”. That’s the first line of the cd and DAMN, Pirscription wasted no time getting the point across and Duce sets the tone with his clever and hot topic rap lines, “Make these hits like we ordered to take your life/ I’m not Mayweather I bet I could take you wife” The balance works from the get go as it reminds us of classic rap groups that have had different agendas but the same end goal.

       Track 2 “Learn Somethin” has a great vibe and sticks to the script with a nice, braggadocio/punch line filled verse from Duce but the knowledge dropped by Script on this track stands out as he opens with “get off your ass and go get it, sitting still never earned nothing/ we can kick it like return punting” and then touches on hot topics such as Youth being informed voters, the legalization of Mary Jane and the possibility of it never happening, “a red state with a face lift sounds outrageous/ pigs might fly before Texans become legal weed tasters” is one that immediately became stuck in my head.

       Track 3 “C4″ was the first one to have a catchy record feel, the hook holds it together and the verses hold up. The hook is really on point and can compete as one of the best and most catchiest on the tape. Duce takes more of a serious approach on his verse, touching on failed successes, the hate from other rappers and his opinion on major labels. Pirscription meanwhile speaks on his hometown, the plight of small town artist and damn near riddle like rhymes that made me text him and ask what the hell does that mean, so listen and see if you can decipher what he’s saying.

       Track 4 “H.O.T.” is standard mixtape fare and will be some peoples favorite record, they flip the Bobby Shmurda, “Hot N” record and flex lyrical muscle, Duce uses a sped up flow while Script sticks to the basic and gives what you expect, perfect balance. The shout out to Texas was nice and the abandoning from the original flow was a nice surprise… not to mention the Willie Nelson sample.

       That’s my rundown of the first 4 records but you need to listen and let me know what you think. So until next time just remember, everyone,sometime or another has to eat the shit sandwich.

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