Label: EMS Productions - none • Format: CD Album Digipak • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop •
· referencing Ego And The Enemy, CD, Album, Dig, none Great album top to bottom. Unfiltered lyricism over a legendary production list and the /5(12).
· Boston’s own M-Dot pens a universe heading to dystopia while the legendary Hi-Tek (Eminem, 50 Cent, Big L) provides a chilling backdrop on the production for ‘Days Are All The Same’. The single taken off his critically acclaimed album ‘ egO anD The eneMy ‘ gets a visual treatment with a man stuck in the cycle of that very matrix.
· Boston's own M-Dot pens a universe heading to dystopia while the legendary Hi-Tek (Eminem, 50 Cent, Big L) provides a chilling backdrop on the production for "Days Are All The Same." The single off the critically acclaimed album " Ego and the Enemy " gets a visual treatment with a man stuck in the cycle of that very matrix.
· One of the best attributes of Ego and The Enemy is the impassioned energy of M-Dot’s mic presence and assertive rhymes. However, the album proves to be more than a vast collection of bars on records such as “Days Are All The Same” and “Chrissy,” which are conceptually crafted efforts covering topics such as corporate America and drug ted Reading Time: 5 mins.
· Artist: M-Dot Album: egO anD The eneMy Tracklisting: Intro Dreamscape Foreign Days Are All The Same Chrissy Nomads (ft. Krumbsnatcha) The Empathy Gleamin’ (ft. B.A.M.) Give It To Me Fugazzi (ft. Jaysaun) No Excuses Shine (ft. Method Man and Dominique Larue) Meow Mix True Lies (ft. Camp Lo and Tribeca) Reliant Death To Raquel
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