New Album: Mpulse – Bulls vs Sixers

Whats up! “Bulls vs Sixers” is a concept album. It likens the journey of an up and coming basketball player looking to break out to a hungry rapper trying to achieve the same thing.

After working endlessly on it over the last year, we’re very excited to put this out, we feel this is a very complete piece of work. We’re hoping this can be the perfect introduction to the people who aren’t familiar with Mpulse.

Its 11 tracks and its fully produced by Keef Boyd.

Cover art by @PVTSO

Mpulse – Billboard (Prod. Keef Boyd)

This is the last promo release from Mpulse’s upcoming project, “Bulls Vs Sixers”, which drops Monday!

“If I don’t get a single on Billboard..”

“Billboard” is Mpulse stating his dominance, demanding recognition for his work and everything surrounding it. He’s ensuring that he is here to stay in a major way. I promise this new project is something special.

“Bulls vs Sixers” is more-so a concept album, fully produced by Philadelphia producer Keef Boyd. I hope you check it out!!! Monday, Dec 14th.

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Mpulse featuring Kay Dané – The Bottle (Prod. Lyle LeDuff)

Mpulse connects with songstress Kay Dané and Cannon Music producer Lyle LeDuff on “The Bottle” to bring you a different take on a club song. Mpulse delves into the depth of the process and why people need a release.

This is the first of many new releases coming from Mpulse, as he is gearing up to release a new EP in December. More details on that coming soon.

Hope you enjoy the record!

Mpulse – Know You Bad (Prod. by Keef Boyd)

Another new one! If you can’t tell, I’m giving you guys records as often as I can! Consistency is key, right? I just love making music. Im gonna keep releasing as I make them, haha! This one is called “Know You Bad” produced by… You guessed it. Keefy G Boyd! Let me know how you like it!

Mpulse – The Dream (Produced by Keef Boyd)

New song from Mpulse! Premiered by the good people over at FSD

“It was all a dream. Ask Mpulse. And today he continues to chase that dream with this new Keef Boyd-produced single, “The Dream.” These two want rings. Championships. The spoils of the victors — and they state their claim with this new one. Hopefully it gets them some hardware.” – Andrew Barber of FakeShoreDrive

Mpulse releases a video for his ambitious single “Doin’ This Forever”

Directed by Mpulse, shot and edited by The Loafers. The official video for Mpulse’s previously released, Lyle Leduff produced single, “Doin’ This Forever”.

This video serves as a walk down memory lane, filled with old clips and personal footage from the course of Mpulse’s young, but at the same time extensive career. The timeline of the clips vary from age 14 all the way to 23. “Doin’ This Forever” is an ambitious perspective of the grind when you’re trying to make it in the music industry.

Mpulse is still in Atlanta working on his next project, and we are expecting to drop it before the summer is up.

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Mpulse drops a new, ambitious song titled “Doin This Forever”

“Doin This Forever” is really the story of what drives Mpulse to strive for greatness. His journey has been long, and there are still many chapters yet to be written. It really embodies everything Mpulse is about. This is one of Mpulse’s favorite tracks, so you can imagine that we are very ecstatic to release this.

Lyle Leduff is the producer, most notably known for his production on ASAP Rocky’s “Brand New Guy” and Young Jeezy’s “Holy Ghost”.

Mpulse is currently in Atlanta working on a secret project with Keef Boyd and Don Cannon. While a release date and title have yet to be announced, there will be more details revealed very soon.

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Mpulse goes at Drakes “10 Bands” in his newly released “Breaking Bad”

Whats up? Hope everything is well. Heres something new from Mpulse. Its been a while!

Mpulse has been in Atlanta for the majority of 2015, working on a secret project with producer Keef Boyd. The project is finished and announcements will be made soon.

Breaking Bad is something of a warm up for Mpulse. It see’s him go back to his roots, doing what got him to where he is today. A lot of young artists start off rapping over industry beats, especially ones who focus on the strength of their lyrics and bars. At 23, Mpulse started off that way and isn’t that far removed from it. He decided to try his hand at Drakes “10 Bands”.