Mpulse comes through with some more original music this week. He takes it to Michigan ave with his newest release as he talks about reaping the fruits of his labor – while being a show off in the process.
This week, Mpulse was inspired to throw some bars over the popular Dj Khaled single. Here’s what Mpulse had to say:
“Last week I heard one of my favorite rappers, Royce Da 5’9, BODY the ‘I Got The Keys’ beat. I was so inspired by it that I wanted to try my hand at it as well.”
Mpulse is never shy about hopping on other rappers beats and flexing his lyrical ability, so this release is no different. This marks week 21 out of 52 for Mpulse’s “52 Weeks” music campaign, where he plans to release new music every week for a year straight.
“Luck don’t live around here, we gon’ make it through the storm.”
For this weeks drop, the Chicago emcee talks about making it through the dark times, overcoming life’s obstacles, and thinking for yourself. This marks week 19 out of 52 for Mpulse’s “52 Weeks” music campaign, where he plans to release new music every week for a year straight.
4 months in to his “52 Weeks” campaign, Mpulse drops “In Her Net”. Connecting with frequent collaborator Keef Boyd, he discusses how some women use social media to their advantage, for better or worse.
3 and a half months in, Mpulse continues his “52 Week” campaign with “Broken Dreams”. Mpulse takes a different approach and has fun over the hard-hitting, eerie, signature production of fellow Chicagoan Billionaire Boyscout.
OG LOAF shows Mpulse’s strong suit, flowing effortlessly over the classic boom-pap sounds of Don Cannon. This song shows why Mpulse stands out from a lot of his peers. While not compromising to whats trendy, his ability to step back, go back to the basics but still keep it modern and fresh, is a breath of fresh air.
Mpulse is currently finishing his free album, “Be Incredible“, that he will be releasing in early August. He promises a sound unlike anything else that is being released. He will have no features, and he has worked with a strict handful of producers (that he has close working relationships with) to ensure that every record is genuine and of the highest quality.