With ‘Socially Awkward’, Mpulse distances himself from his peers – literally. With contributions from Keef Boyd, Mpulse stays home and touches on the differences between him and the current climate of Hip Hop. This short project focus’ on fun, personality, and most importantly, lyrics.
Written by Mpulse
Mixed and Engineered by Mpulse
Produced by Keef Boyd & Mpulse
Art by Mpulse
I turned 26 this month. First and foremost I want to thank everyone for continuing this journey with me year after year. It can be a hard knowing I haven’t accomplished what I thought I would have by now. At the same time I feel like I’ve accomplished so much. Its a very conflicting feeling. Last year I built my resume with 52 consecutive weekly releases and now that I’ve shown what I’m capable of, I want to show you a little more of who I am. I’d like to ask you to take 9 minutes and 17 seconds of your time to get to know me a little more than you did before. If you like what you hear, please pass it along to someone else who might like it too. It’s with love I present to you my first of 12 offerings this year. 26.
For week 49, Mpulse is unapologetically him. He doesn’t let any outside chatter interfere with what he does or how he thinks. Mpulse, once again, uses a Keef Boyd backdrop to get things off of his chest.
Produced by Keef Boyd, Lyle LeDuff, and Don Cannon.
With only 6 weeks left in his 52 Week music campaign, Mpulse returns with “Regular”. This weeks release has Pulse questioning what people consider regular, as he feels he’s become accustomed to things a lot of people have yet to even experience. With Keef Boyd, Lyle LeDuff, and Don Cannon coming together to handle the production, nothing is regular about this joint.
This marks week 46 out of 52 for Mpulse’s “52 Weeks” music campaign, where he plans to release new music every week for a year straight. We greatly appreciate any and all support we receive throughout the duration of this campaign.
“With exactly 2 months left in his 52 Weeks campaign, Mpulse continues his weekly lyrical tirade with yet another original song. ‘IDC’ see’s Mpulse sarcastically addressing certain criticisms he’s heard about his image and creative choices.”
“This rap shit’s like Lovers Lane, why these dudes all sound the same?”
The title says it all. Mpulse ditches the hook for a barrage of bars. The musical chemistry between Mpulse, Keef, & Lyle becomes more and more apparent every time they collaborate. The duo of producers know how to compliment Pulse’s flow with catchy melodies and drum work.
Mpulse connects with go-to producer Keef Boyd for ‘Sacrifice’. Mpulse ditches the bars for melodies this time around, telling the story of an overly-needy woman. We all have to make sacrifices in life and Pulse weighs his options on this Keef Boyd produced banger.