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.
“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.
This week, Mpulse releases “Just A Kid”, where he talks about his move from Chicago to Atlanta. He also takes time to try to decipher the difference between doing music for the love and doing it for money.
Mpulse re-connects with frequent collaborators Keef Boyd, Don Cannon, and Lyle LeDuff for this weeks cut. For the first time since week 1 of Mpulse’s “52 Weeks” campaign, all 3 producers link up to help Mpulse paint a gritty picture about the “field”.
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.
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.