“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.”
“For week 42 of Mpulse’s ’52 Weeks’ music campaign, he decides to lend some bars to 2 Chainz and Drake’s ‘Big Amount’. Mpulse showcases his wide arsenal of flows along with a wide variety of references to current events.”
Over the course of the campaign i’ve kept the music largely original, but sometimes I prefer somebody else’s production to do some lyrical exercise. Hope you all enjoy.
This marks week 42 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.
As we get closer and closer to the end of Mpulse’s ’52 Weeks’ music campaign with every release, Pulse makes sure to keep the same quality he’s had since week 1. With the self-produced ‘Let Me Breathe’, you can hear how much fun Mpulse is having during this span. He delivers an animated verse full of gems over his own bass-heavy, sample-driven production.
This marks week 41 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.
As Mpulse approaches the homestretch of his ’52 Weeks’ music campaign, he has supreme confidence in himself and his abilities. Mpulse believes this is his year. Anybody chasing a goal that may seem out of reach needs to keep high self-confidence. Speak it into existence and stay positive.
We all have those friends with no chill – this song is about the obnoxious ones of the group. As Mpulse continues his journey of 52 Weeks of new music, he continues to showcase his versatility. ‘Got No Chill’ serves as a very new and different sound for the Chicago emcee but he handles himself over the melodic-trap production of J Parker (Pusha T, Chief Keef, Lil Durk, King Louie).
“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.
On the road to 52 releases in as many weeks, Mpulse delivers nothing but bars on “Broadcaster”. Mpulse demands respect for his ability to deliver songs full of quotable’s, like “Broadcaster”, where even the chorus uses a punchline.
Mpulse links back up with producer Dr333w to give you “The Chase”.
On this weeks release, Mpulse talks about his addiction to the rush of the chase. There are always casualties in the chase, no matter what you’re chasing, and Mpulse shares his personal experiences coming up in Chicago chasing success.