One of the more personal songs I’ve written, let alone released. I reminisce on some of my biggest losses that made me cling to my music even more. Ive always felt like music was my everything, and through ups and downs, a lot of the times I’ve felt like it was all I had. Listen for yourself.
Mpulse is already the greatest in his mind, but he won’t stop until he gets the same respect from his peers and idols. On this weeks release, Mpulse releases a gang of bars showcasing why he believes he’s on the path to greatness.
Mpulse is back with week 30 of his “52 Weeks” series. “Money Under The Sofa” finds Mpulse keeping his eye on the prize. We all want to make a lot of money, and the smart thing is to stash it for when you really need it, and thats exactly what Mpulse does for Week 30.
On this weeks release, Mpulse links with Don Cannon to talk about things he’s willing to tolerate on his journey through life. “Cool With That” is very relaxed but doesn’t stop Mpulse from doing what he always does – putting on a show with his lyrics and delivery.
This marks week 29 out of 52 for Mpulse’s “52 Weeks” music campaign, where he plans to release new music every week for a year straight.
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”.
On this weeks release, Mpulse decides to vent a little bit. The Chicago emcee takes an honest look at his career – past, present,and future – detailing every failure along with things he’s hoping to accomplish moving forward.
“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.