A lot of artists these days aren’t as self-aware as they claim to be. It takes a lot to be honest with who you are, including failures and successes, in such a public way. On Mpulse’s new “Self-Awareness” EP, he sticks to his guns and covers a wide variety of topics, including failing to reach goals, work ethic, debt, family, and more. We hope you take a second to take a peek inside of Mpulse’s mind on this new EP!
Written by Mpulse
Produced by Mpulse, Keef Boyd, Don Cannon.
Engineered and Mixed by Mpulse.
Artwork by Mpulse.
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
“Finally – the final week of Mpulse’s year-long ’52 Weeks’ campaign. For the final release of the campaign, Mpulse delivers a personal, heartfelt ode to his family and loved ones, telling them everything is going to be fine. It’s only up from here and Mpulse is looking to continue chasing his dreams, following his heart, and upgrading his life.”
From Mpulse: “I just want to say THANK YOU for supporting me and my efforts to bring attention to my work ethic, passion, and music. This campaign is something I will always be proud of and I consider it a success to have finished it. Hopefully I’ve earned the respect of any hip hop fans who have followed it, and that they continue to check for me in the future. Much love to everybody who helped or had a part in it, thank you. Forever.”
With only 1 week left in his ’52 Weeks’ music series, Mpulse comes through with his 51st release in as many weeks. ‘Money Making Mission’ is as the title suggests, it lets you know where the Chicago spitters mind is. This song is for anybody who feels like they need more than they currently have.
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.
“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.”
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.
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.