“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.
“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.
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 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.
Mpulse returns for week 28 of his “52 Week” series. This week, Mpulse takes the optimistic approach in an attempt to uplift everybody from the average joe working a 9 to 5 to the dreamers trying to achieve the seemingly impossible.
Mpulse returns with his first drop of the new year with week 18 of his “52 Weeks” music series. He plans on starting the year off right with the sequel to his most well-received release of the campaign (so far!).
“Jack Move 2”, like its predecessor, finds Mpulse putting his own lyrical spin on a lot of todays most popular rap songs. This is what we believe he does best, as he flexes his lyrical muscles over songs like “Black Beatles”, “Bad and Boujee”, and more. Everybody loves bars, right?
3 and a half months in, Mpulse continues his “52 Week” campaign with “Broken Dreams”. Mpulse takes a different approach and has fun over the hard-hitting, eerie, signature production of fellow Chicagoan Billionaire Boyscout.
On this weeks release, Mpulse decides to state his views on the current state of Hip Hop and the way his generation digests it. Mpulse is on a “52 Week” campaign to release music once a week for a year straight. “Start It Over” marks week 13 of 52.