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.
Mpulse takes a trip to the south side for this collaboration with Chicago’s own Keenan Davis (formerly known as Rockboy K9). Mpulse handles the production with co-production by Keef Boyd.
“Mileage” is that motivation to be triumphant. “Mileage” is that motivation to move past the struggle and run head first towards success. Mpulse and Keenan Davis hope to connect with anybody who has been knocked down and got back up to achieve a goal.
This is the last promo release from Mpulse’s upcoming project, “Bulls Vs Sixers”, which drops Monday!
“If I don’t get a single on Billboard..”
“Billboard” is Mpulse stating his dominance, demanding recognition for his work and everything surrounding it. He’s ensuring that he is here to stay in a major way. I promise this new project is something special.
“Bulls vs Sixers” is more-so a concept album, fully produced by Philadelphia producer Keef Boyd. I hope you check it out!!! Monday, Dec 14th.
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.