Mpulse – Be INCREDIBLE (Prod. by Trumaine)

Months after the release of Mpulse‘s Don Cannon-hosted project “Sofa Gun: The Sequel“, he’s back with new music in “Be Incredible“.

 “Be Incredible” is produced by Trumaine, and is the beginning of a strong campaign. Mpulse will be dropping another full length project in February. Look forward to more music and visuals  from Mpulse in the very near future.
twitter: @RRMpulse @ImTrumaine

Mpulse – Bitches & Bops (Prod by Don Cannon)

In celebration of Mpulse‘s free album (Sofa Gun: The Sequel) being released tomorrow, he decides to release this Don Cannon-Produced loosey.
Sofa Gun: The Sequel” serves as a free album and is fully produced by Keef Boyd and hosted by Don Cannon. After over 2 years of working closely with Keef Boyd and Don Cannon, it is finally seeing a release tomorrow (July 16th).
Twitter: @RRMpulse @KeefBoyd @DonCannon

Mpulse ft Reese – Basement Raps (Prod by Araab Muzik

While in Atlanta, Mpulse and Reese (of Two-9) link up over the smooth production of Araab Muzik. The record was recorded in Don Cannon’s basement, which explains the candid title “Basement Raps“. This isnt the first time these 2 have collaborated, and it wont be the last.
Mpulse’s “Sofa Gun: The Sequel” mixtape (hosted by Don Cannon and fully produced by Keef Boyd) comes out later this summer, while Reese’s “DSNRTRAPN” project is set to drop June 15th.

Mpulse – Had A Dollar (Video)

Had A Dollar” was the second single for Mpulse’s forthcoming project ‘Sofa Gun: The Sequel’ (Hosted by Don Cannon) and fully produced by Keef Boyd. Had A Dollar mixes the old saying “I wish I had a dollar…” with the struggles of being a rap artist on the rise. Due to the great response, we decided to deliver the official video.

Inspiration for ‘Sofa Gun: The Sequel’ came from the chemistry built between Mpulse and Keef Boyd. After doing the first “Sofa Gun” project together, Don Cannon really noticed their chemistry and wanted to be part of a sequel to the project. Together, they bring the perfect balance of underground boom-pap and mainstream appeal.