According to Wikipedia, there are about 4,200 religions in the world, many of which teach that followers of all the others can expect to spend the next life in eternal damnation. Not exactly the most encouraging odds. That’s just one of many reasons Funk Volume founder Hopsin finds to question the faith of his upbringing on new mixtape ILL MIND OF HOPSIN 7. Flowing over his own cinematic boardwork, he works himself into an eloquent frenzy of doubt and frustration, ultimately telling the Man Upstairs, “I’ll be damned if I put my own pleasure aside for an afterlife that isn’t even guaranteed.” Complete with a set of visuals directed by Hop himself, ILL MIND is slated to appear on the artist’s upcoming, unscheduled mixtape of the same name.
Written by richard on 07/18/14
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