Back with another leak off of his new, cleverly titled project Mike Murder, Mike Schpitz returns back to the Booth with Superman-like lyrical prowess. Resurrecting 50 Cent’s menacing Enemies instrumental, Mike flips the script, using Dr. Dre’s production to create Death to My InnerMe’s: a lyrical vanquishing of some of the emcee’s personal issues. Mike is razor sharp on this one as he slices, dices, and rips apart the beat for four straight minutes. While it seems like a long time to hear someone talk about themselves, there are few who can do it with the wit of Schpitz. Weaving ‘90s pop culture references with the occasional jab at your girlfriend, the clever emcee properly silences his critics and proves why we chose to sponsor Mike Murder. He even goes as far to say that he “held back” on most of his previous released material. If Inner-Me’s is Mike’s version of holding back, then when he lets loose of Mike Murder on May 26, the apocalypse might just be upon us.
Written by richard on 05/10/10
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