4 out of 5 emcees agree: Poe Mack and his posse ain’t nothin’ to f**k with. And the fifth? Let’s just say he’s a statistic, in more ways than one. On the lead single off the Virginian rhymesayer’s forthcoming label compilation, his first feature since January debut No Lames, Mack links up with a few of his Mackstrumental signees to show potential rivals just how tightly the fam sticks together. Knick G‘s slow-rolling rhythm section and dusty samples back aggressive bars from Mack, the Crafsmen, Chris Magnetic and Case Jones. Feeling it? You can find more fresh material from the whole MR roster on Mackstrumental the Mixtape Vol. 1, released Februray 22, and out now onlnie.
Written by richard on 03/7/13
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