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    Monday, October 9, 2017

    Spotlight: Have You Listened To Band Gang Masoe’s “God’s Boy?” #Detroit

    By looking at Detroit’s deep music scene, it’s easy to see that it’s one of the most multi-faceted centers of artistry. You have your lyricists, your melody-chasers, flow-masters, trap rappers, and everything in between. One type that doesn’t get the exposure that it deserves is the realists, those who trade in complicated rhyme schemes for every-day relatability. These are often the rappers who cultivate the largest following, choosing to refrain from glamorizing but only insist on explaining their experience. It’s here that BandGang Masoe exists, also combining the stylistic elements of the aforementioned rap styles above. Through his creative lens that combines the best of all types, his latest project God’s Boy exists.

    At only 11 tracks long, “God’s Boy” is slender enough to be listened to in one sitting. There’s no bloatware that makes the experience anything less than pleasant. It’s cut thin and to the point, acting as an examination of his experiences and how they’ve made him into the person he is today. With features from BandGang Paid Will, AllStar JR, BandGang Lonnie Bands, Ronnie Gz, and Shredgang Mone, the project does a good job at adding enough features to include diversity but keeping it free from the bloating effect associated with projects from artists like DJ Khaled.

    It’s a smooth listen that should be downloaded for, if not anything else, a recollection of Detroit experiences told by one of its hottest up and coming rappers.

    Check out God’s Boy below.


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