After the highly successful release, a few months back of King of Kings Rap Freestyles Vol.1 Presented by @PromoGodMother MTMS Promotions and Hosted by DJ Malone Ft. Plies, Meek Mill, Tone Tone, Skatterman, YoGotti, Tupac, Pimp C & More, MTMS Promotions returns to Present King of Kings Vol.2 The Mixtape Gods Ft. New MTMS Artists Most Valuable Mac, Swift Dizzle, Matt Steez, Ace Casino Hosted by @DJMalonePro & @PromoGodMother. For Mixtape Slots visit http://efansmedia.com/mtms_mixtapes.html
As on the previous mixtape, King of Kings Vol.2 The Mixtape Gods once again gives us a complete snapshot – across the board- of the current state of hiphop talent. It proves to be an indispensable and definitive collection showcasing the passionate genius of socially conscious rap.
There are no watered-down synthesized beats, just straight-up classic tracks. J Cole-Be Free, 2Pac-Ghost Remix, Meek Mill Sir Nino Black-F Witt You, Gucci Mane-War Ready Remix, G-Unit-Ahh Shit, 50 Cent-Flip On You Ft. Schoolboy Q, Young Chris-Don’t Play Ft. Meek Mill, Wale-Freedom of Speech, Marvin Gaye-What’s Going On (Big Sandz Remix), Martin Luther King Jr.-Free At Last! Remix, and Malcolm X-Brainwashing (Interlude) are the more eye-catching titles, but you can be sure that all 36 tracks sizzle with hot beats and flowing rhymes with meaning.
You might feel a certain allegiance for some rappers, as opposed to others, but I guarantee that after hearing this mixtape, those allegiances will change; almost every track is a piece of hiphop genius that goes way above just the performing artist in question.
Along with the superbly aggressive tracks, there are the more thoughtful, introspective songs where you need to listen to the message. This is an utterly essential buy. It is the kind of compilation that will change your life if you listen to it right.
Some people look down on rap and hiphop music, saying it isn’t music. I doubt that those people have actually listened to the lyrics, or learned about the artists they criticize. King of Kings Vol.2 The Mixtape Gods, is capable of opening the narrow-mindedness of those people’s heads.
This mixtape is very well laid out and all the tracks are very cohesive. The songs on this album run the spectrum from introspective to self-destructive, from somber to fun, from full of despair and anger to full of hope and faith.
Each featured rapper on this mixtape, from Most Valuable Mac, Swift Dizzle, Matt Steez, and Ace Casino to others, conveys the true appreciation of each carefully crafted masterpiece, as they inject new emotion and charisma into every single song.
King of Kings Vol.2 The Mixtape Gods is essential in every hiphop fan’s collection. This is stuff that really gives you an insight into the troubled life and times we still live in. These are songs that you won’t ever forget, no matter what kind of hip-hop fan you are!