Music industry tour-life is something that most people would trade their 9-5′ in for without hesitation. The bright lights, the groupies, the VIP treatment are all intriguing lures. Nevertheless, for an underground hip-hop artist the travel accommodations in America can be significantly less glamorous to say the least. In spite of that Europe has conversely […]
A few weeks ago, LFOD Radio had Boston wordsmith M-Dot represent on their cypher and he let off a vicious 32-Bar verse for the 2016 Alumni Cypher Series.
Massachusetts’ MC Abyss brings in fellow Boston vet M-Dot on the aptly titled single “Overdue”. With a menacing drum & horn backdrop (provided by C-Lance of AOTP) the track evokes what’s been needed/overdue in hip hop. Vocalist Aisling Peartree offers the hook while LP2 lays down the scratches.
Seasoned Boston veteran Akrobatik (1/3 of ‘The Perceptionists’ w/ Mr. Lif & DJ Fakts One) calls upon another Bean-Town staple, M-Dot, as the two describe life on the road….trading bars effortlessly over LX Beat’s drum backdrop. The single “Migrate” can be found on Akrobatik’s forthcoming album “Antihero” (entirely produced by LX).
While in NYC for the recent Half-Time Show series finale, Boston’s own M-Dot linked up with Crazy Al Cayne for an all New Episode of “Spittin In Da Wip” a show that displays emcees freestyling over a random beat while they cruise the city in the backseat. Previous guests include Kendrick Lamar, Masta Ace, Sadat X, Phife Dawg, Hollow Da Don, Murda Mook and many more!
http://www.audiomack.com/search?q=Praverb+the+Wyse+Ft.+M-Dot+%26+Revalation Man, I actually find myself missing P pretty often. On September 17th 2014 MC/Blogger/Hip-Hop Activist Earl (Praverb the Wyse) McNease passed away unexpectedly. His loss has been greatly felt throughout the music community, leaving a lasting positive effect on many aspiring artists even today. “Average Joe” is a posthumous track from Praverb, previously unreleased and features […]
This is the second video off Mayhem & Soulslicers impending “Soul It May Seem” album, aptly titled “Patriots” for it’s play on the NFL team’s colors. Legendary Boston MC’s Edo.G (Special Teamz / A&E), Big Shug (Gangstarr Foundation), and seasoned veteran M-Dot (EMS) accompany uprising lyricist Mayhem (EMS), as they pay homage to their city, colors and team. While avoiding the cliche tribute record, each emcee uses individual verses, utilizing wordplay to articulate separate […]