Mac Millie and R&B singer, Chakalatay slaying the crowd with a little sexy number. A cover joint to artist Sza’s, “the Weekend”. But injected with bars from Mac Millie. A bonus joint added to his set for the ladies.
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Mac Millie returns with his sophomore installment, Furious Stylez.
A year ago Mac wanted to Persuade, Inform and Entertain you. Now with more bench pressing done on the bars. He has come up with some catchy hooks to along with them bars to bring you Furious Stylez. Punch after punch, bar for bar, Mac delivers true skills in each song. Once again S7NLEE and Meesak provide the production behind the project. The immaculate intro alone lets you know the album just might be dope! S7NLEE‘s backdrop sets the tone with a live band instrumentation, with guitars whaling about. Alongside the lovely vocals of Chakalatay. It’s dramatic like 90’s hip-hop albums were. You remember how Diddy and Busta would do on their classics.
Immediately Mac jumps into a personal subject on the first song behind the intro. His firstborn son, and the everyday struggles of fatherhood in the hood. Maintaining a 9 to 5 to keep food on the table or get that work to move on the streets. Bottomline, fill that bag by any means. Mac’s detail on his lyrics will have you to rewind songs a few times. It’s no lie. You hear it in the bars. Something that eventually brought him to the Laurence Fishburne character, Furious Styles. It’s Furious’s tone and wise mind that leaves you with an impression. This album will definitely leave you with a good impression.
Songs like “ReWind” will have you motived to keep pushing pass diversity.[/quote] One of the backbones to this album I like to believe. You need those type of joints. There good workout songs, Lol. I like the point behind, “Say Less”. Another favorite of mine. Say less, do more. The secret to getting through a day when working at a nine to five. It’s some heat on Furious Stylez. “By Any Means”, the song featuring S7NLEE. That got in my head due to the promos. But that joint is dope! The group Chise Upjoins Mac on“When I Look N Ur Eye’s”. For the hip-hop head. “Give Me the Night” features the dope and beautiful Red Bella and R&B singer David X. A smoothed out, night sounding song. And when Red Bella speaks it gets sexy. IJS The album also features, Fitzptheo and Classic of the group Chise Up.
Available worldwide digitally via iTunes, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music, Google Play, Audiomack, Bandcamp and Gothic Soul Entertainment (website.)
Mac Millie is back with his sophomore release, Furious Stylez . . .
Heavily working in the MADDLABB Studio’s in Chicago with composer and producer, S7NLEE. It’s offering you some of everything musically. Mac takes on the Laurence Fishburne character from the movie Boys In the Hood. But Furious’s style and look doesn’t match the heat Mac is spitting over the MADDTRAXX S7N submitted for the project. Mac wants you rewinding his verses after a listen. It’s the hidden bars he carefully plants throughout a song that has you repeating it. Tediously lacing each line with witty, three denominational metaphors and catchy punch lines.
Mac always studying the game constantly. Listening to the greats like we all have coming up in big cities. And if you study the greats you gotta be doing something good. When he’s writing he searches for ways on how to approach each new song different than the last. Mash that together with S7NLEE’s original production and you got the makings of a monumental classic. Underground that is . . . indy living. The album is due out late September. Via iTunes, Tidal, Google Play, Amazon Music, etc.