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Mums FP

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Listen, I know I post a lot of hip hop on here, and I swear it’s not the only thing I listen to, but when there is so much great stuff coming out, all at once, I just can’t stop taking it in. And to answer your next question, yes, this artist I’m about to talk about IS from Atlanta. Am I too obsessed with everything that is Atlanta? Do I need to expand my horizons beyond the South? Well in the words of the great Pastor Troy –

Atlanta, I’ll rep for you, I’ll always be there for you.

So that’s what I do. Get over it.

Mums FP is hot right now. So hot. And it probably has something to do partly with the fact that he’s involved with the hottest collective/blog/crew in Atlanta right now, Governed By Loyalty, and partly because he can just straight up FLOW! I know I’m not terribly ahead of the game here, seeing as his Mr 4th Quarter EP dropped about midway through September of last year, but give me some credit, my plate has been full with other incredible releases from fellow Atliens DONNIS, Killer Mike (Or Mike Bigga, or whatever he’s called today. But that’s another post for another day..) Gripplyaz, etc…

Mums FP comes out hard on this release, channeling Bun B, Talib Kweli, and Andre 3000 to spit some of the most creative lyrics since the latter ran the game.. And honestly, I don’t think It would be wrong (or blasphemous) to say that what Mums was doing, 5 months ago, is exactly what Drake wishes he could be doing now..

Just give it a listen, and I mean REALLY give it a listen. Put it on your ipod, turn it on while you’re on the train, and just sink into it. I mean, winter is the perfect time to listen to hip hop, and this album won’t let you down as an accompaniment.

You can listen to (and hopefully download) the full EP here for free –

http://mumsfp.bandcamp.com

And check out all that is Governed By Loyalty here –

http://governedbyloyalty.com/blog

(david) Atlien for life.

Posted by: Diana

Category: Music

5 Feb, 2010

Category: Music

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