Saturday, December 6, 2014

Rip City Rick's "Rise & Shine" review

Here goes a true artist that is sure to keep you in-tuned from begging to end. I was introduced to this from by my brother a few days ago and I was enamored by his proficient expertise. This is a work that deserves to be acknowledged and you will hear his capability in Track 06- "Spell".

I really enjoy being able to put a spotlight on an artist of his ingenuity. He has other mixtapes, and I'm sure all of them are just as nice as this one. I will be sure to be on the lookout for future works. He lyrics are structurally on point, and he keeps his message consistent through out the entire mixtape. If you don't believe me then listen to Track 12- "Long Time"

The only problem with this mixtape is I never heard of him before. This came out a few months ago, and I just came across it. If it wasn't for my brother, I would have no clue he existed. I have learned that if you don't spend most of your time promoting your work, then there is no point in doing it at all. Not everybody is gonna swag with what you have to offer, but that's all good because there are plenty more who will be willing to give it a chance. Sometimes the timing just isn't right, but when it is be prepared like in Track 13- "Ready Or Not" ft. Floss; prod. by SMASHA. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


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