Sunday, August 21, 2016

Merlin Miles "Gold" review

Alright everybody come and turn up for ya boi Merlin Miles. This mixtape was a sparkle of greatness from beginning to end. He is auriferous with his swag, and is able to work both sides staying savagely street and sentimentally sensible simultaneously. He is the real deal, and if you don't give him your full attention, you will be seriously missing out. He is gonna have you on full charge and feeling large with Track 04- "Im The Shit".

Merlin Miles is a man that is a real wizard, dropping some major spells. He on his hustle like Harry Potter, and he works his pin just as well as any magical wand. I was immediately captured by his realness, because there are not many out here who really does what they speak. He is able to go hard, while staying trill with every lyric. This is something special, and he gonna give you some knowledge with Track 06- "Shot For Me".

Now, I do have to state a few things that had me somewhat irritated. The first track was as real as can be, but it was way too long and almost made me skip the entire mixtape. To add to the agitation, the second track was titled "Intro vs. Intro". This had me confused and befuddled. I know it's not that serious, but sometimes an artist is a slave to 'doing too much' and I feel like that is what he executed. Never the less he did it strong and stayed long with Track 03- "Woah" ft. Kev Fresco.

Lastly, I would like to point how he shows some major affection for his father. Only reason I hit on this point, because I am in the same boat. Everybody will forever love their mother for giving birth, but the majority of fathers are beyond ignored. Whether it be your blood relative, or someone from the neighborhood who plays the daddy roll. We all need to make sure we represent and appreciate, for all the real men who give it to you straight. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Thursday, August 4, 2016

Jae Walk's "Blacklist3D 2" review

Everybody please come listen to ya boi Jay Walk. He is an elegantly melodic lyricist who will have you in your seat, chilling to the beat. Once I started hearing, I was immediately amazed by his tuneful stylish instrumentals and aesthetically decorative rhymes. This is not a bass banging trap tape, but instead something you listen to when your trying to get your head together, and you will know what to do when you hear Track 04- "Be Alone".

I really like the title to this tape. It can really suck being blacklisted and shunned out. People are super quick to make an opinion of someone, and they have never had a personal conversation with them. It's quite amazing how gossip can mold the way someone looks at you. Not everybody like's to follow the crowd. Someone who is called weird, thinks that it's weird being normal. It's boring to stay formal, and Jae explains it perfectly with Track 09- "Different" ft. TMO; prod. Paul Cabbin.

Jae Walk is the kind of artist I started this blog for. It's so much garbage that is promoted on the radio, and it makes hip hop look so bad. It's sad, because if someone like him was promoted on a mainstream level, he would be winning Grammy's. Instead we have to hear someone rambling about pandas and what not. I say keep fighting to good fight, and every artist out there should continue to do their part to change folks opinions. He is really reaching new spots with Track 02- "So Far" ft. Showmann.

I have been focused on some other moves lately, but like usual if anybody wishes to have a review just follow me on Twitter @BloggerFrank, add me on Snapchat greatfrank87, or email me at Just hit me up and I will respond in due time. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.