Ego And The Enemy
is the new album by M-Dot he released on January 27th, available below via Amazon.com but also available above is a glimpse of his new video he did with Jaysaun called “Fuggazi”. If you are a punk/indie rock fan, this has nothing to do with the band Fugazi, it’s a different entity altogether but one that you may find to your liking.
Ego & The Enemy
is the title of the forthcoming debut album from Boston’s M-Dot. As a means to hype him and it up, he presents a video made for the song “123 Flow”, which will prove that he is more than just hype. Have a look and listen to find out. The video was directed by Victor Keys.
A new cut called “Patriots (Red, Blue & Silver) has been unleashed by Mayhem, who some of you may know as a part of EMS. He is doing things with guests such as Big Shug, Edo G. and M-Dot, collected together by producer Souslicers with a bit of DJ slicing up the abdomens by LP2. This song will find its way on the Soul It May Seem project, and a video is being put together as you read this.
Ego And The Enemy
is said to be a 2-part CD release for M-Dot’s debut album and what does that mean? Unknown at this time but from it is a video of a song he did with Dominique Larue, Katy Gunn, and Clifford Smith, the latter better known as Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan.
EMS are Revalation, M-Dot, Kore, Mayhem, Undu Kati, Benefit and Desco and together they’re not hanging around just to be seen, they want to be heard too and are doing show with their new song “The Spittin’ Dead.” Not only that, they’ve made a video for it too, which will appear on Revalation’s forthcoming EP Emergency Broadcast
, which means this song is only a test. The song was produced by Soul Infected.
M-DOT is one person you have to deal with and three people decided to take on the challenge. Katy Gunn, Dominique Larue, and someone who is not a gentleman, the Method Man, are all a part of “Shine”, which they do equally well in a powerful way. Soulplusmind produced this 4 1/2 minute soon-to-be gem, give it a listen and you’ll want to take this home, which you can while supplies last.
Bostom rapper M-Dot is proud of his city and his music, as he shows in his video for the song “B-Sting”. However, you get a 2-for-1 special in this one as he carries in “Mass16” into the video for you.
Earl Patrick McNease was someone who loved hip-hop in his heart and showed this in what he had done online as well as in real life. Yesterday, it was announced that he died, for reasons unknown at this time. He was known as Praverb The Wyse, or Praverb for short, and the comments about his passing were immediate. Rapper M-Dot said he was talking with Praverb on the phone the night before he died so when he discovered the news, he felt he had to honor him in song. “Praverbs” is his tribute, done with producer Jerz.
If you were “Still Real & Raw”, what would you do? In the words of Snowgoons, you would turn it into a song. This means they were real and raw in the first place, but are they still real and raw? They asked M-Dot, Jaysaun, and Journalist 103 to help discuss the issue and the final song is revealed here.
A chu sets? It’s a question Revalation may not know the answer to, but “We’re From Mass” (get it?) is a song he put together but now it comes in the form of a remix by Gajos, with verbal help from M-Dot and Termanology. The song will not harm you in anyway, so stream and dig and if dug, download it for future reference.