So OBVIOUSLY everyone else still has projects to release, but I'm just curious, based on everyone who has released thus far this year, who do you think has pulled ahead for MVP this year? Between Kutt, Lynch, Ces, Rittz, and Wrek (The Rooftops Mixtape)? Personally I feel Rittz right now, simply for the fact that I wasn't anticipating his album AT ALL, so it dropped and came completely out of left field and knocked me in the head like a fucking streetlight. But i think Wrek may take it for me in the end simply for the fact that I loved the rooftops mixtape, and doubt The War Within will disappoint. So who do you guys think has put the best out so far, and would have your vote if the polls opened today?
I'd leave your closet open for the next couple days, at least then you'll know when it's closed to prep for being eaten haha!
Blasphemous DA said:
haha yeah since i didnt put him first ill get a call in couple days from a creepy voice like " have you checked the children yet" and ill be like " i dont have any children" and he'll say " oh... well im in your closet!!!"
Alex M said:
Rittz so far because of how well his album sold. He has made the biggest impact on the label this year. Hardest working goes to Wrekonize, hands down.
Wrek for me. His work rate has been incredible and will be for the rest of the year with touring. His album was a solid piece of work and I have no doubts that Believers will be fantastic.
Honestly I would say Kutt. Ces didn't blow me away like I thought they would, Lynch's album was awesome but I wouldn't say #1, Rittz would be my #2 (Im still trying to understand what he is saying at some points), Wrek's album is still growing on me but due to the fact that its so new I haven't fully comprehended the full album (it did seem to mimic killer with the whole psych buisness). Kutt's had real songs like In They Honor, Hello and Goodbye and it had bomb features on songs like Self Preservation, Same Thing, and 501s and Rightsides. Maybe I am just bias because no one ever shows Kutt love!
I gotta say Wrek.
TWW was an incredible album.