E-the Prophet has been honing-in on their distinctive sound since 2004, they’ve been rubbing shoulders with the likes of Mac Miller, Tech Nine, Boosie and Dom Kennedy, most notably, they’ve dropped their commandingly unique album ‘Picasso’.
The best introduction to the artist’s soulful yet scathingly dominant style is ‘Mop’ featuring Brandon Sky. With the dualling convictive rap bars running through the gritty yet upraising track, you’d have to be clinically dead not to feel the rhythm and get hooked into the grind.
You can check out E-the Prophet’s album Picasso out for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
Review by Amelia Vandergast