Macamillion used beats that we all recognize on some of these tracks. At first I honestly didn’t know how to feel about that. Normally I find that artists struggle to make the tracks sound original due to the influence of the original song. However, Mac really approached the beats with a completely different style. Mac's vocals on these tracks take me back; he reminds me of rappers like Three Six Mafia, Lil Wyte, and Pastor Troy. Mac has that classic rough and raw flow. He's based out of Hillside in Duluth, MN and he talks about the real shit that goes on in that small town that even most residents are unaware of. On top of that he throws in slick diss tracks and smooth one liners that'll steal ya' girl. Mac has a very Flatbush Zombies-like theatrical voice full of passion in a lot of these tracks which really adds a sense power and intention behind his rhymes.
When asked about the album Macamillion said “I waited years to put a project I was proud of all the way around. No one had done all industry tracks in so long just barz no song format just back to rapping I feel like I proved again why I'm one of the best to ever come from hillside.” Don't sleep on this album, especially if you live in Duluth! Mac's work is a very important poetic response to life in Hillside. Support local artists.
Listen to this album and Macamillion's other work here.
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