The album containing of nine songs is some of the most raw emotion we have ever heard from the New Jersey emcee. With sounds ranging from his evil rapid lyrical abilities (‘Duct Tape’ & ‘The Torch’) to laid back R&B vibes (‘Strange’, ‘Blame Game’) we see a more grown Matt Stotz on this album than ever before.
With only two features on the album, one being Nef The Pharaoh from the lead single, ‘Spazzin’’ and the second one being a collaboration we never though would exsist between M-Hunt and Young M.A affiliate, WAP5TAR on ‘Too Easy’ the two work well together.
M-Hunt who now has an established catalog is not looking to slow down anytime soon as he also recently just performed for the first time in his home state of New Jersey.
We know M-Hunt is always working and experimenting with new music so it shouldn’t be too long before we get another something new from the 21 year old artist.