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Aside from being one of the most technically proficient rappers coming up in the game, what makes Chance The Rapper great is his willingness to collaborate. Before Acid Rap he would do features with nearly anyone, which I think is a great quality in a young artist. His guest verses have helped rising Chicago artists, such as Alex Wiley, Kids These Days, and Milo & Otis, get their rightful notice, as well as helped Chance expand his own fan base through collabs with artists like Childish Gambino, Joey Bada$$, and Hoodie Allen.
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Pac Div is back again with their 4th mixtape, ‘Mania!” Sponsored by the legendary Don Cannon, this one has a little bit of something for everyone. Starting out extremely soulful and jazzy with “The Mirror,” they quickly move to a really energetic song that’s sure to have you dancing in “SuperNegroes.” With smooth R&B on tracks like “Take Me High,” mellow rap on “Nobody’s Perfect,” and harder tracks like “Still a Knuckelhead,” Pac Div covers it all on this tape. From start to finish, this is a quality listen.
While I’m not a particularly huge fan of their music, this is the best I’ve heard from Pac Div, and the potential is blatant. For whatever reason, I’m just not particularly attracted to their sound. I’m planning on keeping this in the rounds over this week though, I really think it could grow on me. If it grows on me and my initial thoughts are proved wrong, I’ll be sure to post another Pac Div track setting things straight.
What do you guys think?
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