Penelope Dollaz finally gives us what we have all been waiting for: her debut mixtape titled “Flirting With Strangers”. You probably remember Penelope (aka Prncess Morbucks) from my Kent Gone Wild Pt. 1 blog a few weeks ago and her song “Yeah Ho” which is a single on her tape.
Penelope is such a dope chick and this mixtape does not sound like typical hip-hop (which is a duh moment for those who follow her music). It gives me a 90’s hip-hop/hipster/techno/trippy vibe – which almost reminds me of Kid Cudi with a female touch.
You can hear that she is not afraid on the track and she definitely “has a passion for this shit.”
She hops on the beat and dominates every track with no hesitation. This tape is exactly what I was expecting and I LOVE IT! I’ve mentioned before and I’ll say it again – she is the only upcoming female rapper who doesn’t have to talk about how “wet” or “phat” her box is to get noticed (if you know some one else, show me I would love to see it).
MOB Music has been doing a lot of working as well doing some behind the scenes preparing for their next tape. Keep your eyes and ears open because the MOB is cooking and they are about to come HARD! You saw the numbers #WordsUnspoken, #PointProven, #SunAndShade, #SNARE2, AND #PeoplesChamp did the first time around. Can you imagine what these guys have coming next?
Stay tuned here because this is the ONLY place you will find anything MOB related – I am the connect, fam.
No one in the MOB has the same sound; every one is unique.
A-Down (who has been mentioned on this blog a numerous amount of times) is a member of the MOB who I have personally watched evolve as an artist. He can always make me feel mellow and let me vibe out and both of these tracks do just that.
I feel like “What You’re Here For” is my favorite because it has a The Weeknd sample. BUT, “Dreams About A Million” has that guitar strumming that is so soothing. A-Down doesn’t even plan on releasing these tracks himself anytime soon but luckily he allowed me to share them with you all!
Take a listen to A-Down’s new tracks and let me know what you think.