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7 Mile Mob emcees take over their scene by storm

06.20.08 | Emblog | In hip hop, 7 mile

A good dose of well placed ghetto rage, a hardcore electric guitar background, a well handled keyboard, hammering drums: welcome to 7 Mile Mob’s artistry.

Discover some dedicated emcees with a determined mobbing spirit.

Buttons Up is astutely constructed on rhythmic a piano-keyboard background. It unveils the doors to the 7 Mile MOB crew that takes over with lyrical confidence.

Haters And Bustas must be ready to get lyrically and instrumentally by a talented crew.
As the repetitive chorus “We don’t fuck with you haters”, the menace grows like a dark cloud in the sky. 7 Mile Mob are ready to pour out their rage on very rhythmic, well handled lyrics.

I recommend the song to Detroit hip hop lovers, because it truly represents the Detroit hood.

Black J’s slowly starts on claps, dark and deep rooted keyboard sounds. 7 Mile Mob’s flow amazing flow delivery needs to be underlined in any case.

I enjoyed the raw reps, the harsch attitude and the scurrilous atmosphere of the song.

Although Cutie Pie is a softer song, I think it is worth listening to, because of its swinging accents.

It has a beautiful funky flavor. Again, you will be amazed by the nice flow delivery provided by the talented 7 Mile Mob emcees.

Check them 7 Mile hip hop representatives here.

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