Whispers is back with a new project that is straight New York to the core. Everything surrounding this project just sounds like classic New York at its finest. Whispers is pretty good on the bars. He may not be top tier, but he certainly enlists some of New York’s finest to help him out on the microphone. Sheek and Chris Rivers are amongst the features to help out the sound of this project. The beats on here are probably a bit above average on here. They really strived to capture a dope hip hop record here with this one. One of the highlights on here is “Bodies Off A Bridge” which features Money Bagz and Ellz Gully. This is a dope beat, bars, and a great hook combined. Whispers flips classic tracks that 90s fans will recognize on songs like “Murda On D Block” and “O.P.P. (MMXX).” This is a quick 8 track walk through New York that fans will definitely appreciate.
OVERALL RATING: 3.5 out of 5 Cheesesteaks
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This is a different release then we are used to hearing from the up and coming Bronx MC Whispers aka Tommy Whispers. It’s not quite singing and it is not quite rapping. This is a project that I wouldn’t necessarily play over and over. It’s more of like an introduction to what this man can do. This project is 7 tracks which is just long enough so that the listener doesn’t get bored of it. I think that Whispers is best suited to do hooks and maybe an occasional feature as already shown by his features with fellow Bronx MC Chris Rivers. Overall, he does a decent job on this but again, it’s not something I would keep putting in rotation. I’d like to think of it as if he is still in training. If you are looking for something different, maybe something with a bit more melodical, check this project out.
OVERALL RATING: 2.5 out of 5 Cheesesteaks
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