Mr. Whomp Whomp aka Fiend aka International Jones releases new mixtape as a world premier on Datpiff. Hosted by Jet Life, Fiend jumps right in with “We Be In The City” kicking this mixtape off with an infectious track. Then he transitions into the catchy “Pipe It Up” and spits “me and wealth look good together, candy paint, wood and leather”.
Sticking to his mantra “Million Dollar Mission, Don’t Touch My Radio,” the New Orleans raspy rap icon maintains a cohesive body of work with unique freestyles and illustrious hooks. Beyond the signature plug, Deelow X adds a dope hook and verse on the actual cut “Million Dollar Mission”.
Fiend transcends and drops strong social commentary on “Missouri Madness” as he addresses the racial conflicts in Missouri. He gives kudos to Missouri’s college football team and their stance in the midst of racial issues on campus. “I was put here for greatness yet they greet me with hatred,” sends a powerful message concerning present day American issues.
Fiend rides comfortably through this mixtape and writes an imagery based project for his loyal listeners and beyond. The musical production complements his style and voice and Sleepy Eyes gains a stamp of approval on the first day of 2016.
Fiend closes the tape out with head banging “No Games” and taps right into the core of his artistry. The hook will be a constant in the dirty south and Midwest traps as usual. The Heat Magazine invites our readers to listen to this fresh off the press release packed with smooth melodies and tight lyrical cadence. View his “Missouri Madness” video and gain an internal perspective of where Fiend is headed with “Don’t Touch My Radio”.
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