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@ProphPeezy x Wool Over My Eyes (TammyTalks Review)

Its about that time again....Milwaukee native Proph will be releasing his new album Wool Over My Eyes on May 1. Proph was gracious enough to send me over an advance copy of the album to review. The album is jam packed with crazy beats and bars. Proph is such a lyrical rapper but has the finesse to easily ride every beat he encounters. This is such a versatile album...there is something for everyone on there. From "Million Dolla Slave" to "Newer Bitch" to "In My 96" you are sure to find a song that suits your musical taste. There are songs for the true hip hop head, songs for the radio, and songs for the lyrical music lover. 

Here is a leak off of the album...thank me later


My favorite tracks
Underdog paints the picture of a the plight of someone trying to create a better life for themselves.
Sucka MC's is a fun yet boastful song where Proph tells of his success both in the rap game and in his everyday life.
Wool Over My Eyes is true dreamers song, Proph plans out his life as a superstar and wonders will it all be worth it or if he is blinded by the glamour of stardom.

Producer credits
Sucka Mc's- Noc Beat @nocbeats
Newer Bitch- Dylan Thomas @dylanefinthomas
So Cold- Allen Halas @allenhalas
In My 96- Klassik @Iamklassik
Underdog- Noc Beats
Muscle- Plaga @plagamusick
Do Our Thang- Art The Beat
On Ten- Dylan Thomas
Million Dolla Slave- Jon Henry
Wool Over My Eye's- Plaga

Look for the album May 1 on rubyhornet and donutsandmilk. It will be available for free download on both those sites as well as prophpeezy.com

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