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My Filthy Spirit Bomb
Reviewer Rating: 10/10
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Review by: Rest Easy Soul
Added on: May 25, 2017
I've been listening to this album at least once a day since I bought it. I'm not tired of it at all and I don't see myself getting tired of it any time soon. G-Mo is one of the latest signings to Twiztid's Majik Ninja Entertainment label and he was an amazing singing for them. There's a lot to be said about the destructive FLITH king from the Bay Area

Very few people, such as myself, were unfamiliar with him before Twiztid signing him but this dude is all about the hip-hop bringing you raw and rugged lyrics with some good underground production and a tenacity that cannot be matched. He reminds me of a much younger DMX from Hell is Hot era. He's got a confidence that cannot be match and he expresses that by going after the Juggalo Kingpin, Violent J in a Diss (not featured on this album - Check out Pull His Resume). So what does this album present?

This album is also filled with a unique blend of video game and Dragonball Z references which is my cup of tea.

Tracks like Human Cloth and G are straight up rugged, raw rap that makes you miss the days of Getto Boys and early NWA. There's no filter and no regard for being politically correct. LYrics filled with raw hate, anger, violence and drug references that bring you back to the early Eminem days. He does the whole comic book killer schtick fans of Twiztid and early Eminem are familiar with and he does it really well.

Better Dayz features the Inf Gang which, in my opinion, rap just as good as D12 from the Devil's Night era and I actually like what I hear a lot. There's a track that features D12 (When Worlds Collide) that's also white hot, which is why I drew the comparison. Easily 2 of the best tracks on the album.

Hopsin, Twiztid, and as I've mentioned Inf Gang and D12 fill guest spots for certain songs and they do an amazing job for fans of theirs being introduced to this new artist.

The production, as I've said, has an underground flair so don't expect a Dre or Mel Man beat but the production here does what it needs to do. There's a bigger focus on the lyrics and the rapper himself. Our Bitch is probably the best produced song on this track. Don't expect Seven style tracks you're used to with Twiztid tracks, but you'll find yourself at home with these dirty beats.

Honey Badger is a fitting track with a fitting title. Here G-Mo showcases his tenacity and filth. At this point you realize filth doesn't mean nasty it means dirty, as in straight up dirty rap. He truly is a product of hip-hop and a welcome addition to the genre.

Honestly this is the best rap album I've heard in quite some time. It's not alternative rap it's straight up hardcore rap. It pays homage to the old days and if you're a rap fan, a DBZ fan, a video game fan, a Twiztid or Eminem fan then you'll feel right at home with Skee. Even Tech N9ne speaks highly of him. This whole album is insane and yes it is a 10/10 album because I don't skip anything and I cannot find any faults with it. It's a no hold barred, nothing held back return to the glory days and what better way than a young underground protege that's not named Kendrick Lamar.
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