"I was frustrated [after getting sober] that I couldn’t write songs in a half-hour without the cocaine, but I hit a creative burst this year. I’m sharper, I’m more on top of my game.”
Sober and with Arcitype producing by his side, a Boston hip-hop stalwart modifies his craft and hustle
“Hip-hop was never meant to be here,” Moe Pope told the crowd of family, friends, and artistic associates who came out for the event.
Esh swings hard with latest. Trust me, I’ve felt the punches.
It’s a widely accepted notion that mainstream hip-hop artists, as well as their fans, have lowered the bar for what’s considered talent, or entertainment.
Mind Spray works in Boston because there’s a huge amount of talent, but there’s also a huge lack of cohesion or community among the talented artists in the city.