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Epic hype tracks from Baltimore's Hunit Stackz





Epic hype tracks from Baltimore's Hunit Stackz

This album is some serious boxing entrance music. Synth brass, synth strings, and synth choir over 808s combined magnificently with copious Dragonball Z references set the stage for an epic confrontation between Hunit Stackz and his arch nemesis: mumblecore rappers. By about a minute through the album's opening track, you almost feel sorry for the rappers who Hunit Stackz is eviscerating. As Hunit Stackz told the Manhattan Digest, “mumble rap is garbage...Overall it's a disgrace to the greats. I decided to step up as the anti-mumble rap spokesman in hip-hop.” As for his own tracks, Hunit Stackz is not modest saying, “I feel I deserve unprecedented superstardom.” And after listening for a while, I think I'm ready to live in a Hunit Stackz dominated rap market.

-Mike Dranove

Published: January 26, 2018 |

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