Montego Bay based Rapper MoulaUE has been staying busy these past few months. Since the release of his 2016 effort, “Know My Intentions“, he has made appearances on various projects with a verse or few. Today, the “Mobay Kingpin” makes his return with a new project titled “All U Go Get Until…” to shake up a few playlists. With 5 tracks in, and featuring Production from Thomas Craiger, JuloOnTheTrack, 1694, Dre Minor and Ty Rose, Moula’s ready to make you a believer that Hip Hop is very much alive in the 2nd City. With contributions from his KMT brethren Karma Crew and Daley, Rapper Yung Asura and Recording Artist Minx, this is something to roll up one with and hold a vibe. Expect more Music from MoulaUE later this year, including more guest verses, and a new Album. Be on the look out also for his “Conversations” series on Youtube. Check out the EP below!
It’s that time again for some new music fresh outta Montego Bay! Next up is the “Mobay Kingpin“, MoulaUE a.k.a. Moula Di Don! With a new project on the way, he starts off the week with “Big League“! Produced by Thomas Craiger, Moula talks that talk with a presence like a Mob Boss over a dark Production. Featuring Karma Crew and Daley who kick off lyrics like Snipers on a big payroll, this should hold you over as Moula makes his return. For those familiar with the trio, they’re also known as “KMT” so consider this a little reunion. Off Moula’s new “All U Go Get Until…” EP which sees a September 8 release date, check out the track below.
Those Mobay Rappers are at it again! As the 2nd City continues to make noise, two very active members Karma Crew and MoulaUE team up to deliver, “IZU“. Fresh out of the 876 Beats & Records Label, Karma fires off line after line while Moula plays the background like an Incognito Kingpin over some fun Hip Hop Production. Karma has no time for the mumble Rappers, and while they don’t have a secret Society, all they ask for is trust if you wanna be down with the crew. This is one to keep on repeat, and let the world know that Jamaican Hip Hop is still growing. Check out the track below.
After dropping a short Freestyle series, a Music Video, Artwork, and a Trailer, Rapper Daley has finally released the follow up to 2016’s “Savage“, “Frustrated Dreamer“. Featuring a mix of Hip Hop and Spoken Word, Daley covers different moments in his life throughout the project’s 8 tracks. Featuring verses from Terall, MoulaUE, Johnny Billionz, Trill Soulutionary, and Production from Kid Jimi, Canis Major, J. Cardenas, and Justin Kase, listeners new and old will enjoy this collection of new music, and see Daley’s growth so far. Have a listen below!
What’s a dope track without a remix? Tonight, Montego Bay based Rappers MoulaUE a.k.a. MoulaDiDon and Karma Crew present to you their remix to Brooklyn Rapper Young M.A.’s “Ooouuu“! Unlike those who preferred to follow the pattern of the original, the Rappers tackle the beat to stake their claim that not only are Jamaican Rappers nice with the bars, but the Mobay Hip Hop scene is one to have in your radar! During their exhibition, they also name dropped a few Mobay Rappers that have been making noise as well. West west y’all. Look out for Moula’s “Bad Weather” EP and Karma’s upcoming single off an currently untitled project. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s taken me a little while to get around to checking this project out but i’m finally hip. First Coast Jamaica describes aficionados like myself who are obsessed with paving the way for an underground movement which clamors for a mainstream boost.
Words By: @Sef_Jo
The seamless Introduction to the project features the alluring vocal essence of Rosh. “One time for your mind..” is the message invoking a mindful meditation wherein listeners are asked to sit back listen and enjoy for the next 28mins~ Success, wealth and health for all.
- CITY SAVAGE
Clever metaphors and punchlines; sonics are on point too as we jump right in. Get used to the sound of Daley as his entire flow is switched up. At this point, I’ve made up my mind to refrain myself from too much comparisons. As we know, Mobay is the city Daley reps; I want to assume, however, that living in Pembroke Pines has had some influence on the Rapper’s creative experience. MoulaUE’s booming rhymes and OneLoveTheo final verse reminds us that we have got to keep it savage. This is the ultimate rule and trap culture is reiterated.
As an audiophile, I always love when Artists choose singles that will get me hype. This is what made me interested in giving the project a listen. From the Instrumental to the energy presented here, I’m hardly regretting my decision to compare Daley to some one else. The mystery box that is First Coast Jamaica is that just as it in every other corner of the world, you never know what you will find. Ignite allows me to experience the full versatility of Daley, solely. Don’t care how you feel about it, this joint slaps.