Lucky Dice‘s latest release is the self aware and hard hitting LP titled “M.O.S.A. (Memoirs of a Starving Artist) ” . At 17 tracks deep, Lucky Dice affords us a very definitive outlook with his brand of profound, personal yet gritty raps. He tackles a myriad of issues ranging culled from his personal experiences as an artist and much more.

Fans got a taste of the record in the first half of 2016, when Dice dropped his fantastic street single, “The Underground,” featuring Chi Knox and frequent collaborator REKS. From there, the rap community was waiting on what was next while the emcee continued toiling away and perfecting M.O.S.A. The arrival of this winter’s raw and honest “Memoirs” revealed that Dice was ready to bring his album to the masses—and yes, it’s finally here.

The end result is an early contender for one of the year’s best rap releases, because Dice weaves a gripping tale across these 11 tracks. Beyond “The Underground” and “Memoirs,” other instant standouts include the mafioso raps of “No Message” featuring Phinelia, the shuffling one-two step of “No Time,” and the uplifting journal scriptures of “Better Life.”

As Dice raps on hard-hitting banger “What You Do It For,” dude has “been rappin’ for a minute, 20 years plus a little mo’”—and it shows. This is an artist with a clear vision who’s eager to share his message, and the world is definitely ready to listen.

M.O.S.A. (Memoirs of a Starving Artist) is now available through all major digital retailers and streaming outlets via Beantown Bullies.

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