Portuguese producer Mz Boom Bap drops his debut project courtesy of “Don’t Sleep Records. The 6 track EP features Awon, Phoniks, Curtis RoachNemesyzz Rigby, Philo, Ryler Smith and MC Shinobi while Mz Boom Bap laces potent nostalgic backdrops from start to finish.

Album Brief:

“The Rawness” is the debut EP from Portuguese beat maker Mz Boom Bap. The newest release from underground hip hop label Don’t Sleep Records, co-founded by duo Awon & Phoniks. A genuine homage to the golden era, everything from the drum programming to the sample selection to the subtle ringing distortion of the Akai s950 delivers a seldom seen old-school authenticity. Where similar style efforts often fall short by overpaying for uninspired bars from aging New York veterans, Mz has instead recruited an underground freshman team of budding young rhyme spitters. Only 30 seconds into track 2 you can hear the youthful vigor in 17-year-old Curtis Roach’s delivery that will have listeners checking the album notes seeking an identification. Features include Don’t Sleep Records co-founders Awon & Phoniks (bars and DJ cuts, respectively), Curtis Roach, Nemesyzz Rigby, Philo, Ryler Smith and MC Shinobi. Neck braces sold separately.

Artist Biography:

Mz Boom Bap is an emerging young producer hailing from Porto, Portugal. A dedicated scholar of his craft, he has spent the past 4 years building a devoted following, releasing a stream of remixes and instrumentals in his signature underground boom-bap style. Known for a full-time work ethic and mastery of time-honored production techniques with machines like the Akai s950, MPC 2000, and EPS 16 he crafts gritty, melodic soundscapes ideal for emcee’s to eviscerate. “The Rawness” marks his first official release. Available on CD and vinyl (courtesy of Vinyl-Digital) as well as iTunes, Bandcamp and Spotify.

Production: Mz Boom Bap

Available On: CD, Vinyl, Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music,

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