[REVIEW] J Spades – MMMP3 [@REAL_JSPADES] [@G_Chappers]

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August 19, 2015 Georgina

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Hackney based rapper J Spades has finally presented fans with the long-awaited #MMMP3 aka GrT. Over two years after his previous release MMMP2 in June 2013, the east Londoner’s newest offering is a sure fire banger, and has made the MMMP trilogy one of the greatest UK rap triumphs in recent history.

The features include some of the most prominent rappers in both the UK and USA right now including Krept & Konan, Blade Brown and King Louie amongst others.

The 10/10 production provides the progression that so many artists don’t observe when dropping a new project at such an important point of their career. J Spades has been around for a hot minute now, but with the UK rap game at (arguably) its strongest in quite a while, he needed to make sure he didn’t sleep on the quality of the project, and he has indeed ensured that the final product is polished to perfection.

One stand-out characteristic of MMMP3 for me is J Spades’ personal evolution. Whilst still keeping in touch with his street rep that got him the listeners he has today, the versatility of this new project has opened doors for a wider audience. Moving on from the purely ‘hood’ beats that were most prevalent in his past releases, J Spades has provided listeners with tracks that have potential to be played in clubs or on mainstream radio (I’m talking 1Xtra, not top 40, obv).

The standout track for me is 50 Deep fefaturing Toronto rapper Big Lean. The chilled out yet still penetratingly fierce trappy beat, and the catchy hook combined with hot bars being dropped one after the other merge to create an absolute banger of a track. I’d happily cruise around London with this playing full blast out my Maybach if I had one.

Overall, J Spades’ charisma and appeal flourishes in MMMP3. The project is a credit to J Spades himself; as an independent artist it isn’t easy to knock up such an impressive creation and it should absolutely serve as inspiration to other unsigned artists. The two year wait was most definitely worth it.

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