Take some time to breathe. Time some time to peep the scene. MRGR brings us a conscious and poetic second single following “Sunday’s Best”, this time in collaboration with Chuuwee.
A contemplative message, in which Sacramento MC’s verbal science shines by its accuracy and the fundamental questions it raises in each and everyone of us. To empower such a deep inner consciousness, MRGR went to church and cooked a soulful instrumental, mixing the fervor of an osscilating Gospel organ to the grace of a near religious sampling.
MRGR seems to have a knack for finding budding MC’s who perfectly suit his modern yet nostalgic production. “Sunday’s Best” with Hugh Augustine, reminds me of Nipsey Hussle/Dom Kennedy. A smooth west coast, 80s type chune. Chuuwee on “Human Being” is more clear, concise and bold with more of a Vince Staples tone and delivery.