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The American Villain

by Mac the Rebel

Dope Lyrics, Dope Beats, with a twist of Spiritual Revolution! This Album was to bring perspective of how Todays America with the Trump Administration & Authority figures "views" the major public today who are going against the animosity of faux heroism
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hardcore Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. (Intro) I'm a Villain
3:28 album only
2. The American Villain
6:00 album only
3. Rhyme Retribution (feat. Rex Luger & Legitimate (Of Babylon Warchild))
4:46 album only
4. 1511 - 2017
5:27 album only
5. Mouth of Madness (feat. Alphabetik)
5:24 album only
6. C.A.S.H.
2:48 album only
7. The Law of Writing
3:20 album only
8. Bullsh!t (The Sequel) [feat. El*a*kwents]
4:20 album only
9. Angels L.O.S.T. Part 1 (Dark)
4:01 album only
10. Eugenics
3:40 album only
11. Paws on Broken Glass (feat. MC Therapist)
3:58 album only
12. In the Search of Rapture
4:29 album only
13. Leafs n Keefs
4:34 album only
14. Genuine Conquest (feat. V X :Heaven's Assassin (Of Guerrilla Alliance))
4:03 album only
15. Angels L.O.S.T. Part 2 (Light)
4:34 album only
16. Spartan Brawl (Tone Spliff Remix) [feat. Sean Price & Pacewon (Of the Outsidaz)]
4:20 album only
17. Namaste (Outro)
2:31 album only
18. The Chakra (Bonus Track - CD Only)
3:29 album only


Album Notes
In the face of the modern era of Hip Hop, it seems that lyrical skill has become an increasingly rare commodity. Thankfully, rappers like Mac The Rebel prove that this is still alive and well. “The American Villain” is a massive and expansive
testament to Mac The Rebel’s lyrical and technical skills as a rapper, and ultimately puts many contemporary rappers to
shame. Each track on this 17 track LP (1 Bonus included) is as hard as it is lyrically creative and refreshing, and ultimately proves that Mac The Rebel is force to be reckoned with in the underground. The opening track is a slow burn with an interlude, but has a sharp dive into some of the hardest bars we’ve heard this year right off the bat. Mac The Rebel’s flow is signature and unique to itself, and he shines on this track as well as the rest of the project. “Rhyme Retribution” is a straight up banger, taking a note from other examples of Old School Hip Hop with the sample of R&B. “Spartan Brawl” Remix featuring Hip Hop heavyweights Sean Price (R.I.P.), and Pacewon (of The Outsidaz) is as hard as ever showing lyrical prowness, with gut wrenching one liners and perfectly crafted bars that rival those that defined the genre. “C.A.S.H.” and "Eugenics" is a highlight track as well, showing Mac The Rebel’s versatility and range as an artist with wordplay and conceptually. Also gems as "Genuine Conquest" returns to the theme of villainous takeover, uniting Mac with VX of their group 'Guerrilla Alliance', as both emcees make references to "Point Break" and The Joker's philosophy in "The Dark Knight" in an epic heater. It is difficult to describe just one example of this project without examining every detail of each track. This project is easily one of the largest, brightest, definitive and groundbreaking LPs that we have ever heard, and we expect to see Mac The Rebels name boil in hip hop music very shortly.



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