Mouchee Deeki | The Compound Effect

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The Compound Effect

by Mouchee Deeki

As a long-awaited follow-up, this hip-hop banger is a beautiful blend of old school bravado, witty-yet-conscious lyricism over a nice Bayou-Flavored Bounce. From raw underground trunk-bangers to futuristic flavor, this one's for the hip-hop heads.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Political Rap
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Love Me Hate Me
3:31 album only
2. My Money Make Money
3:06 album only
3. Still Hongry
2:55 album only
4. Still Runnin
3:55 album only
5. Power Moves
4:01 album only
6. Me for D.W.B.
4:00 album only
7. Jim Crow's Back
3:25 album only
8. Rappers out Here
3:14 album only
9. The Upside
4:18 album only
10. Outta My Mind
4:37 album only
11. Meditation Revelation
3:09 album only
12. On My Relations Ship
4:28 album only
13. Yeah Ya Right
3:18 album only
14. Right Fast
3:00 album only
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Album Notes
After two hot releases, rapper/instrumentalist Mouchee Deeki delivers his strongest, most complete work with "The Compound Effect." He's taken an extra step as a studio technician, having recorded, produced and mixed all the tracks. But he smartly enlisted top shelf folks to assist with bringing some striking beats, among them @vintagerippah ("Right Fast,"), @fatherilliterat ("Still Hongray," "Still Runnin,") and @KrossJackson ("Outta My Mind"). They bring outside muscle, but let there be no doubt, this remains primarily a tour-de-force effort supervised and executed by M. Deeki.

The opening cut establishes the mood, one of confidence and intensity. Deeki lets folks know off the bat this will be hard, strong and fierce material. He continues in that mode with "My Money Make Money," again done in breezy, dynamic fashion. The duo of "Still Hongry" and "Still Runnin" continue on the themes of evolution, polish and perfection, with Deeki sounding emphatic and focused.

"Power Moves" begins a subtle shift into more overview presentations, with Deeki now into observational mode. "Me for DWB" continues that direction, while "Jim Crow's Back," featuring the always compelling and provocative Mz Tiff E, delivers the disc's most energetic socio-political commentary to that point. "Rappers Out Here" is Deeki's combination challenge and appeal for performers to jettison phoniness and sharpen their messages and approach.

"The Upside" sounds an engaging, appealing tone, while "Outta My Mind" and "Meditation Revelation" return to a thematic framework M. Deeki previously explored on his first disc: inner thoughts and psychological concepts. "On My Relations Ship" delves into sexual innuendo's regarding his relationship with music, while "Yeah Ya Right" and "Right Fast" bring things to a powerful conclusion, with M. Deeki strongly reasserting his lyrical talents while prominent beats and textures envelope his frenetic rapping with appropriate backgrounds and supportive foundations.

"The Compound Effect" sounds like nothing already in the marketplace, and that's as it should be, because Mouchee Deeki refuses to replicate what the industry is putting. He's presenting distinctive work that demands and merits attention, and he's a performer who will soon have people wondering how and why they didn't recognize him before now.



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