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Mystery | City of Kings

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City of Kings

by Mystery

Influenced by one of Spike Lee's Classic Brooklyn films "Clockers", Mystery uses intense flows and aggressive metaphors to tell the tales of the highs and lows coming up in Kings County aka Brooklyn, NY.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Errol Barnes
3:13 album only
2. City of Kings (feat. Dunham Smiley)
4:28 album only
3. Gettin' This / Multiply
4:01 album only
4. Do That
4:04 album only
5. Cactus
2:45 album only
6. Dark Liquor (feat. Michael Khords)
2:47 album only
7. So Right (feat. Chance Amilli)
3:29 album only
8. We Got It (feat. Foku$)
5:13 album only
9. Raw (feat. Rilla Crowley)
4:16 album only
10. Waxx On
3:36 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Mystery, an acronym for Mastering Your Self Through Excellence and Righteousness Youthfully, also credits his beginning stages during high school “When I first got to high school, Rap was only a hobby for me. “People would see my writing and ask me to rap something.” Hailing from Brooklyn, home of some of Hip-Hop’s elite, he said he is able to structure his rhymes to “Include all the things I’ve seen, wanted, or had.” and has become familiar to the negativity of what ‘the hood’ brings. Having a team (an actual team) is not unusual for Mystery. He is the face of his illionaire society brand. Described as someone that has an abundance of “illness,” Mystery along with his illionaire society team, promotes a positive lifestyle where we should not feel pressured to society’s standards. “Your condition shouldn’t determine your position, no matter the circumstances, disability, age, race, sexuality, money,” explains Mystery. Already progressive in his artistry, Mystery knows the importance of branding himself. His videos raise the bar in the underground Hip-Hop scene, with Pinto Bros’ produced cinematic pieces such as his video ‘Late Night,’ from the project entitled "Illionaire Lifestyle EP". His apparel line has public awareness and only continues to grow. “Being a brand was important to me. I realized I could do what a label should do myself,” says Mystery. From building his own studio, to learning how to produce beats, and doing his own music engineering, Mystery considers himself as the “entire package.”



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