We alluded to a possible joint project between long term collaborators Chox-Mak and Bunty Beats a while back, and this week we got it. They’ve dropped a new mixtape called Balance. The new tape plays as an example of the versatility Mak has been striving for with his impressive internet releases so far this year and Bunty’s beats feel fresh, elevating the North Carolina rapper’s 90’s flow to a new level all the way from Scotland in the UK. Despite the distance between them, Balance is a coming together of two hard working artists who share a love of old skool hip hop. We’ve featured a handful of the tracks on EARMILK: “Patience”, the anthem of the tape kicks it off and later we get Mak’s cover of Kanye West’s smash “Bound”. Other highlights come in the shape of “Monster”; a much edgier effort than we’re used to from Mak as he goes into beast mode while Bunty’s production delves into dark horror rap territory. All in all Balance is a mixtape which stays true to its title, collecting the finest rap music of two determined players who bring the best out of each other.
Written by Jean Pierre Lutz
Through Bunty’s production and Chox-Mak’s lyrics, these two hungry up and comers have created quite a unique and impressive sound. On their new collaborative effort, Balance, the North Cacalack based crew exhibits some of the heat that they have to offer. Balance features a wide variety of music, purposely avoiding Hip Hop’s sub genre classification. Look out for more Bunty Beats and Chox-Mak tracks dropping in the future, as they release new material almost weekly. Balance will be exclusively uploaded on Audiomack.com
but will be on other sites available for a free download.
Written by Sha Be Allah(@KingPenStatus)
Cleveland born and Jacksonville raised Chox Mak along with the production by Bunty Beats who is from Scotland, UK have blessed us with yet another collaborative project Balance. I absolutely love the variety in sounds and instruments that go hand in hand with the smooth raps of Chox Mak. I had the pleasure of interviewing Chox Mak in early 2013 and I am proud of the progression he has made so far. The Hip Hop feel that is given through the 90’s inspired flows and beats is what attracts me the most. The lyrical content stretches over different topics, but the song “Queens” which is dedicated to his daughters is the one that stole my heart. I recommend keeping up with him, I predict his music will reach great heights.
Written by Katie Alyce