The King of the studio has returned, as Mez rolls through with his brand new single "Southside Mez." Before diving in, it should be stated that Mez is first and foremost a visionary. One who works to bring his music to life through audio and visual alike. There's the confidence of an auteur director on the mic, one that has translated in new ways since he's started working behind the camera. On that note, Mez makes sure to accompany his latest with some excellent visuals, designed and edited to enhance the dynamic nature of his flow.
On that note, Mez continues to operate at an elite tier. There's a reason his skillset attracted the likes of Dr. Dre and J. Cole, both of whom welcomed the rapper into their inner creative circles. Here he kicks off a pair of whirlwind verses, his flow schemes and bars clever throughout. "Now all these publishers keep on callin' a n***a, said you need my help to get you a song," he spits. "Everybody want my taste, ten years later Mez done invented it all / now ya'll now I got a visual ma, me and Tarantino playing tennis tomorrow / can't stop till all my n***as wrists freeze up -- that's a chemical bond."
Check out the new banger right now, and be sure to show some love to Mez in the comments. Are you interested in checking out a solo album?
Now all these publishers keep on callin' a n***a
Said you need my help to get you a song
Everybody want my taste, ten years later Mez done invented it all
Now ya'll now I got a visual ma, me and Tarantino playing tennis tomorrow
Can't stop till all my n***as wrists freeze up -- that's a chemical bond