Kevin Gates speaks on when his bro robbed a nfl player and robbed him of everything and give him the watch to have and he was wearing it and it was a fake watch and he ended up on blast for sporting a fake watch. Kevin Gates gets a taste of Karma? Kevin Gates is a Muslim who believes in the Qur'ran. Kevin Gates is known for his top songs such as "The Prayer", "Believe In Me", "Great Example", "Off The Meter", "Showing; Up", "Great Example", "Click House", "2 Phones", "Really Really", "I Don't Get Tired (#IDGT)", "Jam", "Mud", and also for his many features with artist like Lil Wayne, T.I., 2 Chainz, Young Jeezy, Young Thug, Birdman, Yo Gotti, Trae Tha Truth, Starlito, Young Dolph, Rocko, Mistah F.A.B., Maino, Juicy J, Future, Pimp C, Rich Homie Quan, Plies, The Game, Slim Thug, MIgos and many more. Kevin Gates new Album is Murder For Hire 2.
At the point when the vast majority consider ventures from Kevin Gates, it isn't his as of late discharged presentation collection, Islah, that rings a bell. Rather, it's the huge number of drain mixtapes that he's been putting out for more than nine years — the crude, uncut, unfiltered ventures that put the Louisiana rapper on the guide. Despite the fact that Islah was generally welcomed and his hit single "2 Phones" earned him a platinum plaque, fans and faultfinders alike cherish him for the mind-boggling road straightforwardness heard on his mixtapes. Fortunate for us, not for Gates, his affirmed record name bargain doesn't permit him to discharge another full studio LP until 2017, and thus we now have Murder for Hire 2, another mixtape that will without a doubt bolster the lanes.
At the very end of the introduction track "Fuck It," Gates thanks his audience members and says, "Welcome you for going along with me on this experience we going to go on" and it may be the realest proclamation he makes amid the whole half hour. MFH2 is a truly a genuine experience through the unpredictable mind of a filthy South hooligan meets changed over Muslim meets articulate mastermind. Sonically, he stays predictable all through each of the eight tracks yet there are champion minutes that may make them reconsider all that you considered Gates.
On "The Prayer," he menacingly raps lines like, "You no more noiseless, on some hoodlum poop/Hoe get out your sentiments/All on Instagram/Internet meat, lil' filthy stinky bitch," which are woven through legitimate lines of genuine Islamic petition. He even goes similarly as spitting "Quran with me, thumbin' through the Surahs" before discussing more block flipping and gun whipping. Those new to Gates' inventory may discover tracks of this nature off-putting or conflicting however those usual to his unusual topic will appreciate plunging into the more profound religious importance.
With regards to rapping, Gates has his specific style on lock. His scary tone, outfitted with his arms stockpile of streams, makes him a special voice in this time comparable sounding rappers yet what Gates has constantly battled with is his singing. Particularly on this tape, Gates gets got in these ungainly songs that don't play further bolstering his good fortune. On "Have confidence In Me," a passionate tune about relationship misfortunes, he raps with a fitting conviction however then carefully murmurs through a melody that sounds like he's half snoozing. "Lil Nigga" and "Incredible Example" include a more consistent utilization of his singing voice yet at the same time doesn't coordinate the verses or melodious substance. Both those tracks are additionally the most individual Gates get on the whole venture. "Used to get high yet I kicked it/Shootin' puppy sustenance in my dick" may be excessively much data yet generally, Gates benefits a vocation of assembling a plan for those needing to follow in his "genuine buddy" strides.
There isn't a tune on here that will pop the way "2 Phones" did (despite the fact that he makes bounty more telephone references on "Off Da Meter") however even after your first tune in, it's anything but difficult to advise that his objective wasn't to angle for another Billboard breaker. Entryways is on a notorious hot streak and is keeping his energy running with a short dosage of innovativeness.
MFH2 highlights all that we have come to adore about Gates and that's only the tip of the iceberg. Despite the fact that he falters with some vocal execution on a couple tracks, regardless he figures out how to assemble a strong free example extend that ought to hold us over until his sophomore offering drops one year from now.