It seems like HS87 is looking to actually make 2015 theirs, opposed to all the Twitter wanna be motivational speakers. They recently released an Audio Push track as well as a B-Mac one, both being produced by Hit-Boy. I mean, they are after all, the plug.
Hit-Boy switches the beat between a Sunday morning drive down the street to church and a darker, Sunday night at the Phantom of the Opera. B-Mac continues to prove that she can hold her own not just as a female emcee, but as an emcee. She’s entertaining, technical, and witty. B-Mac addresses her image in Hip-Hop contemplates changing it only to quickly and rightfully think that she should be comfortable in her own skin. Talent is hard to ignore, B-Mac. You’re on your way.
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Bryan Hahn has been aware of B-Mac. He’s on Twitter (@notupstate).