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MyGrane McNastee – Malachi Lives [Album] [2020]

MyGrane McNastee – Malachi Lives [Album]
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01. Beginning of the End…
02. Eye M. Alive
03. Malachi Lives
04. F!SH & GRITS
05. Put it in ya Mouth like this
06. Ameobas of Limerick
07. Long Live the Children
08. Secret Forest, Secret Window
09. Eye Love Pain
10. Eye Know Why
11. In the Rain (Hate you cuz I Love you)
12. The Devine Feminine
13. Soul Aggressive (Infinity)

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MyGrane McNastee – Malachi Lives

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MyGrane McNastee – #TheCoven [Album] [2017]


MyGrane McNastee – #TheCoven [Album]
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01. #TheCoven (Intro)
02. Salem Witch Trials
03. All Hallows Eve
04. My W!tch
05. La La Supreme
06. Oh Daddy
07. Momma (Never Go Home)
08. Descensum
09. Blvck Pegasus: starring Word Chemist
10. Nonnaihr/YOU
11. The Wolfe (Chelsea)
12. All Tomorrow’s Parties
13. Velvet Rope (Outro)

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MyGrane McNastee – #TheCoven

inspired by American Horror Story:Coven, Lords of Salem and the Salem Witch Trials

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MyGrane McNastee – DA SUPA SPIC [Album] [2016]

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MyGrane McNastee – DA SUPA SPIC [Album]
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01. Forced Entry
02. You You You II – Power Movements
03. Da Illness
04. Campain Fever (Feat. Murdoc) – Hock Tuey
05. If You Come My Way
06. 12 PM
07. Listen – Off & Out
08. October Baby (Da Supa Spic)
09. 3rd Shift (Feat. Murdoc)
10. Da Man Called Grane
11. Energy Raw
12. Ride Wittus – Bloody Wife Beater
13. Everything Remains Raw
14. Rhymaholic
15. Walk Around Town – Fryin’ Pan
16. The Dew Good (Feat. Amy Winehouse)
17. Believe It
18. Planet Terror (Feat. Murdoc) (The Custodian of Records Remix)

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MyGrane McNastee – DA SUPA SPIC


Also Available On: Limited Edition Cassette

“…For the unaware, MyGrane McNastee is an emcee out of Florida with a deep discography and an even deeper style of wordplay, if his compilation album DA SUPA SPIC is anything to go by. McNastee has a leaning towards horror and comedy, evident in his playful moniker and his music. Tracks like Da Man Called Grane, with its jagged opening, and Rhymaholic with its allusions to verbal hip hop addiction, give the LP a rambunctious but well assembled collection of tracks. What I particularly enjoy about McNastee is his vocal timbre and flow, harkening to the golden age and a fine representation of the Hispanic influence on hip hop.

The feelings on DA SUPA SPIC are that of joviality and disregard for try hard imagery of the mainstream today. This is an album for all generations, for the car, the home stereo, block parties and club nights but I suppose that’s the advantages of compilation albums – they don’t cater to one solitary emotion or message…” – Sampleface