BMP’s rap skills are refreshingly enjoyable at this point within the industry. His lines pour through with equal parts personal story-telling & poetry, with a dash of all that is authentically hip hop. 


Artists like The Jackstones don’t want to make another record that appeases the masses just for the sake of making an A&R department happy, and they don’t have to thanks to the market that indie musicians have built for themselves.


So much more than a song. It’s an atmosphere, a dream inside someone else’s mind – the results of a well-learned, meticulous musician bent on showing you music that will actually take you somewhere.