Flee Lord & Crisis Drop Their Anticipated Collaborative Project “2-3 Zone” (Album Review)

The wait is over for Lord Mobb fans! “2-3 Zone”, the new collaboration album between Lord Mobb founder Flee Lord and producer Crisis dropped today on all platforms on Lord Mobb, LLC / The Syndicate Music Group.

One of the standout features of the album is the production, which is consistently solid throughout. Crisis provides a variety of hard-hitting beats that complement Flee Lord’s gritty and aggressive delivery. The two clearly have great chemistry, and the result is a cohesive and well-executed project.

Lyrically, Flee Lord showcases his skills as a storyteller and paints vivid pictures of street life and the harsh realities of growing up in the inner city. His lyrics are often introspective, reflecting on his own experiences and struggles. Some dope features on the album include “Up & Down State” featuring 38 Spesh, and Conway The Machine, “Out The Jecks” featuring ETO, and “Trill Mobbing” featuring Bun B and Trea The Truth.

Overall this project earns a solid 9/10. “2-3 Zone” is a strong offering from Flee Lord and Crisis, and a must-listen for fans of gritty, street-oriented Hip-Hop. As we all know, anything Lord Mobb will never disappoint.

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