The unknown rapper picks up where he left off on his impressive debut album, The Phantom of the Corner Store. Decked with climatic beats, Wilder goes apesh*t with distinctive flows delivered in a ferocious tone. Without question, Manco Wilder is here to bury MCs putting out wack sh*t. He dissects a motley of emotions with bars sharp like daggers on each album cut. The raw wisdom magnifies hip-hop’s therapeutic power while solidifying Wilder as a beast on the microphone.
His world-class raps collide with featured companeros like ElCamino, Eddie Kaine, Sauce Heist, and many more. The collaborative joints feel like an all-out blitz as underground hip-hop heavyweights shell out raps that could make a sucka MC burn his notepad. Wilder’s gritty, thematic style makes There Is No Sunrise Yet To Come sound like a film score with rhythmic depictions that illuminate like Saint John Flames. Enough said, press play to hear this underground classic.