Shrine B & Wooden Souljah – “Interstate Heavyweights 2” Hosted by DJ Flipcyide (Mixtape Review)

The dynamic duo of Shrine B and Wooden Souljah link up to resurrect a lost form of Hip Hop with DJ Flipcyide. Taking it back to the iconic mixtape era of Hip Hop that birthed the likes of today’s superstars Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne, and 50 Cent. Shrine B and Wooden Souljah present us with the drug dealing sequel, Interstate Heavyweights 2.

The 17-track project features a variety of serious spitters that provides authenticity to the product. While Shrine and Wooden serve up their signature brand of Hip Hop to the masses with Flipcyide at the helm guiding the board. Trafficking a collection of hard-hitting Hip Hop that has become irrelevant into today’s mumble rap trap era.

Stream Interstate Heavyweights 2 by Shrine B and Wooden Souljah now on Datpiff.

Simply put, the lyrics on the new project is pure and hard. Everyone assists the two stars with stellar verses emphasizing in classic street mentality. Well balanced with conscious and street, the cast focus on skill and fans of the art form will praise every minute of the ride.

The project revives the early 00s mixtape nostalgia from the cover to the tracklist. Focusing all the attention on the gritty, street lyricism that shined bright in the previous era. As the project pays homage, its modern wordplay is acceptable as the artists attempt to connect the past, present, and future on the latest effort. For the lyrical enthusiast, Shrine B and Wooden’s new project is enjoyable from beginning to end.

Ranking: 9/10

Highlight: Structure

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