Boston’s Millyz arrives with his new project, SPED. The follow-up to his well-recieved Future Memories EP comes a day after hosting a listening party at a local sneaker boutique, which featured Boston’s most prominent DJs and media publications; a testament of the rising rapper’s talent and lengthy network.
Featuring 17 tracks, the new collection of music is on the darker side, the rapper admits, “SPED is a project I made going through a dark period in my life, the music reflects that.“ Besides a few loosies in “Substance,” “Drift,” and “Roll The Dice,” there wasn’t a great deal of pre-release promotion and in a way, that makes the project special. Sometimes it’s best to let the music speak for itself and forgo any long thought out marketing campaigns. This is exactly what the case is here.
Over the last five years, Millyz has built up a strong reputation for delivering quality music through a slew of mixtapes and standout collaborations. Whether it’s original cuts or industry freestyles–both of which appear on SPED–he’s been consistent with his rhymes but also makes sure to keep his content personal yet relatable. With drug infused raps, he takes listeners on a dark and somewhat twisted journey. While fans will certainly enjoy the project, it clears that it doubles as a platform for the rapper to get a few things off his chest.
You can stream SPED below, a downloadable version will be available tomorrow here.
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