Audio Push has all of your 4/20 needs covered on their new mixtape “The Good Vibe Tribe.” As a continual advocate for how dope and underrated of a duo Audio Push is, I was curious to see if the earthier, more organic (pun intended) “The Good Vibe Tribe” would deliver. After one (partial) listen I can gladly continue my AP campaign with a clear conscience knowing that the two rhymers from Inland Empire, CA are the truth. The 14-cut project has the feel of a full-length album with no throwaways. While features from artists like G-Eazy, OG Maco, Isaiah Rashad, Fat Trel, etc. add texture to the tape, the music’s depth, creativity, and vision surpass expectations exclusively on the shoulders of Oktane and Price. From the “Ask Me” opening to the “Take Care” closing, TGVT is a collection that denotes peace, love, and positivity. Oh – and not to mention an array of bars and rhyme schemes that only further validate my supportive campaign. Now go download “The Good Vibe Tribe” and enjoy the rest of your herbal holiday.
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