Heaven is subjective. That’s one statement that’s always stuck out to me. While a state of nirvana is no doubt reachable, there’s no uniform way for anybody to achieve this, leaving people to form their own utopia. When it comes to Las Vegas rapper Mac Nealy, that paradise just might be neon.
Following the recently popular trend of a 7-track-EP, Neon Paradise is a meticulous ride. At times, it feels groovy like on, “Project 10,” a track with an 80s pop feel with a modern rap twist. Sometimes it feels introspective, like on the high reflective song, “Little Wait.” But at the root of it all, it’s just good music. Neon Paradise is best listened to on your nighttime drives home from the club, or on those late night money runs. Whatever scratches your itch.
Check out, Neom Paradise below and get familiar with Mac Nealy.
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