While Las Vegas in general has been catching a buzz in relation to its growing Hip-Hop scene, North Las Vegas in particular has been churning out heaters. With guys like Big Homie Stone & Impact RH making noise on one side, resident prodigal producer/rapper Wave MMLZ decides to come out of his cave and drop a nuclear bomb of a single in, “Walk The Line.”
Self produces by Wave & featuring fellow Norftown legend T. Rabb, “Walk The Line” is one of the better singles I’ve heard from Wave in 2018. Carrying a, “fuck it” type energy that makes his cadences sound a lot more confident and aggressive, Wave further establishes a sound that was starting to become a bit more prominent on each passing single. Though the stoner-rapper is one for peace and tranquility — MMLZ stands for, “Make Music Live Zen” — he makes it pretty obvious on this one that rapping with the best of them is not an issue, but a sport.
Oh yeah, did we also mention T. Rabb is on the record? I think we did, but just had to do it again. The show-stopping verse from the Vegas legend is a positive sign of things to come after a relatively quiet year.
Check out, “Walk The Line” below and get familiar with North Las Vegas.
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