DOPEBOY review

The Backwood Bandit has finally released his long-awaited project DOPEBOY.  After many delays it is finally here. The St. Louis trapper/ rapper has been dropping hits for a while now and I have been excited for this project for the longest.  Matty has been grinding for a while now, and it’s exciting to finally receive this mixtape after many setbacks and delays.

Matty wood$ dopeboy
Art work by @ARMONADON via twitter
The biggest thing that sets Matty apart is ability to flow over these dope beats, and his songwriting abilities.  I can see the growth and progression in his music on this project.  The production on the project was smooth and lovely. It is much more cohesive and flows better than his previous effort, Backwood Bandit.  The sole feature on this project is long-time collaborator Anwar, these two are a match made in heaven.  I would love to hear a collaborative tape with these two.  Matty flows over the production with ease and the end result is a enjoyable tape to ride too.

DOPEBOY is filled with infectious flows and relatable lyrics.  It is a fun project to listen to.  DOPEBOY is a great introduction to Matty Wood$. DOPEBOY is full of songs that are relatable and fun.  Matty is one of the most interesting artist in St. Louis right now, and this tapes displays all of his strengths.  DOPEBOY is a great tape and a great introduction to the St. Louis hit maker.

Score: 4/5

Favorite Tracks: Wassup, Supposed to Be, Trapstar

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