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Bio: MC Moe Pope's career first took off in the early 2000s with Bay Area-based hip-hop band Mission (who later became known as Crown City Rockers). After a series of 12"s, Pope appeared on the group's LP, One, in 2001, before he decided to return to Boston in order to look after his daughter. Back i...See Full Bio
Life After God ....Album in stores july 27th...
“Rain had one fuck of a task on his hands. The relatively unknown Boston producer was tapped by lyrically revered Project Move veteran Moe Pope to compose the follow-up to the latter's 2008 victory Megaphone, which was slow to burn but finally earned its due rep as a distinguished contemporary rap artifact. Fortunately, Rain aced the assignment by rising above beatmaker status and diligently synthesizing boom-bap with rich organic syrup to spoon atop Moe's tragic essays. Life After God is a mostly melancholy meditation, since Moe was both depressed and polluted through much of the writing process. But his rhymes — all of which are "misfit in the room of hoes that's materialistic" — are nonetheless enlightened nuggets that sparkle beneath the variegated highlights of Rain's drizzle. The post-Motown "City Lights" with Edo G throws back, "Bullitt" pushes forward, and the piano play on "Bang Bang" is (and I hate this adjective) timeless. ”