Doobie 83’s latest album, MPO, is a 13-track masterpiece that showcases the artist’s versatility and lyrical prowess. The album, which is his first album to release since 2020, opens with “A Goat,” a track that immediately grabs your attention with its classic drill beat and crazy flow. The sample of Wings by Macklemore adds an extra layer of depth to the song, making it a great start to the album.
The short song at 1:46 is another example of Doobie 83’s incredible flow. He never lets up on the intensity, keeping listeners engaged and wanting more. “My Fire” is a slower song that opens with a guitar and features singing instead of rapping. This shows Doobie 83’s versatility as an artist and proves that he can deliver a great performance no matter the genre.
“Hectic” is another slow-singing song that features hard-hitting bass. The distorted sample at the start adds an extra layer of depth to the song, making it one of the most memorable tracks on the album. “30 for 30” is a fan favorite that showcases Doobie 83’s thoughtful lyrics. The mix of singing and rapping adds an extra dimension to the song, making it a standout track on the album.
“Blindfold” opens with a sample and features hard-hitting bass. This shorter song packs a punch and is another great example of Doobie 83’s incredible flow. “Old News” is a slower melody vibe track that has a chill beat and a verse with singing in falsetto that adds to the overall feel of the song.
“2K” features a synth intro and has a Travis Scott vibe. It’s the shortest song on the album but still manages to deliver a great beat that will have you hitting repeat. “Yao Ming” was released as a single before the album’s release and opens with a slow piano intro before leading into a slower song with hard-hitting bass.
“R2R” has a piano intro that leads into a fast rap with melodic elements. The chorus is hard-hitting and adds to the overall vibe of the song. “Rags to Riches” and “Adding Up” are both drill beat songs that showcase Doobie 83’s hard-hitting rap style. The dark trap beat on “Adding Up” gives it a Sleepy Hollow feel that makes it stand out from the other tracks on the album.
“Behind The Walls” is a faster rap with a hard-hitting bass in the background that is mixed very well. The mix of melodic rap and rap is done perfectly on this track. “Deserved It” has a faster rap intro with a drill beat and monotone rap that matches the beat perfectly. The flow on this track is the fastest on the album, showcasing Doobie 83’s incredible lyrical ability.
“MAOM” closes out the album with a slow rap that mixes bass rap and autotune rap. The beat matches the rap perfectly, making it a great way to close out the album.
In conclusion, Doobie 83’s MPO is a great album that showcases the artist’s versatility and lyrical prowess. The mix of slower and faster songs, as well as the mix of singing and rapping, make it an album that will appeal to a wide range of listeners. The hard-hitting beats and memorable lyrics make it an album that you’ll want to listen to over and over again.