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Lazeevil – Mugger Therapy [Review]

Vancouver, B.C. – On Halloween day Vancouver artist Laze-e – aka Lazeevil – drops his LP Mugger Therapy. Born in Sri Lanka, Laze-e has found his passion and calling in the studio and is striving to make his name famous worldwide.


Initially, the album takes on a gritty and raw tone – each track protrudes Laze-e’s street-successful lifestyle with darker lyrics and sounds. As the album transitions into its latter half, the tone changes with a wider selection of instrumentals such as acoustic and electric guitar rifts. The production of C-Infamous provides a refreshing noise while still keeping Laze-e’s vision of a street album strong.

Being out of Vancouver, the West Coast feel to this album is evident. In its mellow and generally laid-back melodies, Mugger Therapy gives a proper feel and visual for downtown Vancouver. Laze-e has worldwide success in his vision and hopes, so a couple more tracks with a more universal sound would have been a great addition to this LP.

Laze-e provides interesting insight to a true street life through Mugger Therapy: he paints the picture of an alternative lifestyle while still maintaining a level of intelligent and thoughtful subject matter. This debut album is definitely worth a listen.


Purchase Mugger Therapy HERE.

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Written by Christina Parihar for HipHopCanada


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