Atlantic Canada

Song of the Day: Halifax’s Quake Matthews says “God Bless Atlanta”

Song of the Day: Halifax’s Quake Matthews says “God Bless Atlanta”

You are here: Home // Articles & Reviews, West Coast Canada // Monsta Mack – Only For The Ride [Review]

Monsta Mack – Only For The Ride [Review]

Surrey, BCMonsta Mack‘s new mixtape Only For The Ride has landed. It was recorded at Paranoyd Sounds Studios and produced by J thorn. Monsta Mack is part of the hip hop collective Surrey Kingz reppin’ Surrey to all of Vancity and the world. This mixtape is Monsta Mack’s eighth release and though he is slowly improving he still has miles to travel in the music game.

Monsta mack

The album starts with Monsta Mack asking the listener to “Bring it” and dissin’ other rappers saying, “Rapper’s ain’t shit/Live at home with their mommas.” His beats are nothing intricate although during “Essence” Monsta Mack pours out his hardships and how he fell into the fate of street life, which he calls his “Monsta Trap.”  “Keep Her Pussy Wet” had the equivalent lyrical depth to Iggy Azealia’s “Pu$$y” and Monsta Mack even spits “I want Iggy Azealia on my dick tonight.” The album takes a turn for the better ending with menacing lyrics in “I’m A Ridah” featuring Swisha with witty beats and rhymes that will make you giggle for days.

As Monsta Mack puts it, this release is “ Only for the ride/The big beats, big thump, and crisp sound.” So ride your ears along and decide for yourself if this mixtape has your car thumpin’.

Written by Nicola Storey for HipHopCanada

Monsta mack

Monsta MAck back cover


Twitter: @TheMonstaMack


Visit HipHopCanada's new website called RNBCanada.com

Posted by

Kassandra has her hands in several cookie jars. Born in Ontario but raised on the West coast, she is currently located in the wonderfully diverse East side of Vancouver. With a passion for all things creative KassKills is a hair stylist by day and HipHopCanada's West Coast Regional Editor by night. Music and public relations are her true passions and although she didn't inherit the talent of her musician father she makes her mark on the industry through other avenues. By night you can catch KassKills at almost every Vancity hip-hop show, shaking hands and snapping photos while covering and supporting the local music scene. On top of that she works closely with one of the cities most reputable concert promotors, Timbre Concerts. Kass is a hustler by nature and works hard to play a key role Vancity's hip-hop scene. Over the years she has seen, photographed and interviewed many of hip-hop's top artists such as T.I, Raekwon, Sheek Louch, Noreaga, Black Milk, Waka Flocka, Ab-Soul & Dizaster.

Leave a Comment