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Merkules – The Bacon Bits (EP) [Review]


Vancouver, BC – Get ready to indulge in The Bacon Bits – the latest project released by SDK’s Merkules. Delivering each track with a bumpin’ beat and sizzling hot flow, this Vancouver favorite reminds us that although he may be known as a jokester, he’s nothing but serious when it comes to his music.


Beginning with “Beef Stew” Merkules calmly challenges his haters to “go ahead and try to knock [him] down”.  On the next track “Feet On the Ground”, he gives his listeners some insight on his life. Merk then switches gears and sheds light on an important issue in “Drowning”.  The track tells a tale about a youngin who commits suicide due to bullying. The self-harming side affects of bullying is becoming more and more prominent among teenagers and this really is the most powerful track on the album. Fast-forward a couple of songs and Merk spits about pill obsessions over a fun beat in “Sedatives”. Ending the album with “Pot to Piss In”, Merkules leaves his listeners thinking with his rhymes about the hard knocks of life.

The Bacon Bits EP is a wake-up call to not only Merks own haters, but to all of you dummies who bring nothing but negativity to the table. Merkules is doing his thing with or without your approval – ya’ll just “need to worry more about yourself”.

Written by Shaheena @itsSHAHEENA Azmatullah


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Born in Ontario but raised on the West coast, Kass 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. Along with that she takes on the role of stylist and social network sweetheart to her media productions company, Team Heartbreak as well as occasional writer for Abort Magazine. Throughout her journey she has had the opportunity to interview and photograph some amazing artists including Raekwon, Sheek Louch, Noreaga, Black Milk, Waka Flocka and Kool Keith.

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