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Bias Truth – All Rise [Mixtape]

Toronto, ON – T-Dot’s own Bias Truth just hit us with his latest project release, All Rise. This tape is one of the precursor projects leading up to Bias’ debut BMore BFore: The Revisit. This project gives us a deeply personal look into the mindset of all things Bias Truth. He’s got a hungry flow – he spits without inhibition. He puts his lines out there on the table without apology. His versing is actually slightly reminiscent of that of Rick Ross.

But despite his aggressive flow, Bias delivers an extremely diverse project. There are angry feelers. There are sad feelers. There are happy feelers. Bias picks up on the emotion within each beat he uses and runs with it. I mean, just look at “Kill Everything (It’s Time).” You’d assume that’d be one of the hungriest joints, ever, right? Wrong. This is a deeply emotional track about perseverance. So many feelings. And Bias actually sings on it (briefly), too. And throughout the duration of All Rise, there’s this deeply spiritual undertone. Bias stays humble and credits everything to the most high. Check it below, and head over here to cop a download of the project.

Bias Truth - All Rise [Mixtape] - HipHopCanada.com

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