16 Songs, 53 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

He spent years delivering more than 20 hip-hop albums to underground audiences, but with 2017's Fake Famous, Sacramento street rapper Mozzy seems intent not only on making every moment count—urgency has always been key to his sound—but also doing so in plain sight. It's evident from superstar guest G-Eazy's presence on the relaxed swing of "Hold On Me" that his clout is gaining strength. Yet the bleak, politically charged warning of "The People Plan"—with its elaborate, twisting lines and pointed message—suggests that Mozzy's insistent approach remains uncompromised.

EDITORS’ NOTES

He spent years delivering more than 20 hip-hop albums to underground audiences, but with 2017's Fake Famous, Sacramento street rapper Mozzy seems intent not only on making every moment count—urgency has always been key to his sound—but also doing so in plain sight. It's evident from superstar guest G-Eazy's presence on the relaxed swing of "Hold On Me" that his clout is gaining strength. Yet the bleak, politically charged warning of "The People Plan"—with its elaborate, twisting lines and pointed message—suggests that Mozzy's insistent approach remains uncompromised.

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