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Best known for his work with Crown City Rockers (previously known as Mission:), as well as Electric (a.k.a. Electric Company) and Project Move, the Boston emcee Moe Pope has been doing his thing since the turn of the millennium, putting out high-quality hip-hop just under the radar. On Life After God, released through longtime Beantown boom-bap providers Brick Records, he connects with the relatively unknown producer Rain, who concocts a bevy of excellent sample-drenched tracks for Moe to shine on, overflowing with freaky loops, hearty drum breaks, slick cuts, and moody effects. Honestly, there's not a weak song here; the beats and rhymes play off one other perfectly, and the 15 joints here could easily be Exhibit A in disproving the notion that "all new rap music is garbage." Boston favorites EDO G and Reks appear on "City Lights" and "Foolish" respectively, while other highlights include the horn-laden "Godzilla," the flashback anthem "Rock Me, Pt. 1," and the frantic, piano-propelled "Bang Bang."

Customer Reviews

Excellent, cohesive ALBUM

Loving this record so far. A complete and cohesive piece of work that exists as an album. Definitely worth listening in full every time. Great beats, great rhymes, and great vibes! Well done Mr. Pope! ps: loving Foolish

can't beat it with a baseball bat

straight bangin!!! forget about lupe- this cat stands on his own.

It's not great, not bad either

Sounds a little like Lupe, but the beats need to hit a little harder, only song I could pull out was Rock Me, Pt 2.


Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

Boston MC Moe Pope's career first took off in the early 2000s with Bay Area-based hip-hop band Crown City Rockers, which originally formed as Mission: in Boston. Aside from singles and 12"s, Pope only appeared on the group's first LP, One, in 2001, before he decided to return to Boston in order to look after his daughter. Back in his hometown, he started performing with rapper/producer Insight and his five-man outfit, Electric (formerly Electric Company). Along with members Anonymous and Raheem Jamal,...
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Life After God, Moe Pope
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap
  • Released: Jul 27, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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