6 Songs, 20 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though the U.S. and Canada share miles of border and a primary language, very few Canadian rappers have been able to cross over and find fame stateside. Drake is the biggest recent exception, while others like Saukrates, Kardinal Offishall, and Buck 65 have made some inroads over the years. Prevail and his crew, Swollen Members, are huge in the homeland but remain rooted in the underground stateside, despite many years of work and lengthy discographies. On Spasefase, he teams with producer Ol' City Rocker for a six-track EP loaded with bold, tough-guy rhymes set to electro-infused, anthemic beats. After seven albums with the Members, it's good to hear Prevail doing the solo thing, though time will tell if it's enough to find him fame in the U.S. Regardless, there are solid songs here, most notably "Wake Up Call," "Speakers Corner," and "Clack Clack Clack."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though the U.S. and Canada share miles of border and a primary language, very few Canadian rappers have been able to cross over and find fame stateside. Drake is the biggest recent exception, while others like Saukrates, Kardinal Offishall, and Buck 65 have made some inroads over the years. Prevail and his crew, Swollen Members, are huge in the homeland but remain rooted in the underground stateside, despite many years of work and lengthy discographies. On Spasefase, he teams with producer Ol' City Rocker for a six-track EP loaded with bold, tough-guy rhymes set to electro-infused, anthemic beats. After seven albums with the Members, it's good to hear Prevail doing the solo thing, though time will tell if it's enough to find him fame in the U.S. Regardless, there are solid songs here, most notably "Wake Up Call," "Speakers Corner," and "Clack Clack Clack."

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