As JAY Z would say, “It’s not a diss song, it’s just a real song!”The Twin Cities Hip-Hop scene is one of the fastest growing movements in the eyes of the Music Industry. From artists gaining national and international accolades, veterans securing their legacies with new releases and bigger tours, and a wave of young talent hitting the pavement hard, Minnesota is bubbling at the radar of the Music Industry. But with much success comes commentary, controversy, criticism, competition and even diss songs. Minneapolis native MIKE DREAMS speaks on the ills of jealousy, envy, and the “Crabs In A Bucket” mentality that threatens to hinder his state’s greatness, while addressing all the personal shots sent his way.
Consider this the UN-diss. “Cheddar Bay Biscuits”, produced by [Morrison Machiavelli], will appear as a bonus track on Mike Dreams’ forthcoming album, Pardon My Vices.