Earlier this week TFH and I headed out to watch Moe Pope practice for series of shows he’s got coming up in the Northeast during the next couple of weeks. When Moe told me he was practicing at UGHH Boston, I couldn’t say no to passing through. We spent a couple hours in the store and watched Moe Pope, Quills, Rain and a couple other musicians perform a high quality set.
Moe Pope is definitely a creative. From his art, to his music, to his performance, Moe pushes himself to be more than just someone behind a microphone. His latest piece of work comes in the form of a mixtape presented by Moe Pope and Annie Mulz (a local Boston clothing company who has shown an immense amount of support for local artists and the #12for12 movement).
‘Stampeding Elephants’ shows him continuing to experiment and implement different styles while maintaining a similar flow which has become distinct to Moe, and only Moe. Shoutout to the producers on this project - Rain, The Arcitype, Blockhead, B. Lewis, & VictorRadz.
The project drops at 7PM over on Annie Mulz’s website, so we’ll have the download link tomorrow, but Moe said he wouldn’t mind the fans having a sneak peek. Down below, check out Rock N Roll, produced by Rain and featuring Vice.
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And if you’re a local reader in Boston, make sure to head over to The Green Street Jungle tonight, located at 252 Newbury Street. Moe will be hosting the official listening party there starting at 7 PM.