Mi$tuh G & Mak7teen – “Your Worst Nightmare” review

This is the brand new collaborative effort between California horrorcore emcees Mi$tuh G & Mak7teen. We’ve heard them on a handful of joints in the past whether it be “G World Order” as well as “Disconnect the Doubt” or even Don Blanco’s “Good Name”, so it was only a matter of time for the duo to come together in a full-length capacity with Your Worst Nightmare.

After the intro, D-Dubb & Lil Sicx come along the atmospheric yet paranoia-themed title track whereas “Smoke” is a glitchy barnburner. Meanwhile on “Know What I Mean”, we go into a more spacious direction as they talk about leaving the murder scene untraceable while “Listen Close” is a grungy trap cut where both of them speak to the higher power. After the “What Are Nightmares?” skit, chopper extraordinaire Twisted Insane stops through for the cold-blooded “Slippin’” leading into the futuristic albeit dejecting “Stay Outta My Face”.

Off the Gas” if you couldn’t tell is a psychedelic weed anthem & even though I don’t care for Lace Leno’s verse on “Get Yo Money”, I love the diabolical production & it’s theme about stacking your bread. The track “Big Talkin’” gets braggadocious over a bouncy instrumental while the penultimate song “You Ain’t Really” with Fon Check is a dramatic shot at wankstas. After the “Wake Up” skit, “Forever” is a woozy closer with Agape joining Mi$tuh G & Mak7teen to tell their significant others that they’ll always love them.

I was wondering how this would turn out given how dope they sounded together on the 2 songs off G.W.O. (G World Order) & was not let down by it at all. I fuck with the aggressive trap production & their chemistry sounds better than ever before.

Score: 3.5/5

Mi$tuh G – “G.W.O. (G World Order) review

Mi$tuh G is an up-&-coming MC/producer from Sacramento, California who just happened to drop his full-length debut G Files at the very beginning of 2020. But as we approach the halfway point of year, he’s continuing the grind with an 8-track EP.

After the titular intro, we go into the first song “Apokalypse”. Where G shows off his chopping skills touching down on 2020 in a nutshell over a gloomy instrumental. The next track “I Heard” finds him comparing & contrasting himself to anyone who opposes him over a trap beat with some plucky strings while the song “Kreep” with Twisted Insane sees the 2 getting on the horrorcore tip over a foreboding instrumental.

The track “G World Order” speaks on social distancing & quarantining during the COVID pandemic over a beat with some ominous keyboards while the song “Riot” with Lil Sicx sees the 2 talking about the riots that took place as a result of George Floyd’s murder over an unsettling instrumental. The penultimate track “Trap Drill” talks about finding a way to make money over an eerie beat & then the EP finishes off with “Disconnect the Doubt”, where G teams up with Mak7teen & Andre Elix to get on the conscious over a more atmospheric instrumental.

I highly recommend checking this EP out if you want to get into the dude because it’s a short yet solid body of work. The features are just ok, but I think Mi$tuh G does a really good job at tackling all the events that’ve been going on throughout the year & I can only see him going up in the future.

Score: 7/10