The Messiah has Passion

There is much to be said about someone who pursues their passion no matter where it takes them. Which means there is much to said about The Messiah. Passion is something he knows quite a bit about and today he released the visual for his single bearing the same name.

The introduction for The Messiah’s latest mixtape Mo Mo, “Passion” is an ode to his career. Rapping since he was 12, The Messiah made a career choice and an early age. “Passion” reiterates the difference between the Messiah and many other rappers.

The Messiah proclaims his love and dedication to music with “Passion,” as well as his disapproval for entertainers who make music for the fame. It’s easy to understand why The Messiah would be offended by rappers who don’t take the craft seriously. “I’m damn near living my dream,” admits the rapper.

More than a decade, hundreds of songs, and millions of streams later The Messiah is still passionate about his craft.

The Messiah Commemorates Mo Mo

After an unexpected split with some long time business partners, The Messiah is back to work. Yesterday, he debuted his new mixtape Mo Mo.

The Messiah’s first project of 2019, Mo Mo is a project close to the rapper’s heart. Mo Mo was named for and dedicated to The Messiah’s childhood friend, Paris Momoh who unexpectedly passed away in October. The 14 track effort not only dons Paris’s nickname Mo Mo, but the cover art is one of The Messiah’s favorite pictures of his friend.

Just more than 40 minutes long, Mo Mo may be The Messiah’s best body of work yet. Mo Mo is split evenly between tracks where Siah puts his own lyrical talent center stage and tracks where he reminds fans that he can hold his own alongside some of the cities most notable artists on the rise. The up and comer shares tracks with Mikey Dollaz, Lil Keisha, and Top Shatta among others.

Mo Mo is available exclusively on The Messiah’s brand new SoundCloud page:

The Messiah’s White Cups

 

The Messiah is no new comer to hip hop. But in the last year his loyal fan base has grown leaps and bounds and it looks like the Chicagoan may soon become a household name. His most recent visualWhite Cups” is pretty evident of why The Messiah is gaining so much success.

“White Cups” is the definitive representation of sex, drugs, and rock and roll so to speak. The Messiah teamed up with Will Mass to capture the lifestyle of a popping rapper in less than two and a half minutes. Despite the length of the visual or lack there of “White Cups” delivers all of the necessary elements for a rap video.

While it is debatable that Queen Envi’s performance makes it quite possible to watch “White Cups” without sound, the song is still pretty important. The Messiah delivers witty lyrics in an original cadence that keeps fans engaged. Despite being fun, “White Cups” is lyrically interesting and real hip hop.