Moe Carter is coming guns blazing with his latest EP titled “Dr. Satin” possibly part one of a potential sequel! This EP begins with the single titled “Satin Synopsis” and this record has a traditional and old school flow with a unique and intricate delivery. The lyrics were highly consciously driven with an intellectual approach. However, it remained digestible due to the super dope arrangement and unique production in the beat. “Satin Synopsis” had special wordplay and bars that captures your attention. The next single that transitions in is “JOGG”. “JOGG” continues the unique elemental production that’s equipped with a lot of arrangements you won’t hear in your average album. Based on this, we have acquired the theory that Moe Carter is simply an artist in his own lane. “JOGG” had this super cool robotic dialogue in the middle of the song that led into the flaming transition of flow from Moe Carter. After “JOGG”, “Xanxibar” comes in and by this point, futuristic has met swag rap! Of course, the rooted style in the beats of this album so far has transferred into this record, but what makes this song stands out for me is the catchy hook.
“Xanxibar” is a unique hype song that you can’t compare to anything else. So far, Moe Carter is standing out as a rapper. His style is something we’ve never seen or heard before!
“Shaman” was our personal favorite. This single had this cool west coast vibe to the arrangement, while remaining unorthodox from every other song. Not only was the production was perfection, but Moe Carter’s delivery, flow, and bars in “Shaman” were just completely on point. The hook was catchy and had a memorable effect on its listener. The closing song of this EP was “Placebo”. “Placebo” gives you a spacious break between the beat and the vocals in the introduction that helps you enjoy the vibe of the song a little bit more. The lyrics in “Placebo” felt more simple than the other songs on "Dr. Satin", due to Moe Carter’s slowed down delivery. Moe Carter continues to make sure each song stands apart while remaining similar in style. All in all, “Dr. Satin” was a consciously contextual album that thrives off being authentic and expressive. Moe Carter is a rapper I have never seen before, and this album was fully comprehensive for the lovers of real raw hip-hop. You can listen to the EP “Dr. Satin” here.