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MISCHIEF

WE REVIEW THE NEW EP FROM UK RAPPER MISCHIEF

Mischief is back, and he’s ditched the drill beats! Yes, you heard that right. London’s rap prodigy Mischief has just dropped his latest EP, Short Term, it’s a love letter to his supporters who’ve been clamoring for new music and a tantalizing teaser for his upcoming mixtape.

Kicking off with “Beauty Is Pain,” Mischief immediately sets the tone for the EP. This track is a brutal reminder that life isn’t always roses and rainbows. The beat is mellow yet haunting, perfectly complementing Mischief’s reflective lyrics. He spits with a raw honesty that’ll make you sit up and listen.

“Time,” Takes a bit to get going, the production is slick, with a hook that’s catchy enough to stick in your head but not so repetitive that it becomes annoying. It’s a delicate balance, and Mischief nails it.

“Four Seasons” is where Mischief shows off his versatility. This track feels like a journey through his year, with each verse capturing a different vibe – from the chill of nice keyboard melodies. The beat transitions smoothly, keeping you hooked from start to finish.

Now, let’s talk about “Ye.” No, not the artist formerly known as Kanye West, but a banger that’s sure to get any party started. The beat here is infectious, and Mischief’s energy is off the charts. He’s having fun with this one.

“Trey” wraps up the EP on a more introspective note. It’s a heartfelt reflection on personal growth and the people who’ve been there through it all. The lyrics are poignant, and the minimalist beat allows Mischief’s words to take center stage.

Short Term is a showcase of Mischief’s range as an artist. He’s stepped out of his comfort zone, moving away from his usual drill beats to explore new sounds and themes. The result is a well-rounded EP that offers something for everyone – whether you’re in the mood for introspective lyrics, party anthems, or smooth flows.

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