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Baltimore Ledge and Mulan are His and Hers - Flyah Review





Baltimore Ledge and Mulan are a duo who have made 

project entitled: His and Hers: the Mixtape. On the first track, 

"Ranch Dressing", Baltimore Ledge's verse is about having the 

ambition of earning money and one night stands. When Mulan has

her chance to rap, she describes of what being the baddest chick is. 

All throughout the mixtape, they present slick bars at the same 

time showing that they're clever with punchlines. The thing that 

makes this mixtape interesting is that it shares the name of the 

eponymous sports news show on ESPN, His and Hers. The 

concept has not been overdone and they are certainly ready to be 

explosive and coining their style without a problem. The track that 

stood out the most to me with clever punchlines was "Cosby 

Show". It starts off with hot rhymes from the gate and Baltimore 

Ledge continues on with aggression and execution. Me being an 

artist, this is one of the most intriguing details of hip hop, being 

able to execute. Their style is reminiscent of the 2000's and artists 

like J.R. Writer, Lloyd Banks. Fabolous. Foxy Brown, Remy Ma

 among others.The song "Mark" enlists for a couple to make their 

mark per say in relationship; the lyrics discuss on how heartbreak can come between a 

man and a woman and someone else can persuade the other to find better. Sometimes the 

man can't fall in love  because of his past and may not be able to change 

from this view and lifestyle. In return, the mindset of M.O.B. is popular in the 

hip hop community but at the same time is a double edge sword because it hurts both 

parties. Overall, this mixtape is a success and presented with different outlooks of how the 

gangsta life and companionship between man and woman. The cover is dope and when it 

first starts, it catches the ear bringing in the motion picture effect. If i had to rate this, i would give this project 8 out of 10

New Single: Ranch Dressing https://youtu.be/_ITZqsVzxbA





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