Hen P – “All Dawgs Go To Heaven”
There’s an argument that the artist of this present wave of Milwaukee avenue rap is Hen P. Again when he was going by Lil Hen, his AutoTune soaked singles like 2016’s “Goin’ Loopy Wit Them Racks” and 2019’s Jigg-assisted “Quick Money Infants” launched outsiders, like me, to all the scene. Years later, he’s nonetheless a worthy entry level, continually popping up on singles from lesser identified rappers within the space and rising an expansive mixtape catalog. These days although, I’ve most well-liked the songs the place he provides the AutoTune a relaxation and simply slides over funk-infused Midwest grooves. “All Dawgs Go To Heaven” is a standout from his new tape BussaBrick Vol.1: Deep within the Pot (yeah it’s a mouthful). Over computer-generated chimes, bells, and a thick bassline, he easily rattles off tales of belief points and the minute particulars of getting quick cash. Normally his songs are rougher and a bit extra manic, so this new one is a contemporary twist. It’s these slight stylistic gear shifts that make Hen P a Milwaukee rap stalwart.
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