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A lot of music dropped in 2019. Unfortunately sometimes dope albums fly under the radar. Thi'sl dropped a nice little heat rock, but unfortunately it came out on the same day that somebody named Kanye dropped A very anticipated Album, Jesus is King.

Two of my favorite artist decided to click up and drop one of the best hip hop albums of 2019, and what I feel is the most slept on album of the year. If you are a hip hop head, trust me, one listen and you will be hooked.

Stream The Album Here!

The Theme for Here's Mud In Your Eye is inspired by the story in John 9 where Yeshua (Jesus) heals a man who was blind since he was born, by spitting in some dirt and making mud. He anointing the man's eyes with the mud. When Yeshua washed to mud from the man's eyes, he was healed. This album does something you don't see much of now days and that's stick to the title and the theme.  It's full of parts of sermons, samples and clips talking about the subject, dealing with Yahweh healing our brokenness. K** also does a great job of staying on topic with the bars. 

"Touch three people and tell them don't let the mud discourage you"

Lyrically, this is the best I've heard Krum in a while. Listening to this really has me excited for a fresh, new Deepspace5 project. And Theory Hazit production is just fire! Speaking of Deepspace5, Some of the beats sound kinda Deepspace5ish and Mars Illish. Almost like Theory Channeled his inner Dust ( The Producer for Mars Ill and Deepspace5), and added some special  Hazit sauce 

I love it when an album drops that reminds me why I fell in love with hip hop in the first place. this is one of those albums. 

Fav Song? Dead Fish Only Float Downstream 

Have you heard this album? What are your thoughts? 

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