King Mez - My Everlasting Zeal

Posted 4 years ago
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First in Flight State rhymesayer King Mez has come together with Life + Times and The DJBooth to bring fans his debut studio album, My Everlasting Zeal.

The follow-up to King's Khrysis, his Booth-acclaimed mixtape with producer Khrysis, the project features 14 original records from the up-and-coming emcee. Included are reader-approved cuts "Monte Carlo," "Reign" and "The Allure."

Joining Mez on the guest tip throughout My Everlasting Zeal are Drey Skonie, Novakane, Sarah Kaboom, Carlitta Durand and Damaris Joi. Beats come courtesy of 11 20, Omen, J. Cole, Commissioner Gordon, Soundtrakk, Prolyfic, Face of 2 to the 3 and Mez himself.

Read the full album review of My Everlasting Zeal on RefinedHype.

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