Boasting a collection of 18 tracks, Black Mattic's Kingston 11 is already being touted as one of the must-have mix tapes for this Summer.
The Jamaican-born deejay, now residing in Brooklyn, New York, seems to have found the right ingredients through Kingston 11, a mix tape which graphically laments society and its ills. The mix tape is produced by Black Mattic's independent label, Official Hitz Entertainment.
In Keep It Real, the young deejay shows his unwavering knowledge of the things that affect Jamaica today. He later showed his versatility in Wine And Bubble, which features United States artiste Therapy.
The mix tape's title track, Kingston 11, though coloured with expletives, is one to listen out for as Black Mattic's hard-hitting approach serves as a reminder of the state the nation's capital is in.
The 24-year-old said he had no doubts that the mix tape will be well received, especially in inner-city communities.
"This mix tape is expected to be received well in most inner-city communities because of its content. It also helps to communicate to high society, on behalf of ghetto residents, the struggles they face on a daily basis," he said.
The soca-infused Bruck Out will definitely be a favourite for the ladies. In One Day, Black Mattic applauds mothers who have been there for their children and promises that they will be rewarded for their efforts.
Other very notable tracks from the Kingston 11 mix tape are Love Life, Never Give Up, Diamond Blue, Born Winner, Rise To The Sunshine, and Party Up.