Miami's Best Albums of 2011: Spaceghostpurrp's Blvcklvnd Rvdix 66.6

To close out the year, Crossfade is picking its favorite albums by 305 artists. Check out the full list of Miami's Best Albums of 2011.

Blvcklvnd Rvdix 66.6

Spaceghostpurrp (AKA Muney Jordan) is a dark ass, blaspheming, postmodern motherfucker. Tracks off 2011's Blvcklvnd Rvdix 66.6 (or Blackland Radio 66.6) flaunt an arrogantly constructed alphabet, replacing vowels with Vs and Xs.

This 20 year old's music is heavily referential both lyrically and musically, touching on concepts like the Illuminati and sampling artists such as Three Six Mafia. He takes time to talk shit on the Taylor Gang, sample Mortal Kombat, and offers high-quality dick chatter.

The Carol City boy takes his raw rap style to the next dimension with touches of horrorcore, dabbling songs with a feminine screech and a Vincent Price-like laugh. He even gets barebones experimental, leaving hardly a beat on his track "Get Yah Head Bust."

Though he's produced other mixtapes, this one caught the ear of the West Coast before even hitting the city that spawned it. Thanks to Syd tha Kyd of Odd Future playing his songs before shows, the L.A. scene gobbled the Ghost up before we even got a taste.

Eat your fill with this best album of 2011.

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Did you just do a quick google search on him and write upthe first shit you saw? You didn't mention shit about the big year he had, p4k props, hyped-up NYCperformances with A$AP Rocky and Juicy J, then appearing on both of theirmixtapes, putting on the whole RVIDXR KLVN thing SXVTTLX RVIDXRZ haha likethats almost more of the story behind that blackland mixtape it got him noticedand all this shit happened afterward...

and that he blew up on the West coast first is a really sorry excuse to have slepton a fucking backyard Miami artist that you "didn't get a taste ofhim" until like now. There is more than just Maybach music and dubstep outthere guys.

Gotta love the Miami New Times.


You can write the full story of an album in 150 words? Didn't MNT include something here that wasn't just Maybach? I hate people that complain about not getting recognition when they're being recognized.

Gotta love ignorance and assumption.

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