Hip Hop smiles upon the release of Stable’s sequel to Made In Harlem. MIH2 delivers a perfect blend of yesterday’s storytelling and lyricism with today’s hype and turnt up vibes. With records such as “Pray I Go To Heaven”; “Dear Laura”; “Know What I Been Through”; “Our Lives Matter”; “We Spending” and others. MIH2 is promised to land Stable on the radar of many Hip Hop Heads.
Stable is a dope artist. His newest release (Made In Harlem 2) is a very well put together project. The producers (NY Bangerz, Dopeboyz Muzic, Raphael RJ2, and others) made sure to give him production that matched Stable’s passion and wordplay. One of the stand out cuts is “Pray I Go To Heaven”. He paints a vivid picture of Harlem with lines like “From the city where you make it or a dead goner. Corridors, crack smoke aroma, growing up seeing girls like Falona. For some red bottoms she’ll be a head donor. . .like a notebook, never knew all these lines would make the paper. Kiss my auntie on the cheek and sell a bag to the neighbors.” He has the ability to get political (“Our Lives Matter”), and then turn around and become very deep and personal (“Dear Laura”). In “Dear Laura” he says “Back and forth through the system. Hoping somebody is seeing the pain or even listens, never blurring my vision”. MIH 2 is a very solid project from a promising artist who shows the world of potential. Hopefully he doesn’t take another hiatus and continues to put out great music.