Pool Boys has dropped a full-length album titled “SONS OF THE MACK.” With an intro and 11 tracks delivered by the rap duo Dre P. and Markice Moore, we, as the music consumer, gain a lot of value from the release. Here are some of our favorite tracks on the album.
The opening intro, titled “Pot Of Gold,” gives us a taste of what Pool Boys has to come. The introduction to the album “SONS OF THE MACK” provides a story leading to success. Referencing a Pot Of Gold, and finding it in the Rainbow, and when asked, “…and what are you going to do,” the narrative replies, “I am going to walk off with the whole pot.”
Leading into the first song, “Cold,” Pool Boys gives us a rap, R&B feeling with injections of trap. The hook gives us a dark bumble taste as the bars feel ruthless. Right away, I feel Dre P. and Markice Moore feed off each other and do an exceptional job working together.
Up next, The song “CLUBHOUSE” hits hard, with a vicious beat and rigorous bars. The gangster street track feeds the music consumer with confidence. One of my favorite tracks on the album “CLUBHOUSE” hits home in pure feeling and ride-to die with vibes.
Moving along on the album, “SONS OF THE MACK,” Pool Boys provides more dark tastes on the song, “EXXTRAORDINARY.” The beat is very minimalistic with a reverse synth and trap kit. The FX on the single is exquisite, with drop pitch vocals and tightly placed ad-libs, “EXXTRAORDINARY,” certainly takes the cake for originality on the album “SONS OF THE MACK.”
Turning a corner on the album and providing differential, Pool Boys lightens up the mood with R&B on the track “NERVOUS.” All high feelings, guitar solos, pushed drums, and a golden vibe, the track is a brainworm. I salute Dre P. and Markice Moore for surprising me with the variety of styles they can present. The song “NERVOUS” is all love and kisses, with the narrative of being nervous around a new love.
Overall the album, “SONS OF THE MACK” by Pool Boys is a strong compilation of various sounds and melodies presented by Dre P. and Markice Moore. The two work well together to bring us the sound and brand, Pool Boys. I recommend any music consumer to put the intro, “POT A GOLD,” and listen through to track 12, “SHAME ON ME” to get the full taste of the duo group.