Philadelphia emcee Eaz closes out the year right with the release of his brand new album, Silence of the Lames 1.5.
On the 8-track project, Eaz brings his A-game on each song, showcasing his gritty lyricism and hard-hitting delivery that’s especially prominent on the bass-heavy “Gang $hit” featuring Ruge.
Eaz links up with Ruge again on the smoothed out “All I Want” that also features Steve Ranz.
Standout tracks on Silence include “Steady Buzzin” where we see Eaz come alive with the flow, “Free Meek Mill” that speaks on the ills of the justice system, and “Kendrick Perkins” that has a playful melody although Eaz did not come to play with these lames.
Overall, the album is solid and lets listeners hear different spectrums of Eaz as an artist. The production is booming and the lyrical content is on point.
If you’re in the mood for something raw and real, listen to Silence of the Lames 1.5 below or on the streaming service of your choice here.