Tag Archives: M-Dot

New Joint – M-Dot / Method Man / Dominique Larue / Katy Gunn

M-Dot ft. Method Man, Dominique Larue & Katy Gunn – “Shine” (@MDotBoston / 2015)

Animated visuals from the Boston lyricist’s forthcoming album “Ego And The Enemy”  which will feature production from Marley Marl, Buckwild, Marco Polo and more.

New Joint – M-Dot / EMS

M-Dot ft. EMS – “Today” (@MDotBoston / 2015)

The Boston lyricist drops a Esp Elizarov-produced posse cut from his recent “Jake LaDOTTA” project.

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M-Dot – “Finish” (@MDotBoston / 2015)

DJ Spleen-produced track taken from the Boston emcee’s “Jake LaDotta” release.

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M-Dot – “B-Sting” (@MDotBoston / 2014)

Produced by Sweden’s Joniz and taken from the East Coast emcee’s “Layer Cake” project.

New Joint – Chillow / M-Dot

Chillow ft. M-Dot – “Smooth” (ChillowProductions.BandCamp.Com / 2014)

Chillow laces M-Dot with a slick, jazz-influenced head-nodder during the Boston emcee’s recent visit to the producer’s Belgium stomping grounds.

New Joint – M-Dot / DJ Grazzhoppa


M-Dot – “Praverbs – DJ Grazzhoppa Remix” (@MDotBoston / 2014)

Belgium’s mighty DJ Grazzhoppa delivers a dope remix of Boston emcee M-Dot’s heartfelt dedication to blogger, artist and Hip-Hop soldier Praverb The Wyse who recently passed away.

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M-Dot – “Praverbs – Earl Patrick McNease Tribute” (MDotBoston / 2014)

Boston’s M-Dot drops a stirring tribute to friend, father, husband, artist and blogger Praverb who sadly passed away yesterday.

My personal experience of Praverb was that he was one of the most genuine and sincere individuals I’ve had the pleasure of encountering in today’s online Hip-Hop world.

I included the Florida-based emcee’s impressive album “Professional Hobbyist” in my 2011 end-of-year round-up for this blog – he saw it, reached out to share his appreciation and we remained in touch.

Seeing Praverb tirelessly supporting, advising and promoting talented artists out of his genuine love of Hip-Hop was always inspiring to witness and a constant reminder there are still people around who are involved in this culture for all the right reasons.

RIP Praverb The Wyse – you will be missed.