MCskill ThaPreacha – “Diary Of A Supernatural” Album Review

MCskill ThaPreacha – Diary Of A Supernatural Album Review

Nigerian born rapper MCskill ThaPreacha releases his long awaited LP, Diary Of A Supernatural today. The 20-track offering is produced, mixed and mastered by frequent collaborator Stormatique, and features contributions from fellow Nigerian artist and spoken word poet, REZthatPoet, American MC Awkword and Zimbabwe’s Synik. MCskill ThaPreacha does it his way on this new album.

“P stands for prayers you gotta do God’s work/and anything you do, you gotta put God first/ don;t be obsessed with these devilish cats” are lyrics that sum up what this album is all about. “Dairy Of A Supernatural” is an album that will encourage its listeners to build one with another.

Highlighted on the track “Dear Daughter” MCskill uses the birth of his daughter to tell a story of change for him. It is said that when a man becomes a father of a little girl it changes that man forever. He took on this new chapter in his life made MCskill step up his hustle. “Dear Daughter” looks into a man whose reality (both literally and figuratively) has changed with the birth of a baby girl.

The theme of the album is to build. It calls for a return to an ancient way of thinking for people of African descent. The lead track “Dear Diary” seems to be a conversation where one African man is speaking to those of African descent and explaining from which they have come. He says; I’m trying locate the renaissance out of the gentle man becomes n*gga, trying to figure where is the trigger, the gentleman will become the trigger/African man calling himself n*gga, hmm ok, n*gga how are you n*gga/n*gga you never left African.”

MCskill ThaPreacha reflects on how good people are and how it is time to repair. This is the critical takeaway for this album, look in the mirror and be the change you want.

Recommended tracks: Man in the Mirror, Dear Daughter, Black Child, In Love With You, PhD.

The album is available via the outlets below.

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