On ‘Kill Your Ego!,’ 888moment Speaks on His Experiences

Over the last year or so, 888moment has been a constant presence on the SOTB site. The Baltimore native and rapper/producer/songwriter’s latest, Kill Your Ego!, is a genre-blending epic which talks about his experiences over the last year-plus. It also discusses what it means to be a young artist from a city such as Baltimore, without limiting its range or perspective to just Baltimore. On top of that, we get a collection of songs that talk about getting down to the basics, removing, well, the ego from the music and just creating good ish.

On songs like the BVLL-assisted “See the Light” and “No Peace,” we get a wide range of emotions and thoughts. Some of them deal with our fame-obsessed society. Some deal with being a Baltimore artist. Others still, they deal with 888’s personal life outside of music.

The project is one that’s a short listen, clocking in at 23:23–which’ll mean a lot if you’re into numerology. However, it’s one that may very well stick with you after its runtime. I really enjoyed the project, as it’s full of vivid imagery, great lyricism and production that’s both homegrown and universal, abstract and to-the-point. Check it out below and support dope music in all its forms.

Speed on the Beat

Whatever you need to know about me, you can find out on speedonthebeat.com. Dad of two, cat dad (of two), mental health advocate, Team Support Dope Music in All Its Forms.

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