cash in on an increasingly uninventive formula. Check out other artist profiles: m, boston-based rapper Heros newest Mixtape Roxbury lands a devastating blow to this terrible trend, and in the aftermath, sets an incredible new standard for all new coming Hip Hip-inspired artists. Its pretty damn refreshing to hear somebody so incredibly versatile and talented behind the mic. Shying away from the typical clichés of both of the genres that he borrows inspiration from, Hero has a remarkably unique style and sound which he maintains throughout the track. Too often, rappers feel the need to push a familiar facade (which at this point, has become a parody of itself or they mistake humbleness for weakness. Make sure you support/like/follow Hero on: Facebook: tchins.585, instagram: m/herorapping/?hlen, soundCloud: m/herorapper). The Hip Hop genre as a whole is one that ( especially in recent years with increased accessibility to self-record ) can often feel uninspired and frustratingly tired due to the lack of variation, ambition, and innovation applied within the songwriting and production stage. It seems that every week we are introduced to the same regurgitated beat with the same lazy mumble-rap verses and auto-tune saturated hooks- only to fizzle out into forgetfulness. Roxbury is one of those increasingly rare transcendent Mixtapes that doesnt abide by the typical genre limitations and standards. Regardless of your specific musical tastes, regardless of any bias or animosity that you may have against the Hip-Hop or Rap genres; the sheer uniqueness and thoughtfulness of Heros newest Mixtape will inspire and ignite applause and appreciation out of even the most reluctant listeners.