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Mikey V.I.P. The Treatment Album Review

Mikey V.I.P.
The Treatment (Never Satisfied/Campfire)
Right now, Campfire Music is to Vegas hip-hop what Judd Apatow’s crew is to dick jokes: With very few exceptions, they do no wrong. The same goes for Mikey V.I.P’s new album, The Treatment. The dude sounds like a combination of Rick Ross and Fat Joe, with beats running the gamut from good life to hood life (check out “V.I.P.” and “Boss”). While his only real fault is the well-done but misplaced “Cry By Myself” (emo-thug rap a la Diddy’s “I Need a Girl”), V.I.P. is applying to be the local version of Maybach Music’s big boss rappers, and The Treatment is his more than adequate resume. MAX PLENKE

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