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M.O.T.F. – Booty Call Hours (Album Review)

So who exactly are these Mattress On The Floor (M.O.T.F) guys? They are a horny romantic hip hop duo from the New England area that isn’t afraid to keep it ‘100’ when it comes to their sexcapades love lives. In their newest project titled, “Booty Call Hours,” the group takes listeners on this unadulterated journey that revolves around strippers, seductive landlords, and lots and lots of freaky s–t! To say the words “Parental Discretion is advised” is an understatement!


TOP 5

 

5. PAYROLL

Stormy Daniels told me the other day that she loves M.O.T.F’s “Payroll.”

“Payroll” is all about getting these scandalous women to do something strange for a piece of change. It’s not as amped up as the other songs on this project, but something about it will definitely draw you in.

I don’t know if it’s the hypnotizing chorus that they delivered, or the animated lyrics you get from Boogs on his verses, but for some odd reason I have this urge to splurge on a woman that I barely even know! Let me find out that M.O.T.F. are also ventriloquists in their down time.

Be careful, this song can easily make you late on your rent.

 

 

4. PRIVATE DANCER

“Private Dancer” starts off pretty seriously, but ultimately ends up being one of the funniest tracks on this album!

“Private Dancer” does a great job of combining some pretty daring vocals with heavy-hitting bars; as a result, you end up getting this untamed/unruly excursion that manifests itself into a hilarious skit at the songs conclusion. I think the passionate yet light-hearted nature of the song is a perfect representation of what the album is all about, which is why it is truly a must-listen.

Damn, the landlord got you, playa? That’s one of the worst ways to get caught!

 

 

3. BABY DADDY

“Baby Daddy” is that vulgar strip club anthem that all the sickos of the world need in their lives.

M.O.T.F. are a pretty talented duo, showing this ability to create both sensual R&B music and hardcore rap music whenever they feel like it. Interestingly enough, they rarely combine the two on this album, which is why “Baby Daddy” is something special.

The hook to “Baby Daddy” is as smooth as it gets, as Boogs keeps it simple by delivering this melody-heavy contribution that I think is hella catchy. As for the verses, he rides the high-powered instrumental phenomenally, practically feeding off of its energy every chance he gets. When it’s all said and done, I think “Baby Daddy” is pretty dynamic, and can easily end up being played in your favorite night club in the next coming days.

 

 

2. FUCK BUDDY

I remember the good ol days when I was able to keep a f–k buddy in my arsenal. (Sigh)

“Fuck Buddy” has no smiling, no timidness, only a couple of aggressive bars that compliment the R&B rooted instrumental well. But that’s how it should be when you’re talking about having a f–k buddy, right? You can’t show any apprehension when it comes to convincing your jump-off that she needs to let loose with you tonight. That’s why Boogs contributions to “Fuck Buddy” is more than just solid bars — It’s also a “How-to-Guide” to the aspiring savages of the world!

 

 

1. TOP OF THE MORNING

“Top of the Morning” is the best time to knock boots, right? Your breath might smell like engine oil, but us dudes are always ready to lay it down at that time!

“Top of the Morning” is on some smooth s–t. It relies on slick vocals and a passionate instrumental to deliver its message, and that message revolves around all the freaky s–t that happens in the bedroom before our heroes brushed their teeth. Despite this being purely a R&B tune, you still get the same ol’ explicit lyrics from Boogs, as he makes sure he blesses his lover with some sore ribs as she prepares for work.


SONG BY SONG BREAKDOWN

1. INSPIRE U (4/5)

2. FUCK BUDDY (5/5)

3. TOP OF THE MORNING (4.8/5)

4. BABY DADDY (4.8/5)

5. NASTY (4.3/5)

6. RATCHET VIBES ONLY (4.3/5)

7. PAYROLL (4.5/5)

8. PRIVATE DANCER (4/5)

9. VANESSA (4.1/5)

10. TRICKIN (4.5/5)

11. DEAD RIGHT (4.4/5)

12. AIN’T GOTTA GO HOME (4.5/5)


OVERALL RATING

(8.7/10)

 

I’ll be honest with you: This is one of the most explicit albums I’ve ever heard in my life. M.O.T.F. don’t hold back a single feeling on it, as they keep it straight no chaser when it comes to how they deal with their women. However, that has no barring on the quality of music, as throughout they prove to us that they have a pretty good ear for music! Whether its on hardcore rap songs like “Fuck Buddy,” or sensual R&B cuts like “Inspire U,” you can tell the duo pursued perfection on this album, something a reviewer like myself truly appreciates. Even though my lazy ass is incapable of doing half of the things M.O.T.F. talks about doing on this album, living through them vicariously is truly a thrill to listen to from start to finish.


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