“Happy Hour” reminds me of just that. A few tracks are like taking that first drink on a Friday to wind down from the work week, but then the majority are like the second drink on, partying into the weekend. The Grand Rapids rapper, Mister Five O’Clock is definitely attacking the radio and the club with this one. Check it out.
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Mr. Five O’Clock and his backup dancers, Mr. Five O’Clock and Mr. Five O’Clock, are putting on a show for the ladies on this bouncy, ping ponging, yet somehow still sensual beat.
This is off his new mixtape “Happy Hour” dropping October 28th.
Mr. Five O’Clock is doing work right now in the Mid-West. Here is some footage of him opening for the Broad Street Bully along with some backstage bars from Beanie himself. Hopefully he releases the extended version soon.
In “Professional Vacation” Mr. Five O’Clock drops the blazer and loosens the tie to deliver an array of metaphors and double entendres. Dude’s got bars.
This track will be on his follow up to Pardon the Interruption, called “I Beg Your Pardon,” due to drop in August 2011.
Mr. Five O’Clock gives you a video for “I Made It”. It features footage from his performance opening for Travis Porter.
A departure from the last video I posted, these show that Mr. Five O’Clock can shine over any type of track. Visuals provided by DVA Films.
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The much awaited mixtape from Mister Five O’Clock has dropped.
Download Pardon The Interruption.
Check out the “Barack Hussein” video from the mixtape. One of my favorite lines “Shout out to that GR (Grand Rapids), Trooper, call me VR” haha.
He has a distinctive voice that slices through a beat like a hot knife through butter. Detroit, Michigan’s own, Mr. 5 O’Clock drops some cold rhymes while recording this video in chilly Upstate, NY. Directed by yours truly.
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