3 months after the release of 740 Park Avenue, Mickey Factz releases a brand new project titled Love.Lost.Lost.2. With features from John Legend, Erykah Badu, Bianca Raquel and Lyriq. Mickey Factz grabs Flying Lotus Iman Omari, Atu, Blue, The Misfit and more, check out the tape down below. Bronx WHAT UP
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Mickey is back with the first single off of Love.Lust.Lost.II entitled U (Q) artistically covers, with the blessings from the ever magnificent Erykah Badu, a man’s devotion for the person he is engaged with. Thanks to art by Jeremy Biggers and mixing by John Stewart, Mickey cleverly maneuvers in and out of the song with ease off of the insane production from Blue The Misfit. Expect more from Mickey as he is set to embark on his tour as well as unveil his newest project entitled Love.Lust.Lost.II
After a brief hiatus from a premature decision, Mickey Factz returns with his latest offering entitled Detroit Red. A brief audio-biography of Malcolm X’s younger days, Factz places himself in the shoes of Detroit to tell his story.
There has only been one other artist from NY to respond, but today Mickey Factz releases his response. Amply named “South Park”, Mickey Factz releases his respond to Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse. This is not bad at all, we’ve always been a fan so we expected greatness.
Since releasing his latest project Mickey Mause, Mickey Factz just released a brand new joint entitled “Love?.” Mickey spits smooth lyrics over this groovy instrumental and it doesn’t disappoint. Have you been in love? If so, how many times. Also, wish Mickey Factz a happy birthday.
Edited and Shot by members of The Observers Bureau (Erikson Corniel, Michael Mejia, & Slick Jackson), MauSe returns from overseas to pay his last respects to his dear friend John Lennon. While enjoying the pleasures of Central Park, he is followed & photographed unknowingly. Produced by Mickey Factz and The Observers Bureau, this scene is only a preview to the rest of the short film.
This trailer for Scene 3 shows MauSe in his self created factory world. The joys of Hulk Hogan and Art, mixed with the plight of poverty and drug use create a scene to be remembered. Produced by Mickey Factz and The Observers Bureau, this trailer is only a preview to the rest of the short film.