Dreamy production and laid-back yet lyrically catchy vocals create a certain color and confidence as the uniquely engaging “This Can’t Be Real” proves quick to impress. The single starts off with a certain air of lightness but goes on to weave in plenty of more intense, emotionally compelling references.
The combination of the leading voice and the melody works brilliantly, and meanwhile, the production continues to weave its addictive and original soundscape around listeners. The Mighty Prospect is a native of St. Louis, MO who is currently making soulful music from Philadelphia, PA. he is an artist who had a rough past. Since he moved to society he had issues with local police for standing up for his friends and himself. Once he was arrested and hospitalized after finishing his shift at Starbucks. But later the case was dropped.
This initial incident led to him feeling hopeless, depressed, and addicted to alcohol. But since he had his first kid things have looked much better and currently is the best version of himself and a “Hood Hero”. During those times music was his happy place and he knows the importance of good music for everyone who is battling with struggles they never talk about. So through his music, he speaks about them and helps everyone to feel loved and not alone through their hardships.
As a hip hop lover Tupac, Nas, DMX were his heroes. Once The Mighty Prospect Featured on the Eric Snowden episode of John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight show. Clever bars, unique sound design, passion, and precision united – This Can’t Be Real stands out for its strength of character, skill, and professionalism all at once. Well worth a few spins this summer.