Mike Smiff could be the next to blow out of Miami. With co-signs by artists such as Boosie, Kodak Black, and Trick Daddy, it’s only a matter of time. In 2017, he released his project Chase Dis Money. Since then his EP has received over 700,000 audio streams. The music video for the self-titled track garnered over one million views on Worldstar Hip Hop. In the same year, he collaborated with Miami legends Trick Daddy and Trina on their single “Paradise.” He was able to perform the collaboration on VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Miami Season 1 Reunion.
Mike Smiff starts the tape with a trunk-rattling beat on “Intro.” The 15-track EP serves as the third installment of his All Gas No Brakes series. The first two seen much success, and this tape will prove only to go further. His inspirational hardcore bars can be felt on songs like “No Cap” and “Never Give Up.” Tracks like “My First Hunnid” give the streets a ballad that can be played to boost morale when things get tough.
Moreover, anyone who has been a part of the street life can feel Mike Smiff’s pain. Not just anyone can get a verse from the Lousiana icon, Boosie Badazz. Therefore, everyone knew that both artists would bring their best to the standout track “Sacked Up.”
The project is full of bars that challenge many of the new trends in hip-hop. My personal favorite track is “Just Might” with California rapper, Mozzy. If you have never listened to Mozzy, you get the perfect introduction to his style. Even though the beat has a west coast feel, both spitters sound at home on the fire track. All Gas No Brakes Vol. 3 is full of surprises. There are highs and lows but the energy remains consistent throughout.
Check out the impressive new project from Slip-N-Slide’s new star Mike Smiff.