OPM (Other People’s Money) is no stranger to Best In The Mix but this time it’s not Dom Kennedy. Lately the other artists are preparing for their own projects to be released under this camp (Niko G4 recently released his also). Recently Zeke of OPM dropped his “ZEKE – 2090” mixtape. Zeke is the singer of OPM, and I promise you will not be disappointed with his vocals. If you don’t remember or simply haven’t heard, he has featured on a few of Dom K and other fellow label mates like “Lately,” “A Real One,” “Talk about it,” and others.
This is a remotely short project, but the OPM template for success is quality over quantity. Considering the success of these artists’ fans, the template seems to be working.
Zeke isn't another high-pitched male R&B artist that is making music (no shots fired, just a statement), he has an actual male tone that is soft but far from feminine and guaranteed to get your lady(ies) in the mood. Zeke’s tracks have more of a jazz tone to it but at the same time sexual. The tracks on this tape are very intimate, he makes it seems as if he is talking to one girl on every track.Young Nation” that was also reviewed by yours truly.