Diary of a Supernatural (Album Reviews) 

MCskill ThaPreacha’s much awaited album Diary of a Supernatural was released on Friday, December 16th 2016. The 20 track rap album produced in its entirety by seasoned producer Stormatique has been rated CLASSIC by multiple credible sources. 

Click on any of the platforms name to read review and also check some of the quotes below.



SELECT REVIEWS

ALL AROUND AFRICA (Premiere)

MUSIC UNITES AFRICA (Premiere)

CREATIVE-HIPHOP

RAPstation

SPITFIREHIPHOP



SELECT QUOTES

“MC Skill is a legend, living amongst us. You might consider this a premature conclusion but guess what, I made the judgement way before this album was even conceptualized. So, like a sack, your opinion necessarily won’t hold water” – All Around Africa



“MCskill ThaPreacha sets his stage on fire with a 5-mic performance on Diary Of A Supernatural. Songs like “Man In The Mirror”, “Family Over Everything”, “Dear Daughter” and “Black Child” (just to mention a few) reveals MCskill ThaPreacha’s heightened sense of mastery in the arts of lyricism and storytelling” – Music Unites Africa



“In a world where hip hop has been misconceived and abused, MCskill ThaPreacha resurrects hip hop (in Africa and around the world) on this epic Pan-African hip-hop “Diary Of A Supernatural” album. MCskill presents hip hop as a glorious magnificent craft risen from its ashes of commercialism and flabbergasted flamboyance and immersed in immateriality” – Music Unites Africa



“Diary Of A Supernatural is a good conscious album with decent replay value. One that will be appreciated by die hard Skill fans and also newcomers like myself. Subject matter is at a high level which will only end up in making the album last longer” – Creative-HipHop



“The album is indeed a diary, woven with tales of intrigue, inspiration, and intimate passion, with each track embodying a defining chapter for the speaker while at the same time inviting the listener to inhabit the same experience” – RAPstation



“P stands for prayers you gotta do God’s work/and anything you do, you gotta put God first/ don;t be obsessed with these devilish cats” are lyrics that sum up what this album is all about. “Diary Of A Supernatural” is an album that will encourage its listeners to build one with another” – SpitFireHipHop

CLICK HERE to stream and purchase the #DOAS album.



Stay tuned for more full reviews and select quotes. This page will be updated daily.

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