Sacramento’s veteran MC Chuuwee, one of the most consistent content droppers in the game, has yet another story to tell the masses. As part 2/5 in his discography series, Dystopia, El Chez and Below Systems Records releases the 14 track deep ensemble, Purgator .
After releasing a slew of singles including the personal homage, “Perception,” and visuals for politically inspired cuts a la “Hypocrisy,” Purgator ‘s darkly veiled gates have finally opened. And as far as the album’s thematics, The South Sac Mack has this to say about the series, and his vision for this project in particular:
“Part one, Paradiso, was released in earlier this year. The album focuses on the ideology of what paradise is or means to us as people, while explain the purpose of existence from an existentialist perspective.
Purgator takes a darkened turn for the worse, displaying a showcase of manic depressive and self-conscious viewpoints of one’s own success and outlook toward in a nihilistic view point of the age of question that everyone has been asking, “why am I alive?”
While you ponder the album’s meaning, take a listen to discover the message within Chuuwee’s Purgator above, featuring artists Rothstein, Roc$tedy, Looselyric, dahLak and production by Ac3 Beats, Calev, EsVybe, Money Montage and more.