iXP vents his life’s triumphs and failures on his album Victory
iXP is a rap artist from Florida, so him getting this far has defied the odds. In no way is this an insult to iXP. Quite the opposite, it is a compliment to iXP. There are so many rappers from Florida that iXP getting this far means he has overcome a lot of odds. When a person overcomes the odds, they declare a victory. What iXP did was actually a step further, he titled his album, Victory.
iXP released his newest album, Victory, in January. However, iXP is still promoting the album, and he made a project that is worth the listen. While iXP is an independent artist, he made some major moves with Victory. Not only did iXP go after big name features, he showed his toughest lyrical prowess on songs with the big features.
iXP collaborated with well known names, such as Young Cash and Holly Monroe. But iXP also collaborated with C.E.O. and Dread Beats on “Got Dat Fiya.” iXP named his album Victory, but he took the listener on a journey through the highs and the lows. Through it all, iXP came through dropping bars. For the people who give iXP a chance, Victory will not leave the listener disappointed.
iXP is an artist in every sense of the word. Before iXP got into the rap game, he played in his middle school’s drumline. After iXP played in his middle school drumline, this opened the door to him making beats. From making beats, iXP began rapping. Immediately, he proved he was no amateur. iXP went from opening for the likes of Method Man to making his own hits.
iXP is nothing like the artists most are used to. What people fail to realize is that is actually a good thing. On Victory, iXP reminds the listener of that fact.