Viktor Rasiia brings the heat with his new mixtape

Emcee Viktor Rasiia is welcoming fans to his world with the release of his latest mixtape The Viktor Rasiia Show. Bringing the heat directly from the concrete jungle, Rasiia’s sound is an instant-rewind back to hip hop’s deepest underground styles, now re-emerging among new indie artists. Rasiia’s mixtape is a conventionally stylized rap record that possesses the quality of a raw street cipher, combined with the thematic principles of a mainstream record.

With raw lyrical conjuring, Rasiia shares a striking view into his personal domain, juggling the themes held closest to the mainstream realm of hip hop. The intro to Get Like Me for I Won’t Step provides an explanation of Viktor’s movement, shedding light on his artistic perspective. Rasiia’s lyrical concepts are delivered with unabashed truth through his lens. From the vantage point of candid, political incorrectness, he leaves no vice unchartered and no contender unscathed.

While many of the tracks on the album consist of imaginative rap musings, there are some reflective tracks such as Xpressions of a Emcee and outro New World Native f/Steve Jobs alter the tone and weight of the record by taking a glimpse into the social aspects of hip hop and the current world around it. Viktor implores fans to understand his ongoing mission through his music and influence. This is refreshing for fans who appreciate rich lyrical content that extends beyond tongue-in-cheek observations.

Viktor’s rhyming flow is multi-faceted, incorporating different styles that span across multiple sub-genres and regional influences. His cadence corresponds well with the accompanying beats while his tone and energy remain steadfast. He delivers lyrical world-play in a clean and effective manner, carrying his message with the slightest of ease.

The production on The Viktor Rasiia Show encompasses a hybrid of underground hip hop beats, dark twisted beats, and retroactive soul sounds reminiscent of early WU-Tang Clan rapmasters. The track Gospel Music has the dirty vinyl sound that was popular in the late 90s and early 2000s. The Creed opens with a progressive sound but is reminiscent of Dr. Dre’s production giving the record a varied sound. The mixtape is a reputable conglomeration of thematic relevance, cultural exploration, and genuine hip hop style.

Viktor describes himself as an Emcee, Artist, and New World Philospher. Download his latest mixtape “The Viktor Rasiia Show” at

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Mika Lucio, a native of Staten Island, NY got her start in music as a college radio DJ at Bradford College in Massachusetts. She received her degree in Communications from Old Dominion University. As a trained dancer and recording artist, Lucio has appeared on national television on shows such as BET’s 106 & Park. Managed by Ruishella Sellers of Myjestik Entertainment, Mika recorded her first album at 19 years old with Hampton Roads indie group M.E.C. An avid music lover of all genres, she is always looking for fresh new music to add to her digital collection.