This mixtape was dedicated to a troubled city going through a troubling time, Memphis, Tn. The title is an acronym for 'Masters In Slavery For Ignorance and True Savagery'. Masters are the people who are in control whether it deals with having a economic status or being popular/cool; it represents the things everyone wants to be (The Good). Slavery deals with being controlled, uncool, poor, weak, etc.; anything people want to avoid being (The Bad). Ignorance and savagery are the ugly truths that come out of exposing or justifying why 'Masters' treat 'Slaves' in the manner that keeps them down (The Ugly). So the concept of this mixtape is: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. This is not a race issue; this is more of a humanistic issue. Down south we are blamed for ruining hip-hop. The northern states see southerners as racist people with Dirty surroundings and a poor education system. However, this is how the media and entertainment businesses portray us.
The mixtape starts off talking about Memphis a little bit. Then it trails off into talking about my own personal experiences of being a 'misfit' and how those experiences led me to start wanting to make music. Then it begins to talk about true issues with the city of Memphis as I see it; drugs, violence, racism, etc.. Then it is ended by saying people have the potential to move forward and not to be held back. The city of Memphis is a city of Misfits. However, people have to want to move forward on their own and we are not Misfits. We have to come together as one and show the world what we are made of.