Toronto’s ShaqIsDope finally shares his long-awaited mixtape, Black Frames. The 23-year-old delivers a hefty follow-up to his breakout mixtape Early Beginnings:The Shaquille Baptiste Story. The 12-track project focuses on SID trying to maintain his moral integrity. Although he don’t consider himself above temptations, SID tries to pay close watch on his spiritual temperature. Songs such as “Innocent Youth” and “Stay Focus” proves how vulnerable we all are to temptation but we have to reminds ourselves of the damaging consequences of moral failure. Packed with introspective lyricism, and relaxing production from ZHI, Pitt Tha Kid, FrancisGotHeat, and more. “Innocent Youth,” is definitely one of my personal favorites off the project. With a melodic chorus, and rapid-fire story-telling, SID acts as a concerned big brother, and a vivid reporter for those in the struggle. Listen to Black Frames below and be sure to catch ShaqIsDope live at the Opera House with Ty Dolla $ign on April 29.