The ever-elusive Mach-Hommy has emerged from the shadows to deliver another installment of his acclaimed Dollar Menu series.
Dropping off Dollar Menu 4 on Friday (Aug. 26), the project is the Newark rapper’s first full-length release since Pray for Haiti (2020) and Balens Cho (Hot Candles) (2021) in years’ prior. Featuring nine new tracks, the mixtape’s brief 25 minute run time is packed with previous Dollar Menu favorites in Your Old Droog, Big Cheeko, The God Fahim and more.
Like in earlier tapes, Fahim and Mach share the spotlight as the former appears on almost every song as a producer or featured artist in some capacity. Throughout the project, the Griselda-adjacent emcees never seem to waste a line — finding themselves dashing through light chimes and serene flutes on “Shukran Dan,” skating through the groovy “Bunny Chao” and waltzing through old-school jazz horns on “Food Grade.” No matter the beat, the pair manage to flow effortlessly over every beat they chose.
Additionally, DM4 is Mach’s first project available on streaming services since re-releasing Dollar Menu back in February. Since the top of 2022, he’s been stealthily dropping EPs worth hundreds of dollars exclusively on his website. So far, Hommy has dropped four projectd. Three of them were listed for $222.22 as his newest 3-track EP, Triz 9, is being sold for $777.77. DM4 is also the first edition of the long-running mixtape series since DM3 in 2017.
Overall, Dollar Menu 4 is yet another breathtaking project from one of rap’s most mystifying figures. While Mach and Fahim prove to be a dominating pair in the lyrical-rap scene once more, Hommy has ultimately given fans a fresh meal off the Dollar Menu.
Listen to ‘Dollar Menu 4’ by Mach-Hommy below!