I haven't heard that much from Jus Mic since his very dope mixtape with Mick Boogie. Over a year and a half ago. It's as if he had gone into seclusion and I had almost forgotten about him until this mixtape showed up in my inbox earlier today. The mixtape is very different from his self-titled mixtape. It's a collaboration of the songs he put together over the past year and a half. Poetry For Misfits has more subpar songs ("Who's Saving Me," "Fuck You To") than Jus Mic and feels more like a mixtape than an album, but it also has double the number of tracks and the good greatly outweighs the bad. Tracks like "Jus Believe," "Misery," "Broken," and "I Think I Found My Way" demonstrate the same powerful lyricism and natural flow he showed us on Jus Mic while "Trying to Get My Hip Hop On" remains one of the best songs I've heard in the past couple years (some of the strong additions to the mixtapes are the brief spoken word poems scattered throughout).