torstai 24. lokakuuta 2013

Album Tips: DJ Khaled, Young Dro



First of all, thank you for reading my blog on a daily basis. I'm trying to constantly improve my blogging and do new things. While i don't post any unauthorized leaks or illegal songs i thought it might be helpful to point out some new and fresh albums that already came or are coming up. I might get my hands on some albums before the release day, so there might be something exclusive coming up also. Be on the look out.



DJ Khaled "Suffering From Success"
DJ Khaled should be no stranger to anybody. He's a hard working man, a producer, and the man behind countless hits. Scarface recently praised his producing abilities over most of the beatmakers out there (you should already know producing is not equal to beatmaking).

What it comes to this particular album, i think it's one of his best albums. Maybe even the best. Hit after hit after hit. Starting with Obama's already legendary entrance to "All I Do Is Win" and continuing theme songs like the title song featuring Ace Hood & Future and anthemic "I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie".

Like always, there's a lot of features. DJ Khaled has Future, Ace Hood, Rick Ross, Diddy, French Montana, Scarface, Akon, Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Jadakiss and a whole lot of others trading bars. It's unlike anybody else can do it. DJ Khales is the best.

Highlights:
I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie (f/ Rick Ross, Meek Mill, T.I., Swizz Beatz & Puff Daddy)
You Don't Want These Problems (f/ Big Sean, Rick Ross, French Montana, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Ace Hood & Timbaland)
I Wanna Be With You (f/ Nicki Minaj, Future & Rick Ross)
No New Friends (f/ Drake, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne)
Never Surrender (f/ Scarface, Jadakiss, Meek Mill, Akon, John Legend & Anthony Hamilton)

* * * * *

____________________________________________________________


Young Dro "High Times"
Young Dro first came out in 2006 when he had a hit single Shoulder Lean (featuring T.I.). That was the anthem, the jam. His whole album "Best Thang Smokin' was very enjoyable. I always liked his voice and raw ATL style.

But he disappeared. He was always around. But it felt like he don't have it anymore. All the features were kind of lame and T.I. was busy pushing B.o.B.

Then came FDB. Straight up strip club banger produced by FKi. At the same time T.I. decided to finally unleash his long-awaited Grand Hustle group album. Young Dro was back on track. Everything was sealed with a remix treatment for FDB by DJ Drama, French Montana, T.I. and Trinidad James.

The whole album is solid. Not too long, full of nice production and just what you can expect from Dro. Features fellow Grand Hustle artists by T.I., Spodee, Doe B and a couple of others. If you are into ATL style rap you will like this. Dro is a beast.

Highlights:
Strong
Bad Bitch (f/ T.I., Spodee & Problem)
FDB
Take You There (feat. Natasha Mosley)

* * * * *


Ei kommentteja:

Lähetä kommentti