The record, which is DJ Drama’s first release in four years, is packed with features from some of the biggest names in the rap game now. This makes it a must listen for any hip hop heads.
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“Intro” gives listeners a powerful opening track to gorge. It’s not often tan intro makes a play for one of the best tracks on an album but this one does.
The track features Lil Wayne (with production from Swiff D) and has a big instrumental and a prominent beat that Wayne flows over aggressively for two minutes.
The lyrics are fierce as Weezy kills it with lines like the following:
“I cut your head off and wear it, I break your legs get to steppin’.”
“Wishing” is a more RnB influenced track full of fire from Chris Brown, Lyquin and Skeme. The video is a good watch too — the artists protest their innocence to delightfully attractive female police officers.
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A simple beat (along a piano) provides the musical backdrop for WDNG Crshrs to smoothly drop bars, which they do so gracefully. At two minutes long, this song definitely needs a hit on that repeat button.
There are many features on this album (in fact, some tracks even have four) but Mac Miller’s effort on “Camera” is probably my favourite.
From start to finish this album is quality and has it all. There are upbeat numbers, laid-back vibes as well as harder-hitting tracks and more soulful RnB tunes.
You can stream Quality Street Music 2 here.