|Add Date:||2014-11-28|| ||Pull Date:||2015-01-30|| ||Charts:||Hip-Hop|
|Week Ending:||1 Feb||25 Jan||11 Jan||4 Jan||14 Dec||7 Dec|
Bizzle/Well Wishes/God Over Money|
This hip-hop album goes pretty hard, overall- classic God Over Money production. Bizzle brings his 3rd solo studio with a purpose – the proceeds go to help build fresh water wells. Album jam-packed with guest appearances from a lot of today's hottest CHH artists and he delivers a dope album almost start to finish with this one. Production is amazing, as well. Fave tracks: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10 & 12. No FCCs.
**1) 4:08 - Med/fast - Heavy samples and drums with dope guest vocals and a lot of musical changes.
2) 4:18 - Med/slow - Synths with a simple drum pattern. Classic Bizzle.
**3) 4:49 - Slow - Great female vocalist and male singing support. Emotional. R&B sound.
*4) 3:24 - Med - Deep song. It takes a village to raise a king/queen. Classic Hip Hop drums. Muted synths and music changes.
**5) 4:06 - Slow/Med - Love what they did with the music on this track. Syncopation is crazy.
*6) 2:47 - Slow/Med - Samples, heavy drums and that synthesizer carry this track. Heavy bass line, as well. This track go!
*7) 4:30 - Med - Very clean beat. Nice samples that produce that boy's choir/heavily reverb-ed sound.
8) 4:19 - Med - Muted drums that sound like a college marching band coupled with a constant sample almost gives this track an East Coast feel.
*9) 3:54 - Med - Nice music complete with key changes and muted drum kits and samples and synths. Another emotional type song.
*10) 3:45 - Med - CRUNK! TURN UP! Club banger. Love this beat. Featuring one of our own NorCal CHH artists, Transparent.
11) 5:04 - Med/fast - West coast sound, with horns and synths over that gansta beat. Brought in Lecrae for this remix.
***12) 3:55 - Med/Slow - Sounds like a piano that has a severe pitch bend or is heavily modulated (maybe both). Maybe my favorite track on this album.
13) 5:50 - Med - A lot of synths used, "orchestra hits" with a bass underlay. A little darker musical sound, but pretty funky.
Reviewed by Daniel of Lift Jesus Higher