|Willie The Kid And Bronze Nazareth / Living Daylights, The|
|Album:||Living Daylights, The||Collection:||Hip-hop|
|Artist:||Willie The Kid And Bronze Nazareth||Added:||Jun 2014|
The Living Daylights/Willie the Kid and Bronze Nazareth/ALC|
You can tell bronze nazareth helped produce some wu-tang members’ solo albums, because there are the kung-fu skits, soul singing, and bass-y grooves everywhere on this. Willie’s apparently pretty underrated but this album’s getting much-deserved hype online. It’s bright and sparkly while preserving the same dank underground feel I got from ghostface killah’s stuff. The features fit perfectly and the boom-bap sound is prevalent.
Reviewed by Alan
FCCs: N-word, b-word, and f-word or some combination thereof on all of them except the intro skit.
1. Overture (0:41): fighting skit
2. Avalon ft. Roc Marciano (3:13): laidback flow with oboe(?) background melody
3. The Blitz ft. S-Class Sonny (2:19): lush track with female rnb vocals. high energy too
4. Breakfast in France ft. Kyss (3:04): still lush. relaxing, bright, and smooth
5. Sweet Sorrow (2:00): rich storytelling and confessional
6. The Guilt (2:44): solid boom bap track with a skit or two.
7. Fucking Blades ft. L.A.D (3:24): pretty hype track. clever bars with lots of references
8. Wu Babies ft. Sun God & Young Dirty Bastard (3:27): Energetic and full of bravado
9. Ain’t Nothing ft. Boldy James (2:52): Molasses and beefy
10. Coming from (3:48): lots of soul and energy
11. Delirium ft. Sha Stimuli & Sean Price (3:12): very active beat and lots of excitement. hype track?
12. Ice Cold Guinness ft. L.A.D (1:15): short track that lays out the state of affairs
13. Bless My Food ft. Tekh Togo (3:12): winding down track. smooth. makes sure you remember willie and friends