FREE GAS #2 RIGHT ON TIME REVIEW BY A-LOVE99
Hello there to all of whom check for this column. I’m ere to shed some insight on my weekend and open your ears to some new sounds as I was just invited to check out. But first allow me to re-introduce myself to the new reader. I have been labeled the Forrest Gump of Hip-Hop, the inventor of Rock meets Hip-Hop radio and of course, Big Boy’s first neighbor in our hood! I’m so not new to this, but I‘ll always remain true to this thing we call Hip-Hop. Don’t get it twisted though being a critic is not an easy job as it goes, freelance ain’t what it used to be, artist egos are big, DJ’s are even bigger, and who pays in the long run for this when everything is free? I still don’t know but I do love new music and speaking of it we should get started into the reason for this review. Thanks to Nasty Nes I’m able o give you some much needed insight into the mix tape land in which I dwell. And why pray tell should you ever take my world on anything?
Well let’s say after one heck of a journey in making record with some of today’s brightest stars and writing a bunch of big songs. I quit it all to buck the system and create a little company called World Wide Heavywieght-Nes knows all to well where this is gong already, but whatever man I gotta breath on the track a little – right?
Any way WWH gave light to some of the biggest DJ’s in the mixtape game namely DJ Rectangle. Yeah I personally built the mixtape and vinyl business comes to be, as we know today. It was based off the old school mentality of “giving the people what they want”; we just did it far bigger than the RIAA was ready for. And so it goes caterpillars turn into butterflies and our business grew, as did the myth of DJ rectangle and I’m sure everyone here knows the story. We got popped before it was in fashion and everything ceased. But as I say that’s myth and ya boy has never been arrested on any charges year to date. So enough with giving the feds the game I jus wanted to set the record straight that I know this and what I speak on is the gospel and my truth…so without further ado let’s go song for song, fuck it I’ll write it ya’ll sit back and read.
I’ll keep the links on board so that you ca go direct or download it all at once and make your own CD. It’s your call, I made a CD and really recommend jamming one of your own because its really dope driving music.
1. Stunna Boi – Freaky Ish Produced By K.E.
The south ain’t doing the most without Stunning and Stunna Boi gets it popping first off the bat with his return to the Fresh Ish. My dude K.E. brings the beat to ominous levels; please have woofers that can sustain this boom.
Never was a YB fan because I ain’t young enough, but Krill I gotta give credit where it is due and tell you this nigga is nice on this joint strictly for the ladies to let’em know how they gonna Put it down or on you or up in you…whatever you get the point here.
This was funny as it gets because Soulja boy is swaggnificant here and keeps the key of YG’s song about as far away from the correct place as he could get it, but this shows us a perfect example of coast don’t matter when the beat it right. So shine on Soulja boy does and if you are alive in summer of 2010 then you know what Toot it and Boot it really means! Even though this CD is for the ladies, I think the fellas well get a kick out of looking at their expressions when the songs play through. T-Brewer you a fool!
Now this jam is hilarious and if the last song gave her that look and it made you smile this one is gonna tell-on-you! The intro says it all but it also speaks leagues to the art of “keeping it real”. Vaeda Boy V12 where do you get these songs? Much less how do you keep the beats so clean? I love this because there’s just no shame in Playboys game.
Tis a lil shout to a Gutta Girl, kind of reminds me a Apache’s hit from back in the day, “I need a gangsta bitch” this is on hit although it may not speak for every chick it doesn’t say something about the state of the union of what goes on so I applaud Frayser Boy for thinking out the box here. Or is it in the box!
Now is Kilo G (my muthafucking nigga) on the hook of this song? I don’t know because it’s not enough info! Somebody tell him to hit ya boy! This is all about party jam an turnt completely up. Let’s go for the ladies to “do work”.
13. Freedom – Billion
WTF and who’s this nigga? I’m like reggae/bounce/dance he’s like what Akon was but speaking to another generations. Wow crazy lyrics too he’s nice. I can dig it. Let’s fuck with FREEDOM ya’ll he’s new and a raising the bar to another level of the game, I like the hook because who don’t need a billion.
This is another combo punch with all the team coming at you full frontal and force. Shouts out to Flavor Flav (and you better spell it right, because he’s a real nigga and he already corrected me when I was putting the math in my phone, I was like damn this nigga is serious and not so much fun about your name this my phone not an awards show…haha).
15. Mac Bre-Z & Scrappy – Show Em What It Is
The Candy Lady Baby is stepping up to the game like a new next Trina. Ok baby girl go time. Make nigga tuck/dip and roll they little lite weight excuses for getting it in…we feel Mac Bre-Z. I see your endorsement Scrappy.
No everyone is asking what happened to Hot Dollar because he was making a lot of noise many moons ago with his Felli Fell, but he’s back with the Suppliers and Gucci. Some more exclusive shit! Not sure when this was recorded but it sounds relevant today.
Here we go back into the music and making heat rocks. I needed this to begin with, sounded like I was flipping a tape over on that last interlude, now we cooking with grease. Back on track right here and right now thanks in part to JaBar an Dash, and KE.
20. Frayser Boy - My Type Produced By Carlito
Another Bad Girl anthem, they gonna fall for this in the club if they ain’t already going in on it. Which I could be completely out the loop and this is huge in Memphis or some shit like that. BIG GIRLS STAND UP!
His sound is fresh and he’s kicking raw and uncut. The vocals are big but the rhymes work effectively too. He’s actually kicking some ill rhymes and talking about some real shit on a nice remake. Ok we once again give the thumbs way up!!!!
27. JayStonez & Shawnna – Aww Yeahhh
Once again Shawnna works us up and talks that talk and can make you have a straight bust off. She knows what she’s doing here with for sure. Now JayStonez is doing exactly what we all thought Luda should have done with her ere. This is a DJ Krill exclusive and I’m glad he shared with us.
29. Frayser Boy – Freaky Tales
Back to the star of the FREE GAS mixtape. Nice Too Short re-work and talking the right game to these girls. Who’s this girl Krill? She’s a star and I wanna speak on her right here and now.
Yeah ya’ll the exit strategy was golden here I gotta give props as I hoped I help you enjoy your copy of Free Gas #2. I added the words to guide you to the show outs and stars here, but the real generals are T-Brewer -yous a fool,
A-LOVE99 and I’m saying just ask Nasty Nes if you need someone to walk you through another listen and until I see you, you ain’t seen me! Gotta love somebody so learn to love yourself. I fucks with ya!
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