BBE AJ single "Doin My Dance" has taken off with a great response from the streets. He teams up with #KooShotya to create a dope visual to support this fast moving record. You can hear this song in any club in Baton Rouge and surrounding areas.
First 10 secs: The beat and intro are hot. I like how this starts.
Concept: Dope.. Very Solid
Hook: I like the hook, Its crazy because i feel like the term “Lover Boy” is old and corny… Like something granny would say lol. but “Forever my Lover……Boy.” is dope. I Think this song has radio potential. i would really like to see how the video is put together. Strong visuals are needed to support this record.
Verses: Natalie can sing sing…good vibe and flow…. “We do our own thing..play by our own rules… the own rules part sounds off key…it sound a little off. Otherwise the delivery and sound are awesome. MGE Phat i like your sound and approach on this song, good verse… straight to the point and executed well. Very simple nothing memorable but smooth fit and solid. Also love the exchange at the end between you and Phat.
Beat: Sounds great.. very solid production, beat mix levels are good.
Sound Quality: Mixing and Master are good on this song.
Overall I give this song a 4.5 out of 5 I like Natalie”s voice, MGE Phat came in and created a solid smooth balance to this song. I would definitely give any record Natalie is on a listen. Oh and side note…when i reviewed this song everybody at the crib liked it. lol This song has radio potential.
@spitta_badnewz has been dropping fire for like 11 or 12 weeks straight every sunday. I cant even keep count. Check out his latest #SpitSomethingSunday and check out the other nearly dozen on youtube... search "Spitta Spit Something Sunday"
Adam Dollar$ is one of Baton Rouge"s best kept secret. Adam may not be the most popular name around Baton Rouge's gangsta rap scene that everybody glorifies, but to my amazement he can sell out The Varsity Theatre near LSU. Adam Dollar$ fell on my radar through his loyal fans and Marcel P Black. The Hip Hop Community in Baton Rouge is growing. Marcel P Black in my opinion is the leader of this growing culture... to make you understand a little more...Baton Rouge is a very violent city and gangsta music thrives....they want hardcore gangsta rap or jig music(High Tempo X-Pill Music) so this loyal Hip Hop culture has grown a loyal fan base. I will do a Separate write up on Marcel P Black later, Adam Dollar$ makes music that you can bring anywhere in the world. I was super impressed by his bars and disappointed that i didnt know about him way sooner!! Check out this awesome piece of work titled "Sugar & Spice" and check Adam Dollar$ out for yourself on all Music Platform Outlets and follow on Instagram @AdamDollars
Check out @Beezykkk on instagram and youtube this song is my personal favorite and its kind of old. He just released a new album is self-titled "Beezy KKK" it on Mymixtapez and all music media outlets.
First 10 secs: Beat and intro reminds me of that old 2000 Baton Rouge rap sound and feel.
Hook: Is ok.... the repetitive mentioning of “that raggedy” has stuck in my head. Simple and catchy can work but I’m not sure if this one will catch. I like it but I feel like it’s behind on time and it’s not time for this sound and style to return.
Verses: Energy and His voice sounds good, no catchy bars or punch lines that stuck with me. Simple and to the point and flow is good. Would like to hear more metaphors or similes and catchy phrases that will stick to my memory.
Beat: It’s solid but its dated. Sounds like beginner sounds. This beat would fit perfectly into the early 2000’s Beelow, OCB, Thug Addict era. An upgrade of sounds packs and sound kits may help. Producer can obviously make beats but this style and sound seems old.
Sound Quality: The recording sound levels are mixed cool, I don’t hear the clean crisp sound of a mastered record on the cpu speakers nor in the headphones.
Overall: I give this song a 1.5 out of 5 I like the artist energy and flow. I also like the concept of the song because I’m from the rageddy! (Baton Rouge)