MP3 FBF Productionz - If the Streetz Could Talk Vol. 2 "Side Streetz, Washington D.C."
"Streetz 2" is a chameleon -- a reverberating sequel of conscious Hip Hop imbibed with east coast rap roots, R&B funk, and intriguing parodies. Streetz tells the story of life in the American capital - a few side streetz away from the American Capital.
10 MP3 Songs in this album (35:51) !
Related styles: HIP-HOP/RAP: Alternative Hip Hop, HIP-HOP/RAP: East Coast
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KEEP AWARE. KEEP YOUR EAR TO THE STREETZ. The sequel continues with FBF Productionz "If the Streetz Could Talk Vol.2" Side Streetz Washington DC.
True to the nature of “Streetz Vol. 1”, Volume 2 is conceived of many voices, many sounds telling the same story of life in the American capital -- life off the tourist trek and away from the infamous Capital. And who could tell the story better than the Streetz? The Streetz see everything and know everybody. If the streets could talk, this is what they''d say.
Although "Streetz 2" is diverse, this compilation has a common thread and a unique dynamic. Varied themes jump out from representing the hood in "Deez" (performed by Debo and Doc Strange) to surviving the hood in "Give Me Ya Luv" (performed by E. Jones) to getting down to business in "It''z All Ova" (performed by Jamal Malik Da Iron Sheik with Da Rugget Talker) and that sentiment''s close cousin, determination, in "I Refuse" (performed by AzReal). Throughout, the album is filled with love, from the at once hopeful and doubtful love of Bino Buck''s "I Apologize" to the passionate hip-hop ballad "We Had Our Past," (performed by JBomber featuring Justincredible and sweet, tough soul singer Unique). What''s more, the insider information on "District of Columbia" (performed by Debo) will never be provided by the average tour guide.
Crafted by FBF Productionz, the album''s music is just as eclectic and intriguing as the artists themselves -- from thick, dirty funk to bittersweet soul and R&B, to the smartly sparse tracks that let effectively infectious beats carry the load, to the “rock hop” experimentation that lives up to its title "Flying Saucerz" (performed by J-Bomber).
Streetz Vol. 2 is truly a Hip Hop masterpiece.
All hail, Fat Beatz Forever (FBF)!
Album artwork by Terrell for https://www.tradebit.com