MP3 Various Artist - Uproot Da Compilation
raw rap and hip hop music from east to west coast rappers, new breed of music a must here five stars real hip-hop
16 MP3 Songs
URBAN/R&B: R&B Rap mix, HIP HOP/RAP: Alternative Hip Hop
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Uproot Entertainment Group describe themselves as "The new West Coast dynasty like no other" The group known as the Uproot Family Tree consist of U.N.I, Flesh & Blood & G.A.M.E. They describe the album as being mixed and blended in the West, East, South and Midwest. But does the album live up to their statement or are they just another long line of independents. The album reviewed below.
Young Haze Sticka Bush Last Page
"To the top" performed by "Black Exodus" and "Sunny Osiris" of the duo "Flesh & Blood," opens the album with smooth laid back old school soul instrumental. Where synthesized sounds are at a minimum and acoustics shine, where ghetto life its trappings and aspirations to overcome are expressed. "Sunny Osiris" delivers a relaxed ghetto style while "Black Exodus" style is lively and contemporary in delivery.
"Dangerous" performed by "U.N.I" sees an explosive production with a dirty South Style instrumental, where energetic base and synthesized strings are key. "Sticka Bush", "Young Haze" and "Last Page" bring added energy to the track with fast paced rapping delivery. "U.N.I" announce they could be dangerous "I don''t really wanna ill n**ga/ I''m just really tryin a chill n**ga/ but if you wanna kill lets kill n**ga," lyrical style maybe?
Jacpott Tibulus (Da Blessed Child)
On the track "Dick em down" the "U.E.G" rap artists collaborate and it is here where their music sounds complete and hardcore in delivery. Their styles work well together and are also distinctive enough to highlight individual rap techniques. "U.E.G" rap about their female conquests.
On "F***''n you tonite" performed by the duo "G.A.M.E," that laid back casual west coast flow is on full show. "Jacpott" and "Tib Da Blessed Child" deliver nonchalant styles, its as if they were high doing this one. "California" performed by "Flesh & Blood" is a party track that celebrates the Cali lifestyle that "Flesh & Blood" lead. The track has a catchy hook and bouncy carefree instrumental.
Flesh & Blood
Sunny Osiris Black Exodus
"Every ghetto" has an angry aggressive flow where drums, base, strings and synthesizers create the sound. Delivered in a Gangsta rap style, where street life is the main issue. "Sticka Bush" of U.N.I proclaims "Protection thats not the only weapon that I brandish/ give you fair warning n**ga I aint the average." "Hoodfellas" performed by U.N.I sees the guys expressing their thoughts on life in the hood and aspirations on raking in the Benjimens. A track with conscious lyrics that will associate with many.
"Scarred for life" performed by the U.E.G artists is another thought provoking track, all the guys come together to rap about the trappings of ghetto life. Again lyrical content and rap styles are prominent, accompanied with soulful female backing and light instrumental.
For a group of independent rap artists "Uproot Entertainment Group" produce a satisfactory album. We are given various rap styles production wise from East to West Coast and some credible beats in places. Although the album does lack pace in parts but these slower tracks are thought provoking. Individual rapping styles are distinctive enough to shine giving the album variety. These guys may be ones to watch for the future.
Out september 3rd
You can purchase the album on the groups official site, just click on the link below
1. To the top, 2. Dangerous, 4. Dick em down, 5. Prime-time, 7. Call me daddy, 10. Every ghetto, 14. Stress my name. Produced by Exodus for Uproot Entertainment Group
3. Dream girl, 6. F***''n you tonite, 8. Nasty b***h, 11. Ride, 13. Recognize G.A.M.E,
15. Money. Produced by Maurice White for Petes Sake
9. California, 16. Scarred for life. Produced by Jagged for Jagged Productions
12. Hoodfellas. Produced by Bayroot