Monday, August 31, 2009
ThisIz A Classic..
My Album Review For Jay-Z's Blueprint III
"What We Talkin' About" (Ft. Luke Of Steele Empire Of Sun)
- ThisIz probably Jay's best intro since "The Dynasty". The lyrical delivery is at its finest, this is the beginning of a CLASSIC.. What We Talkin' About?
- Thisiz a laid back song. The record has a beautiful vibe."Thank You Thank You, Your Far Too Kind"
"D.O.A. (Death Of The Auto-Tune)"
- ThisIz hip hop at its finest. "This is Anti-Auto-Tune, Death Of The Ringtone/This Ain't For Itunes This Ain't For Sing-A-Longs"
"Run This Town (Ft. Rihanna & Kanye West)"
- Thisiz Roc Nation showing us why their on top of the game. Rihanna murders the hook, its good to hear her voice & know she still killing it. Jay-Z delivers & Kanye's Verse Speaks for itself.
"Empire State Of Mind (Ft. Alicia Keys)"
- Thisiz a CLASSIC. Alicia Keyes does her thing on the hook & Jay-Z lyrics are great. The chemistry on the track is outstanding. ThisIz Hot97 ThisIz New York.
"Real As It Gets (Ft. Young Jeezy)"
- ThisIz as Real As It Gets lol. The sing does not disappoint. It is exactly what you would expect from a Jay-Z x Young Jeezy Collaboration.
"On To The Next One (ft. Swizz Beatz)"
-Thisiz Swizz Beatz delivering again like he has been all year. Jay Kills it with lines like "Hov On That New Shit, Niggas Like How Come?/Niggas Want My Old Shit, Buy My Old Album/Niggas Stuck On Stupid, I Gotta Keep It Moving/ Niggas Make The Same Shit, Me? I Make The Blueprint"
"Off That (Ft. Drake)"
- Thisiz not what i was expecting. I was anticipating a real hip hop track, like verse for verse you know? None the less the track is hot, Its a trendsetting club banger. I respect the overall objective of the song. "Cris We Off That, Timbs We Off That. Rims We Off That/ Is You Still Making Money? Cause We Still On That"
"A Star Is Born (Ft. J. Cole)"
- Thisiz Mr. Carter talking about all the stars he's witnessed come up. Bar for bar Jay delivers."Luda Moved Dights, After He Moved Bitches/ Drakes Up Next See What He Do With It". J. Cole shows everyone he deserves to be on the track with Hov & he does his thing.
"Venus vs. Mars"
- Thisiz Different. Timbaland didnt disappoint & nor does Jay. "Shortie Like Pac, Me? Big Poppa/ Screaming Hit Em Up Im Scream Who Shot Ya"
"Already Home(Ft. KiD CuDi)"
- Thisiz Way Better Then I Thought It Would Be. Cudi's only on the hook & he murders it. Jay-Z.. You Already Know. The Chemistry is surprising good, I Love This One..Already lol.
"Hate (Ft. Kanye West)"
- ThisIz the type of record i expected to see with drake. Whenever Ye jumps on his own beat you know its a problem. With lines like "How Much They Hate It? Very/ Kiss Girls Like Kate Perry/ I Aint Never Sprung, But I Spring-Her..Jerry" Haha Jay-Z murders it as well, im still trying to decide who has the best verse...
- Thisiz a Reminder. "What The Hell Have Ya'll Done?..To Even Have An Opinion On What I've Been Doing/ What The Hell Have Ya'll Won?..The Only Thing You Can Identify With is Losing/Ten Number One Albums In A Row Who Better Then Me? Only The Beatles No One Is Ahead of Me/ I Crush Elvis In His Blue Suede Shoes/Made The Rolling Stones Seem Sweet As Kool-Aid Too"
"So Ambitous (Ft. Pharrell)"
- ThisIz what you would expect. Jay-Z lethal lyrics & Skateboard P's smooth voice On the hook. ThisIz So Ambitous...
"Young Forever (Ft.Mr. Hudson)"
ThisIz the perfect way to close out the album. considering Mr. Hudson says Forever Young & NOT Young Forever im a little confused on the title. Overall its a beautiful record, with a lot of lines to think about "Do You Really Want To Live Forever?..Forever..Forever Young."
"The Blueprint III"
In Stores 9/11