14 Songs, 48 Minutes


*WEA.MusicPages.Riaa.Explicit* Mastered for iTunes


*WEA.MusicPages.Riaa.Explicit* Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
20 Ratings
20 Ratings

Congratulations Louis


OK... so I have listened to this album for the last couple weeks nonstop because i have a very personal relationship with the Bromance label, but that doesn't sway my review except for the fact that knowing Louis for a long time, I knew the love he had for true trap music (music bred in the culture of drugs in America and not the current watered down "trap" played in the clubs) as a kid growing up in Reims... Fast forward to years later after experiencing the U.S. and respecting the roots of true American trap music while maintaining the trained ear of an accomplished techno artist, Louis has taken his experiences (including his most recent Yeezus experiences) and accomplished something great that most people strive for... finding your sound. With that said, this album kills it as a true hip hop album with timely techno inflections that showcase the taste of Bromance without diluting the formula of great hip hop. I can't wait for everyone to drive along with the windows down to this album and jus applaud the accomplishment is Brava. Congrats bud. This album is very very tight.



His lyricism and flow remind me of french Montana, ewe

Not bad at all


This producer did a great job with the sounds and gave a lot of artists the chance to have a voice on a spectacular album btw have you seen his youtube vids....there amazing

About Brodinski

Bouncing between hip-hop and electronica as if he were a one-man Party Supplies, French DJ and producer Brodinski launched his career with the support of names like 2 Many DJ's, Erol Alkan, and Bugged Out, before he entered the world of hip-hop with the help of Danny Brown, Young Scooter, and Kanye West. Based out of Reims, France, Brodinski debuted in 2007 with the electro 12" "Bad Runner" on Mental Groove. Two years later he helmed the mix CD Bugged Out! Presents Suck My Deck and joined the Southern Fried label by collaborating with Mumdance on the "Eurostarr" single. Another mix CD dropped when Fabriclive 60 arrived in 2011, the same year Brodinski launched his own Bromance label with "Bromance #1," an electro 12" recorded with Gesaffelstein. The Chopped & Screwed Mixtape from 2012 found him dropping remixes in a Southern hip-hop style, then he remixed Danny Brown's single "Die Like a Rockstar" that same year. Gesaffelstein and Brodinski partnered again in 2013, this time producing two tracks for Kanye West's monolithic Yeezus album. Two years later he released his debut album, Brava, on the Parlophone label. The LP featured guest appearances from Makonnen, Slim Thug, Young Scooter, and many others. ~ David Jeffries




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