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DJ Drama-Gangsta Grillz: The Album

Having been on his grind for many years now, DJ Drama a.k.a. Barack O Drama a.k.a. iPod King a.k.a. Mr. Thanksgiving a.k.a. T.I.'s DJ is finally here. With many mixtapes with southern stars, his well known Gangsta Grillz, he brings the official album. Feds Takin Pictures: After two skits, Lil' Jon bragging about Drama, and a skit about the racketeering charges, this is the first cut. Repetitive chopped hook, Dame Grease produces a decent track, that bangs decently, as the guests tear it up. Jeezy adds a decent performance, Willie The Kid flexes his skills, Jim Jones brings his typical "Ballin" routine. Ross & Buck add decent performances, but its T.I. who ends up on top of the track. 3.5/5 Keep It Gangsta: Solidified southern producer Mannie Fresh brings an excellent beat that fits the mood and feel of the topic. Lil' Boosie, Webbie & Yo Gotti all feature some raw flows and the track is right in their zone. Church bells, heavy snare patterns and horn line, back up Gotti's cold flow, Webbie's southern accent and Boosie's raw whiny flow. Solid track. 4/5 Cannon Remix: Lil Wayne spits staccato flow with a decent verse over Don Cannon's horns and simple drum beat. No hook, straight bars, Willie The Kid adds a decent verse, as Freeway shines and a solid T.I. verse. 4/5 Makin Money Smokin: A unique Lil Jon production, this track features AMG artist Willie The Kid and older brother LA The Darkman. It's a decent banger. 3/5 5000 Ones: Over extremely radio friendly production of triumphant horns by Jazze Pha, this "Make It Rain" track was the first single. T.I. rides the beat exceptionally well, as Nelly sings on the hook, Diddy ad libs, Joc brings his typical nursery rhymes, Jeezy & Willie The Kid bring average verses. Twista flows nicely. 4.5/5 The Art Of Storytellin' Pt. 4: Cannon produced, legendary duo Outkast appear with some crooning, courtesy of Marsha Ambrosius. Andre 3000 shines with an excellent verse and shows truly why he's one of the best lyricists. "she asked me why in the club you don't make it precipitate, you know make it rain while you can make it thunderstorm, I'm like why? The world needs sun, the hood needs funds, there's a war going on and half the battle is guns, how dare I throw it on the floor, when people are poor, so I write like Edgar Allen to restore." Big Boi also has a solid performance. 5/5 187: Drumma Boy's bouncy organ line and snares back up this gangsta cut. Project Pat was okay, the hook is average, as 8Ball & MJG shine with nice verses. 3/5 Beneath The Diamonds: Light keyboards effects and string lines back up Twista's flow that works nicely. LA The Darkman's verse sad to say, wasn't good, but Devin The Dude's laid back flow fits all too well, making him worth the listen. Solid track. 3.5/5 Talk Bout Me: Wasn't feelin the bouncy production, it just didn't flow that well and Buck's flow sounds forced. Cliched hook, Banks & Yayo don't add much either and this G-Unit track is a skipper. 2/5 No More: Khao's piano laced beat, with synths that build, Lloyd croons his soft voice on the hook and has a heartfelt hook about the struggle. Willie The Kid has a solid verse and T.I. does his thing about his pastime. 4/5 Throw Ya Sets Up: Repetitive hook, over an eerie beat filled with bass by Neo Da Matrix. Yung Joc's verse was decent, nothing great, same with Willie The Kid, its Jadakiss' punchline filled verse that highlights this track. 3/5 Aye: The Runners bring some bass heavy production that has a club feel to it. Grand Hustle artists, Young Dro & Big Kuntry King are featured here, with the banging production, but ends up being a forgettable track. 2.5/5 Grillz Gleamin: Average beat by Lil Jon, Bohagon, Lil Scrappy, Diamond & Princess all spit average verses. Overall the track is a little too sparse and doesn't have that club gangsta feel, but ends up being an uninspired attempt. 2/5 Gettin Money: Mr. lee's laid back production is nice, as Paul Wall, Slim Thug, Lil' Keke & Killa Kyleon come together for an H-Town collab. Smooth hook, this is a nice track about gettin that paper. 3.5/5 Cheers: Decent Pharrell verse, celebratory Neptunes production that is the most playful and fun track on the album. Pharrell handles a decent hook, as the Clipse continue to show why they are so underrated spitting some incredible bars. Nice cut to end on. 3.5/5 DJ Drama's Gangsta Grillz: The Album, has a very big mixtape feel. Except with an all star guest list and some sick cuts. First of all, we'll begin with the hottest track, "Da Art Of Storytellin' Pt. 4" that features some crazy lyricism from Andre 3000 and a worthy Outkast performance. Another highlight is the Neptunes celebratory "Cheers" with Pharrell & Clipse, proving that the Clipse are highly underrated and a feel good joint. Those two tracks are the most lyrical, but now for the gangsta bangers. "Feds Takin Pictures" features a repetitive hook and solid verses, creating a strong street single. "5000 Ones" is enjoyable and all, featuring good verses from T.I. & Twista, however gets a little old after more than one listen. "Cannon Remix" wasn't bad, fairly good considering Freeway & T.I.'s verses, however it would have knocked it out with a solid Lil' Wayne verse, instead of a decent one. "Keep It Gangsta" is one for the streets, extremely raw. "Beneath The Diamonds" is smooth, "No More" is the emotional track and "187" is a decent hood cut. Skippers include "Grillz Gleamin" & "Talk Bout Me". Solid album, that should satisfy the streets. Rating 7 out of 10

Drama looks a though he put the entire RAP INDUSTRY on one CD

No matter your taste in rap your going to love atleast one song and play it over and over and over

great!

I love his songs. U guys gotta check the whole album out

Biography

Born: April 22, 1978 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the most important, famous, and even infamous players in the mixtape game, Drama certainly lives up to his moniker thanks to some high-profile legal problems. Drama began his career in hip-hop in his native Philadelphia under the name DJ Drama. It was in Philly that he befriended Bahamadia, although he wouldn't become her DJ until he made the move to Atlanta to attend Clark Atlanta University. While at CAU, he also began his popular Automatic Relaxation mixtape series, which focused on neo-soul...
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Gangsta Grillz: The Album, Drama
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Gangsta Rap, Hardcore Rap
  • Released: Dec 03, 2007
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