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Jag Of All Tradez

Jesse Jagz

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Jay

Great album and greeeeat production

Just too Perfect!

This man is underrated! His beats are on point and different! I’m a producer too and I adore his production! Keep up the good work! God bless you sir!

Listen to no one! for you are the best!

His Trade is Rapping and Producing Great Beats

In the past few years the rap scene has been constantly played out with so many artists vying for the top spot, different labels churned out artists and believe me, many of them were sub par. Then came Chocolate City and the story began. His brother before him (M.I) dropped one of Nigeria's most anticipated albums of all times (Talk About It) and Jesse handled many of the beats on that album, so we can conveniently say that he contributed so much to the success of that album.
For an artists known for his great productions, the beats and bass lines are all original and don't sound similar from track to track. The reason it is so great lies in the perfect blend of excellent production and vocals and lyricism. He enlisted a crew of guests to lend rhymes including fellow 'Choc Boys' MI, Ice Prince and Brymo. Other artists featured are Soul E, Wizkid, Lindsey, Muna, Eve, Skales. On first listen, every track instantly appealed to me. It has quality and originality written all over it and and boasts of top charting singles like 'Pump it Up', 'Wetin Dey', 'Greatest' and 'Jargo'. The album can be best described by analyzing individual tracks.
Track 1 - A good track to lead an album of this magnitude. Jesse taking over the scene is self acknowledged here with great metaphors with well instrumented beats to make the track one that anyone can enjoy. He also acknowledged fellow label mates saying MI paved the way for the label (true), he also added that MI is the lightning, he (Jesse) is the thunder while Ice Prince is the rain...this goes to show the confidence exuded in this track. Ice Prince also proved that he is a lyricist that everyone would have to contend with.
Track 2 - The heavily syncopated beats of this track will make any club come to life. The beats of this track is just extra ordinary, however, towards the end of the track, the beats and tempo was varied which did not do the track good. He probably wanted to show his skills as a producer by having 2 different kind of rhythm on the same track.
Track 3 - This track showcased Soul E who has been absent in the music scene for a while now. Wizkid underperformed on this track, generally, Jesse owned this track through out.
Track 4 - In his diversity, Jesse experimented with Indian inspired music as the foundation for this track and he did a good job. The rhytmic bass line of this track is well laced on the track. Jesse was in his essence on this track, even rapping in Hausa to further point out he can do it in any style. A good club/dance track that can be enjoyed off the dance floor too.
Track 5 - Raeggae inspired beat with a catchy chorus in which Jesse professed his love for being the #1 to his girl. This is another track where Jesse shows his diversity in beats and he delivered.
Track 6 - Here Jesse spits from his heart, you can feel the music was in him when he rapped to this beat. My best track on the album with a powerful and captivating female voiced hook to keep expecting the whole package...and when the remaining beats drops, you will definitely feel goose bumbs from the quality of every instrument used on this track. Apart from of the beats, his lyrics is an assertion of his prowess as a powerplayer in the music scene. I know its normal for rap artist to brag about beaing the greatest or the best, Jesse is not far from the truth when proclaiming this on this joint.
Track 7 - In my opinion, I think this track is a last minute inclusion and more like a freestyle. Well, it was well laid out with great lyrics filled with metaphors leaving you impressed....like he said, if you don't feel this track, then you are tasteless.
Track 8 - This should be one of the most daring beats ventured by Jesse. The fuji inspired beats with a hip hop base line sure pulled it off for him. His lyrics were gentle rapped softly to maintain the integrity of the theme of the track. The chorus uses a catchy familiar line to ensure it lingers on after the song ends.
Track 9 - This old inspired track will make you feel in the 80s, its only Jesse's rapping technique, delivery and thumping baseline that confirms you are in real time. The catchy chorus by Lindsey also did justice to the track.
Track 10 - A humurous skit freestyle by Jesse and Ice Prince marketing themselves as artist that they can perform in any show even speaking in Hausa to let people know.
Track 11 - A strong beat track with minimalist approach to instruments interlaced with flute tones. Muna rapped on this track and she did well.
Track 12 - A guitar backboned track with Jesse telling stories of enemity between brothers and relatives especially among black people. The chorus made the track what it is.
Track 13 - A laid back track featuring Brymo (label mate). The chorus is a yoruba chant which made it more captivating.
Track 14 - His signature song and one of the tracks which made Jesse J a house hold name. The party/club beat is something that can lighten up the club any time. The chorus which proclaimed his name further made it easy for his name to remain in our memories. A third verse on the track after the bridge would have made it better as the beats trailed for too long before the song ends.
Track 15 - The "producer extraordinaire" still held his own on this track, Skales handled the chorus and the song is more like a conversation being narrated by Jesse.
Track 16 - A party inspired dance track, with moderately decent beats and lyrical offering.
Track 17 - The same tempo as the previous track but completely different beat.
Track 18 - Another minimalist instrument track focused on lyrics.
Track 19 - As a tradition, the label reserves the last track as a label collabo. Having MI, Jesse and Ice Prince on the same track is always a banger, and thats what happened here. Each of them holding their own in this contest of lyrical prowess leaves one to acknowledge the creativity and technique of the trio. It is basically a bragging track with MI taking sublimal hit

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