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Album Review

Kicking off with a co-sign from his father — who just happens to be Jay-Z's old bodyguard — Casey Veggies' 2015 effort Live & Grow is chock-full of charm and hooks. "Backflip" and "Tied Up" are ridiculously catchy, while "Actin' Up" offers a great example of Veggies' sense of humor as it saddles up next to a woman in the club just because she's "Twenty years old, got no babies." Quirky and off-putting punch lines like that are scattered throughout the album, and with an appearance from Tyler, The Creator on the highlight "RIP," there are slight reminders that the quite flashy Veggies was also a founding member of the Odd Future crew. Beats from DJ Mustard and THC bring back the radio-friendly flavors that better suit his 2015 style, so take that album title to heart and check his early mixtapes for something more raw and raucous.

Customer Reviews

To Much Repetition

I think Casey is very talented as an artist, but he needs to learn how to switch it up. This happens with Sleeping in Class also. The beats are tight, but they (and the verses) loop way to much. I can hardly listen to any of his music after one play through cause I feel like I've heard it way to many times...because I have. I'm never surprised, I actually start to get annoyed and hit skip halfway through the song because I'm tired of it by then.

great music

I saw the producers who did this album and i know this album is going to be great

:/

I guess I was a little disappointed because he sold out a little. His song with the mainstream rappers seem forced and I just simply don't enjoy them. His solo songs are still great and remind me of my favorite Casey songs but I just wish he wouldn't have collaborated with so many artists, especially since they're all well known

Biography

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A well-known name in hip-hop long before his debut album dropped, rapper Casey Veggies launched his solo career in 2007 after leaving the Odd Future crew. He was a brief but founding member of the group, appearing on its 2007 release The Odd Future Tape before breaking out with his own mixtape, Customized Greatly, Vol. 1, released that same year. Customized Greatly, Vol. 2 followed in 2009, and the rapper spent 2011 promoting his Sleeping in Class mixtape on tour opening for Mac Miller. Customized...
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