Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Underrated Lyrical Genius

Dear readers I need your undivided attention for about five minutes. I don't intend to make this a long post, not as long the J.Cole one, which by the way I know a few of you looked at the length of it and thought... 'I'm not reading all of that', you did didn't you, yes I know, don't try to lie. You got caught. Anyways I'm doing it again, stop Tanny. Right, now that the self-reassurance is out of the way, let's get down to business.

I would like to quickly give you a briefing on Acehood's album 'Blood, Sweat and Tears'.
Let me just give you a moment for that to sink in............ Okay, lets continue.

So Acehood's album 'Blood, Sweat and Tears', let's shorten it to 'BST' because it's quite annoying having to type it out all the time.

Let me start by saying in comparison to 'Cole World: The Sideline Story' the mood of this album is very upbeat rather than chilled. I must say it only starts out like that and then gets kind of deep at the end. It's kind of like when you go to a party and the disk jockey plays all the slightly hype songs first and builds up a nice vibe, then it gets hype and maintains that level of hypeness for an hour or so; then it drops to a slower mood. When a say slower I mean some slow jams or slow R&B but in Acehood's case its upbeat commercialised hiphop followed by some real hard hiphop on slower beats. To be honest I prefer the second half of the album in comparison to the first half, but then again that depends on the type of mood I'm in, no, overall I do prefer the second half of the album.
The first half of the album is the type of music that you should listen to when it's a sunny day and you're speeding, actually not necessarily speeding, but just cruising round in the car with your shades on; feeling drunk on life. Note what I just said I didn't say drunk, I said drunk on life meaning your happy to be alive and you just feel good.
The second half of 'BST' has similarities to 'cole World' but only slightly and I only say that because Acehood spits raw and goes hard in the second half so he reminds me of J.Cole a little bit.

Well I said that I wasn't going to keep you long and maybe this is taking more than five minutes, I'm sorry, I truly am, I just get a little carried away at times. But I'm nearly the end so if you have stuck with me this far, thank you; I'm nearly finished.
I just want to conclude by saying my favourite track by far is 'Lord knows', this song is so deep and so true because only the Lord knows it all and knows what is in store for us all in the future. (Note: I am a believer in the Almighty God) I also like, 'Hustle Hard' which is another deep and raw track, which yets again speaks the truth and is as real as it getd. And finally, i like 'Bitter world', 'Go N Get It', 'Body 2 Body' and 'Spoke To Mama'.
Overall it is a good album, and I think Acehood is underrated, he is way better than the likes of someone like Soulja Boy who is over rated for repeating a few lines throughout a whole three minutes long instrumental. Ridiculous! Anyways the album is worth a listen and has features such as Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.
You'll be glad to know that this is the end, well as always and forever, I love all of you who reads my blog, I appreciate it so much, it makes me feel as though I has reason to continue to do what I'm doing. So thank you all so much and I think i've said just enough, so over and out! Tanny xx

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