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Artist: team Yizzo
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Album: Eat. Love. Pray.
Rating: 10 out of 10 stars
Website: Official Website
Reviewed by: RJ Frometa
Edited by: Marion Lougheed
What happens when a group of talented people team up and put a group together? Probably the answer to that can be found in Team Yizzo and their latest release, Eat. Love. Pray.
There are lots of things we would immediately notice and that would catch our attention, such as the tracks and the influences. There are awesome similarities up to a point, for example, in “The Fix” and “Zone II,” where it’s almost impossible not to identify some Wiz Khalifa and Kanye West vibe in it. At the same time, other songs, such as “The Chase” go more along the line of acts like T. I…. cool piano, background vocals, and, of course, the drum beats make each track pretty special.
As for the vibe, that’s something that’s also diverse. First of all, considering that there’s more than one artist and musician, each one brings his own style and flow to the songs. We can find a combination of old school and new techniques and technologies of this century. This makes it more interesting.
Lyrically, the album also discusses lots of subjects, including hate, love, pain, healing, redemption, vengeance and retaliation, tears of both love and joy, and it all takes place in a crude and realistic environment. Shall we call it the other side of the coin?
In conclusion, the production and arrangements have been well made and worked. The stories and pretty much everything we hear in this album make it entertaining and easy to listen to, but for many hard to swallow. This is, in short, not your average hip hop record from today.
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