Chevy Woods – Gang Shit Only Review

This is another project about generic gang life without much personal addition from the artist. Chevy woods makes this entertaining enough, but it is not a great release.

The production is good with plenty of energy to move things along, but no backing that particularly breaks out from the rest. Each song has the correct atmosphere for the content but seems formulaic on a full listen through. While some beats may be worth a revisit but that is up to your individual taste.

The lyricism is alright¬†with some clever moments, but mostly focusing on his delivery and subject matter. While there is complex wordplay involved there isn’t enough to say this is a lyrical offering. A little more effort on the rhymes could go a long way.

The features are good as they help break up the monotony of one voice. Each does a good job to flesh out the tracks while showing their own skills. A few more singers would bring a little more depth, but the rappers still do good work.

Overall, this is a bit of a disappointing release from Chevy Woods, but should not be discarded straight away. If you enjoy the type of music that is being pumped out, then this could still be worth a try.

Rae Sremmurd – Sremm Life Review

This is a complete party album with a touch of feelings thrown in for good measure. There are a lot of energetic tracks to get the blood going with the ocassional thought about consequences thrown in for good measure.

The production is good as Mike-Will Made It is behind a lot of it. His signature style plays well with the artists delivery and flow which helps to make each song individually good as well as the project overall. The sounds on each track are signature to Mike-Will made it and help to make this a more focused effort on the production side of things.

The lyricism is not great but with the energy put in and the performance put in, helps to make these good songs. While there is some lyricism present on these tracks, the duo don’t put in too much lyricism to make these tracks appealing. These songs are mostly aimed at the club goers and head bangers and it targets that audience beautifully.

The features are good and help give some extra depth to the album while also showing that Rae Sremmund have some music industry connections. The featured artists give great verses that, in a lyrical sense, show up Rae Sremmurd. However the tracks are very enjoyable to listen to.

Overall, this is a good project for Rae Sremmurd to get their name recognised and to help in the resurgence of duos and groups. With the team around them, and the energy they put into their tracks. they have a chance to go very far in the Hip Hop world.