MP3 D-Side - Untitled... Just Listen
Komplettes MP3 Album von D-Side
Angegebene Spieldauer: 73:04
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: A concoction of dark seductive vibes, well-blended with the nightlife, sexuality, and thug mentality, iced over with a wide variety of unique production styles.
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This is the highly anticipated resurrection album from
D-Side. After seven years of silence he returns with a bang. In 1998 he brought you "398" Welcome To The Darkside. Now after a long period of hibernation, he returns with his a latest masterpeice, D-Side: Untitled... Just Listen. This album is hot enough to melt the polar caps and boil the seven seas. The production is unique in it’s style, while the lyrics are well-written and delivered with precision. This album shows just how much a true artist can evolve with time.
On this eighteen track journey through the darkside, D-Side continues to expose his dark thuggish persona with songs like "Nature", "Slugs Gonna Hit Cha", and "Swang On A Nigga". He then expresses his struggles in life with "Too Many Years", "Far From Grace", and "The Pages Of My Life".
He didn’t forget about the ladies with this project by far. This album is well-endowed with lyrical extacy. The hit, "Southern Breeze", is laced with live guitars and female vocals that give a smooth vibe, demanding to be played while driving west bound on the highway, just as the sun is setting. Other female favorites include the up-beat "Tattoos & Tittys", the Hindi inspired "Taboo Oasis", and the dark sensual sounds of "Gothic Erotica".
Then after fifteen years of rapping, he finally steps out of the moonlight and into the club with songs like, "Move Around", "The Next Show", and the hooker’s anthem, "Keep Em Cummin". So plug in like the girl on the album cover and feel the burning sensation, because this project has something for everyone. This album is an evolution for independant music, and a must have for your CD collection, but keep an eye on your copy... because even your own grandmother just might steal it.