This project right here is my new medicine. No lie, I don't think I've been in a better mode than after running this CD back to back a few times. This joint will have your eyes low like you just cop'd a $20 sac but haven't even smoked yet. Truth be told...I hate people; they annoy the hell out of me but I was actually mellowed enough to deal with their bullshit listening to this...props to Dexterity for that.
Cats would never guess that I'm a Culture head but it's true and I'm about to cop some more joints just like it. "Show A Little Love" was my theme music for a good day and a half in my ride. The whole "Truth and Rights" riddim run down was dutch tearing music. "Marijuana" by T.O.K is self-explanatory people this is an anthem of great proportions. The Tear Drop riddim had a little knock to it. Movado on "Lately" was that smooth shit. The Cruising Altitude riddim was the wheel tho, no literally I was whipin' it like I just robbed a bank all while relaxed as hell. I could listen to this section all day man. "High So High" had me rolling for some reason. "It's all about the sess...yes". lol "Let's Get Some High Grade" is my kind of track, straight forward and to the point. I don't think I've ever heard Jah Mason before but he went in on that track. I was in the zone hard when "Over and Over" hit; real mellow vibe.
If you read my reggae reviews, you know I don't know a whole hell of a lot about reggae in general. I know my classics but beyond that, it's all how the music makes me feel. Strictly Vocals 3 is another must have in the Strictly Vocal mixtape series. Do yourself a favor; head over to reggaeplanet.com cop some vocal joints, some classics and $50 sac of some high grade. (2/5/08)