CJ Emulous - The End

Published Tuesday 20th May 2014
CJ Emulous - The End
CJ Emulous - The End

STYLE: Hip-Hop
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 137082-20432
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album

Reviewed by James Moss

CJ Solomon was raised in Vallejo, California, a town known mostly for its gang culture and drug dealing. He came from a church background but strayed away into a bad lifestyle but while in prison he began to study the Bible and came to Christ. Now, as CJ Emulous, he releases his second album. "Unconditional" featuring Zee has the rapper expressing the love of God over a modernised trap beat ("Call me what you want/As long as you call me the son of God") while "Get Active" has an old school clapping beat which switches to trap half way through. "What It Feels Like" is a soft mellow groove on which CJ shows he's representing Jesus Christ ("Live, for him I'm for him/Hope you know it's shotgun when I ride for him"). This is an excellent album which speaks of powerful transformation.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. LaLaLa [Listen]
2. Unconditional Ftg Zee [Listen]
3. Get Active [Listen]
4. CJ Soup [Listen]
5. What It Feels Like [Listen]
6. Where Is Mercy Ftg Psalm Bird [Listen]
7. Jesus Anthem [Listen]
8. Just To Hit It Ftg Rilla [Listen]
9. Used To Love You Ftg Rev Rich [Listen]
10. Not The End Of The World [Listen]
11. Call It Ftg Illuminate, Casper, Arise [Listen]
12. Boomerang [Listen]
13. War Cry Tunt Up (Drumix) [Listen]

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