Waste Management - Trash Talk

Published Tuesday 26th July 2005
Waste Management - Trash Talk
Waste Management - Trash Talk

STYLE: Hip-Hop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 12981-2636
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1

Reviewed by David Bain

A promising debut for new boys, ill-Day and Meccanism. This is a collection of strong hip-hop tunes with enough weight behind them to carry onto the clubs. Joined by more than a few guest emcees and scratch DJs, Waste Management seems a bit outnumbered at points. And with only nine tracks, this is more of a taster than a full-blown release. But there are some real gems on here. Standing out is "Mixed Emotions" with its perfect blend of rap and body-shakin' grooves. Also "He Is" with a cheeky vocal sample riding behind big proclamations of how great God is. Impressively the album ends with three Reggaeton style tracks; Reggaeton being a happy blend of dancehall reggae and Latin sounds. The lyrics are delivered in Spanish, half-sung, half-rapped. A nice first outing, but left me hanging and wanting more. Worth investing in, as I'm sure greatness is just around the corner.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Intro [Listen]
2. Mixed Emotions Featuring Braille [Listen]
3. Fists Up Featuring Bobby Bishop [Listen]
4. Waste Management [Listen]
5. Lynn's Finest Featuring Bobby Bishop [Listen]
6. Motivation Featuring Deabeat [Listen]
7. He Is Featuring Bobby Bishop [Listen]
8. Fui Yo Featuring Rafito [Listen]
9. Que Loque Pasa [Listen]
10. Necestio [Listen]

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Reader Comments

Posted by Nydia Silva in Stamford @ 15:59 on Jun 29 2007

I love this Cd. Ill-Day and Bobby are off da hook!



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