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by - written on 26/11/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
After being totally hooked by his first two releases I need you tonight (feat Ed Drewitt) and Just be good to Green( feat Lilly Allen), I was totally looking forward to the release of the album Alive till Im Dead and I have got to say what a good album.Professor Green's clever lyrics and quite upbeat music really connect and thus brought out a brilliant debut album. The album begins with Kids That Love To Dance ( feat Emeli Sande) really starts the album off to what we were used to with I need you tonight and Just be good to green, it's faced paced and lyrically friendly and starts fans off really anticipating the rest of the album. Then is followed by the two ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
While it may be no surprise that another Eminem-inspired rapper has immerged, having an MC follow the same course as a successful battle rapper-turned-recording artist is. After a strong run in the underdeveloped British battling scene, Professor Green's attention soon turned to making real money out of his talent as a lyricist. While he may have had a number of false starts by getting signed to The Streets' label and recording little more than a couple of EPs, all changed for him in 2010 as he released a pair of smash hits and followed this up with "Alive Till I'm Dead": his début album. While he may have done a lot with successful sample-driven ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/12 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Alive Till I'm Dead was British rap artist Professor Green's first album and was released in 2010. Professor Green is a rapper from Hackney and his music has a really cool and Rap/Rock/Garage sound to it and it he is one of the better British rappers in my opinion. Track Listing The track listing for this album is as follows: 1. KIDS THAT LOVE TO DANCE (FEAT. EMELI SANDE) 2. JUST BE GOOD TO GREEN (FEAT. LILY ALLEN) 3. I NEED YOU TONIGHT (FEAT. ED DREWETT) 4. CITY OF GOLD 5. OH MY GOD (FEAT. LABRINTH) 6. JUNGLE (FEAT. MAVERICK SABRE) 7. DO FOR YOU 8. FALLING DOWN 9. MONSTER (FEAT. EXAMPLE) 10. CLOSING THE ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/11, updated on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Introduction Stephen Manderson aka Professor Green is an English rapper born in 1983 in Hackney, London.. Alive till I'm dead is his debut album which was originally released in 2010 and has some key features from Lily Allen, Emeli Sandé, Fink, Labrinth and Example. The album has achieved pretty decent success and debuted at number 2 in the UK album charts. This album has also produced a few hit singles. The album has a total of 12 tracks which are listed below. Tracklisting 1.Kids That Love To Dance (feat. Emeli Sandé) 2..Just Be Good To Green (feat. Lily Allen) 3.I Need You Tonight (feat. Ed Drewett) 4.City Of Gold 5.Oh My ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Lauded as a match for Mike Skinner it is safe to say that in my opinion that over inflates his ability as a rapper and while this album has a couple of passable tracks on it the rest of the album is rather so so and it did not last long on my play list before being consigned to gather dust in a cd storage box. Just be Good to Green was the track that sort of hooked me into this album, a duet with Lily Allen it had a nice feel to it and the two lyrical styles of Allen and Green worked well together however after a number of listens even that song began to grate on me. One track I do like is Monster which features Example, this is a powerful anthem ... Read the complete review
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