All In A Day's Work - Saigon Reviews
Description:Artist: Saigon / Genre: Hip Hop / Label: Amalgam / Release Date: 2009
Newest Review: ... driven towards the Gangsta Rap side of things. **Four Stars** 4. "My Crew" The beats in this one really don't ... more
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by - written on 12/04/09 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Despite not initially intending to do so, the Brooklyn-raised rapper Saigon constructed (wrote and recorded) his second album in just 24 hours, and so appropriately named the project "All In A Day's Work". With it starting off as a normal studio session, it features the production of only one producer, Statik Selektah, who pushes this 2009 album as something which fits in with what the New York rapper represents. 1. "To Be Told..." (Intro) 2. "So Cruel" To get this thing underway properly you have Statik Selektah coming with come fresh beats which appear to have taking inspiration from the diversity found ... Read the complete review
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