Tuesday, November 18, 2008

REVIEW: King of the Decks - DJ Revolution

DJ Revolution's new album called 'King of the Decks' is a breath of fresh air in the era of the 'Crank That' and 'Lollipop' rap.  In his new album DJ Revolution has compiled an all-star list of artists to be featured on his album.  Some notable apperances are from KRS-One, Joell Ortiz, Royce da 5'9'' and Planet Asia.  The album contains twenty-four tracks and every track is a banger.  The album brings a dozen or so like minded MCs & DJs together onto one disc to create the ultimate jam.  It's like a custom burnt CD of all your favorite tracks.  It's not like your typical DJ album either.  DJ Khaled looks like a fool compared to DJ Revolution. The albums overall is one of the rawest and hardest hitting albums this year.

Best Song: The DJ (feat. KRS-One) - It could be one of the rawest tracks I have heard in my entire life.  KRS-One slams new artists and DJs and takes listeners to MC school.

BEATS: 10/10 LYRICS: 9/10 OVERALL RATING: 9.5/10

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