DJ AV's TOP ALBUMS
French Montana - “Excuse My French”
“Expectations for this album were low. I don't listen to French for any real lyrical content. Fact is nobody should. He is a better rapper than Birdman though... That shit aside, my review is of the album as a whole not of the rapper. There's no denying this dude is a version of DJ Khaled minus the screaming (Less annoying in my opinion). The production is crazy good and almost every track in on point in this aspect. The features are bomb and makes almost every track worth the listen. He even managed to get my attention on "Ain't worried bout nothin" and thats saying some. Again, no real lyrical content but it is catchy and gets your head bobbing so for that I will be playing it for a while. 4.5 Stars for the album as a whole (Features, Production, and Banger potential for parties and clubs)”DJ AV's Rating: Posted on May 22, 2013
Tyga - “Hotel California”
“Sometimes I want a good lyrical album to listen to, sometimes I just want to listen to some mindless head-bobbing music with some good beats. Tyga delivers for the second one. Not the best album lyrically but it's a fun (although repetitive) album. As for this site... Is it just me or have they been lagging it on reviews? Used to be that they had the review early on release day or even a few days early altogether. ”DJ AV's Rating: Posted on May 21, 2013
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