SoE's TOP HIP HOP SINGLES


Haters Promo Photo Shane Eli - “Haters”

“Love Eli's fast to draggy delivery. His voice kept up with the beat and together they made a great balanced combination. That hook is horrible. Kudos to you Eli for registering on DJ Booth commenting constructively on your track and taking criticism extremely well. Still new to the site myself but I haven't seen an artist do this. Impressive and Intriguing..”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 21, 2010
Trey Songz Trey Songz - “In Ya Phone (Remix) ft. Fabolous”

“Fab definitely makes this song a banger. His mop and glo reference was ridiculous and recognizes this himself. Always creative and inventive ( especially with work that was done with the ending if his verse) he always adds a nice compliment to Trey. Seems like Trey is found the right wave with Ready, he's really done well with it.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 14, 2010
Fabolous Fabolous - “In Ya Phone (Remix) ft. Fabolous”

“Fab definitely makes this song a banger. His mop and glo reference was ridiculous and recognizes this himself. Always creative and inventive ( especially with work that was done with the ending if his verse) he always adds a nice compliment to Trey. Seems like Trey is found the right wave with Ready, he's really done well with it.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 14, 2010
Brandon Hines Brandon Hines - “Find You ft. Ryan Leslie”

“I am such a fan of R&B featuring other R&B artists but not to so much the R&B turned rapper artists. Brandon really owns this track. Singing from his heart this track a smart selection for a promo single. I really did enjoy the song, it's a nice bath time listen. Ryan the producer, Ryan the singer, now Ryan the rapper...I frankly could have done without the latter. I think Brandon's voice is powerful enough to carry a song by himself. And I think the song could have done without the insecure pretty girl comment.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 11, 2010
Ryan Leslie Ryan Leslie - “Find You ft. Ryan Leslie”

“I am such a fan of R&B featuring other R&B artists but not to so much the R&B turned rapper artists. Brandon really owns this track. Singing from his heart this track a smart selection for a promo single. I really did enjoy the song, it's a nice bath time listen. Ryan the producer, Ryan the singer, now Ryan the rapper...I frankly could have done without the latter. I think Brandon's voice is powerful enough to carry a song by himself. And I think the song could have done without the insecure pretty girl comment.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 11, 2010
The Mad Violinist The Mad Violinist - “Kiss the Sky”

“Simply awe-inspiring. Flautist by instruction but always have been a grand admirer of the violin. I think the piece would be better with no lyrics at all. Much like Matthew's review I think there are just some things that words hinder the full potential of and this is one of them. The beauty of art is that it transforms into something different for everyone. What instruments allow that lyrical music does not is to simply judge the execution of sound and the emotion it invokes. My favorite part of this piece is the keyboard sounds right in the middle. High in pitch and beautifully produced it reminds me heavily of my first instrumental love.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 09, 2010
The-Dream The-Dream - “Love King (Remix)”

“When a song is remixed such as this one, it allows listeners to become fans of a song they didn't like originally. I am not the fan of Love King but I am a fan of the Luda Remix. I enjoy Luda so much and am delighted that he is a consistent presence in mainstream. Luda does sexual songs so well and this remix is further proof of that. Dream delivers a better performance on this remix in comparison to the original. Only thing I would alter is the chorus - I know its a remix...everything screams remix so please be more creative in your hook and not repetitively tell me it's a remix.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 05, 2010
Ludacris Ludacris - “Love King (Remix)”

“When a song is remixed such as this one, it allows listeners to become fans of a song they didn't like originally. I am not the fan of Love King but I am a fan of the Luda Remix. I enjoy Luda so much and am delighted that he is a consistent presence in mainstream. Luda does sexual songs so well and this remix is further proof of that. Dream delivers a better performance on this remix in comparison to the original. Only thing I would alter is the chorus - I know its a remix...everything screams remix so please be more creative in your hook and not repetitively tell me it's a remix.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 05, 2010
T-Pain T-Pain - “Save You”

“I'll take this song to Reverse Cowgirl any day!! Pain is humorous at his attempt to be sensual. I can't relate too much to the struggling stripper lifestyle but I appreciate T-Pain targeting an audience that is degraded by Hip-Hop and American Society. In my opinion you can't take this song too seriously; "Smelly Fat Dudes" is proof of that. Only T-Pain can pull this off and he does so very well”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
One Chance One Chance - “Save You”

“I'll take this song to Reverse Cowgirl any day!! Pain is humorous at his attempt to be sensual. I can't relate too much to the struggling stripper lifestyle but I appreciate T-Pain targeting an audience that is degraded by Hip-Hop and American Society. In my opinion you can't take this song too seriously; "Smelly Fat Dudes" is proof of that. Only T-Pain can pull this off and he does so very well”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Kid CuDi Kid CuDi - “Make Her Say ft. Kanye West & Common - ”

“What a cleaver sample of Lady Gaga. A-Trak turns this Pop icon into a perfect Hip-Hop contributor. The production is the highlight of this track. All artists deliver their talented skills impressively. My favorite out of the three was Common. "B*tch you should do it for the Love like Ray J." Classic! The turnable scratches and Gaga's piece at the end over the beat solidify the song for me. Hip-Hop being so versatile as it is, Cudi finds a way to freshen up the fun of Hip-Hop blending pop with Hip-Hop in a non nauseating way.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Lady Gaga Lady Gaga - “Make Her Say ft. Kanye West & Common - ”

“What a cleaver sample of Lady Gaga. A-Trak turns this Pop icon into a perfect Hip-Hop contributor. The production is the highlight of this track. All artists deliver their talented skills impressively. My favorite out of the three was Common. "B*tch you should do it for the Love like Ray J." Classic! The turnable scratches and Gaga's piece at the end over the beat solidify the song for me. Hip-Hop being so versatile as it is, Cudi finds a way to freshen up the fun of Hip-Hop blending pop with Hip-Hop in a non nauseating way.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Kanye West Kanye West - “Make Her Say ft. Kanye West & Common - ”

“What a cleaver sample of Lady Gaga. A-Trak turns this Pop icon into a perfect Hip-Hop contributor. The production is the highlight of this track. All artists deliver their talented skills impressively. My favorite out of the three was Common. "B*tch you should do it for the Love like Ray J." Classic! The turnable scratches and Gaga's piece at the end over the beat solidify the song for me. Hip-Hop being so versatile as it is, Cudi finds a way to freshen up the fun of Hip-Hop blending pop with Hip-Hop in a non nauseating way.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Common Common - “Make Her Say ft. Kanye West & Common - ”

“What a cleaver sample of Lady Gaga. A-Trak turns this Pop icon into a perfect Hip-Hop contributor. The production is the highlight of this track. All artists deliver their talented skills impressively. My favorite out of the three was Common. "B*tch you should do it for the Love like Ray J." Classic! The turnable scratches and Gaga's piece at the end over the beat solidify the song for me. Hip-Hop being so versatile as it is, Cudi finds a way to freshen up the fun of Hip-Hop blending pop with Hip-Hop in a non nauseating way.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010
Novel Novel - “I Can Be President ft. Joell Ortiz”

“"They wouldn't give us 40 acres so We conquered 50 states." Great usage of Obama samples. Great Hook. Great Verses from both Novel and Joell. This song supports the inspiration of the time and still resonates well over a year again. The production was never too much and the verses and the samples were evened out nicely. Joell and Novel are quite the dynamic two man team.”

SoE's Rating:                     Posted on May 04, 2010

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