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Old 10-15-2020, 07:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Sa-roc - The Sharecropper’s Daughter


This album is a fresh breath of air considering the toxic stuff coming from major labels. Beats have replay value, and the flows are great. The lyrics are what attracted me to the album. My favorite track from the album is “r(E)volution” because of the lyrics on a nice beat plus the guitar sound. The songs on the album are not extremely radio friendly but still have catchy hooks and flows. Sa-roc seems to blend the flows and lyrics to the beat well. The guest appearances on the album are great picks, with a couple great verses from Black Thought. Styles P on “Rocwell’s America” fits perfect. For a white dude who grew up in a Norman Rocwell type of setting sometimes, it hits harder for me. I think the most radio friendly song on the album is “Goddess Gang”, which dropped a while ago but does not get old. The album seems well put together and genuine with a blunt type of vibe coming from it after listening for the first time. Plus, I just found out about her album titled “Journey of The Starseed” and the Tiktok algorithm keeps telling me I am a starseed, of Pleiadean. The one-word description for this album would be “Powerful”.
The 7 Song Album:
  • Gold Leaf
  • Rockwell’s America Ft. Styles p
  • Goddess Gang
  • The Black Renaissance Ft. Black Thought
  • r(E)volution
  • Lay It Down
  • Forever
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