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1. "Goin' Down" (featuring Fabolous, T-Pain and Yo Gotti)
The album starts off great where Fab spits a sick Wu metaphor like "Riding to some Wu Tang while I be lit/ Made me put shoes on the ghost walabee s***", Yo Gotti drops a solid verse as well and T-Pain doesn't come off as annoying.
2. "Never Die" (featuring Jadakiss, Cee Lo Green, Nipsey Hussle and Young Jeezy)
This is the best song on here, a nice introspective track produced by Cardiak. Cee-Lo supplies the hook, while we get introspective verses from Jadakiss, Nipsey Hussle and Jeezy.
3. "My Moment" (featuring 2 Chainz, Meek Mill and Jeremih)
A lot of people think this was the first single but its actually the second. They wating on their big moment. The verses were solid and Jeremih adds a nice hook.
4. "We in This Bitch" (featuring Future, Young Jeezy, T.I. and Ludacris)
The first single Drama released back in February, it had a video as well but it barely got any radio or video play so I doubt a lot of people heard it.
5. "So Many Girls" (featuring Wale, Tyga and Roscoe Dash)
I'm not too big on this one, I feel like I heard this track a million times, but I can see it being a single.
6. "Clouds" (featuring Rick Ross, Miguel, Pusha T and Curren$y)
Smooth joint for the ladies, Miguel kills it on the hook. This song kinda reminds me of Rick Ross "Super High" track but nonetheless its good.
7. "Chocolate Droppa (Skit)" (featuring Kevin Hart)
Kevin Hart skit with his alter ego Chocolate Droppa
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No sense in wasting your time with a track by track explanation.. it doesn't deserve one. There are some bright spots on the album, one being the lead single "My Moment".. some nice guest verses by the re-emerging 2 Chainz and the MMG breakout Meek Mill. T-Minus contributes the best beat on the album in my opinion, reminds me of "I'm On One". Other than that it's just a big cluster. One of those dust collector albums that you spin once and never go back to (just like Drama's previous 3 albums, and every DJ Khaled album).
My advice: save your $10 and go get Skyzoo's "A Dream Deferred" album instead.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this mp3 album due to the artists on it and the price; it was well worth my money and has current songs that are being played on the radio.Published on August 23, 2013 by Ivory G
This was a free download and not a really good one. Mediocre is what comes to mind. What can you expect for free?Published on April 28, 2013 by Heavy Primer
I have free mixtapes better than this, rarely have I found a album where I couldnt find one song I like, but this on pulls it off.Published on January 7, 2013 by Amazon Customer