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Bush

May 12, 2015 | Format: MP3

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Snoop Dogg stated recently that if Rap had not been invented, he would have become a funk/soul singer similar to Rick James. His new Pharrell-produced album "Bush" finds him singing in a gentle croon, right from opening breezy ballad "California Roll" featuring Stevie Wonder on harmonica and harmonies, as well as Pharrell. "This City" is a bouncy eighties sounding groove with a rapped bridge, while "R U A Freak" is more melancholic but with a killer groove and lyrics declaring himself "a squirrel just trying to get a nut" - my favourite track. The funky "Awake" finds him rendering a spoken/sung delivery with some Chic-style guitar.

The brilliant "So Many Pros" continues that eighties groove with a Gap Band vibe, while "Peaches N Cream" features Gap Band member Charlie Wilson (his distinctive vocals actually feature on 4 other tracks) and finds Snoop rapping again. "Edibles" takes the tempo down and features T.I. rapping to the languid groove, while "I Knew That" is a summery groove with a disco vibe. The quirky upbeat "Run Away" features Gwen Stefani. Closing cut "I'm Ya Dogg" is a haunting ballad featuring Kendrick Lamar and Rick Ross (both providing the only other rapping on the album), mellow and soothing.

The album has a retro feel and everything is catchy, a fun party record. Coming on the heels of his Reggae album released as Snoop Lion, Snoop has delivered one of the best R&B albums of the year.
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I'm not a huge Snoop Dogg fan but Bush is a well put together album. Pharrell and Snoop really did their thing and it's an excellent listen from start to finish. Those who are calling this album garbage clearly don't have an ear for feel good laid back music and probably want to hear Snoop gangster rapping like he did in 1992. Well grow up! This is grown folks music and I'm glad Snoop disappointed you because I love this album! Excellent, laid back California grooves perfect to listen to on a drive on a Sunny day or to just kick back and relax to. This is the best album I've heard from Snoop in a long time and I bought it on a whim but I'm glad I got it. It has such a warm, laid back vibe to it. Which is really what Snoop is all about. I like this new sound by him a lot and if he keeps another album like this I'll buy it. Pharrell does an amazing job of taping into that laid back California sound. The album also features many talented guest artists. R&B legend Charlie Wilson does background vocals on several tracks. Stevie Wonder really helps make the opening track on the album, California Roll, to shine. Brent Paschke does a great job on electric guitar on a few songs. I even like Gwen Stefani's vocals on Run Away and Rick Ross and Kendrick Lamar contribute excellent verses on the last track, I'm Ya Dogg, which closes the album out nicely. So this album is definitely a keeper. Standout tracks for me are California Roll, R U A Freak, So Many Pros, Peaches N Cream and I Knew That but like I said all the tracks are solid and it's an album I can listen to from beginning to end without skipping any tracks. Clocking in at a little over 45 minutes it's not a very long album. As I said it only has 10 tracks so I wish it had a few more but it's still a great album and with so many great artists on it, it's pretty much an all star cast and an album I'll be listening to for years to come. A perfect album for this summer with summer beats to match.
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Update: After listening to all songs for a few days I'm really happy to have made the purchase. I really really enjoy the song titled "Awake". Bumping up to 5 stars for creativeness.

Not exactly what I was expecting and releasing 3 songs prior to the full album might have been a mistake. I felt the early released songs were the best in the entire album. While this may fit other people's taste I was looking for some of the old skool snoop or a mashup. Im glad snoop is taking bold moves in moving around because music is an art form and he does a really great job! California rolls is one of my favorite songs.
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This album is a fine example of again, a timeless collaboration between singer, songwriter, producer, and judge on The Voice Pharrell Williams and the unforgettable smooth and silky voice of the legendary rapper, singer, and actor Snoop Dogg. This album is simply just what we need in today's world of music which is saturated by similar sounding tunes. It definitely brings back the talent of the traditional orchestra of the funky guitar, drum line, and soulful synths that has been the backbone of many classic hits and with Pharrell in the captian's chair, you already know the tracks are going to be freaky, silky smooth to groove to. This is an album that is geared more towards living the good life with the chill and smooth sounding beats of Pharrell. A definite solid 4 star album, definitely well worth purchasing. FYI Target chain stores have it for $9 (while supplies last) and here on Amazon plus free prime shipping. Would give it 5 stars if they threw in some horns, and it's missing one key component of the 80's funk tunes and that was the break. But then again it's 2015, the 80's cannot be fully replayed but rather reminisced.

impressions of some my fave tracks:

Track-1 It's a slower tempo about 80bpm with a nice soulful jazzy keyboard synth, rich low end bass and damped mid-low toms, a nice acoustic guitar line and of course, Stevie Wonder working that sweet harmonica.

Track-2 is a track that gives listeners feeling of happiness. I feel like i'm in a place of lights, glamor, and the track gives the listener a sense of belonging. The track starts off with a heavy laser-like synth drum kick, then it quickly transitions into a melody that makes you feel so good like it's your lucky day or something.
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