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Third Power

by DJ Drama

Third Power by DJ Drama

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Third Power

by DJ Drama

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Label: eOne Music
DJ Drama's third official "album" -- not including the dozens of mixtapes he's produced over the years -- follows the usual script for DJ-helmed, pick-a-rap-style compilations. The best tracks, like Young Jeezy and Freddie Gibbs' "Rough" and Young Chris, Meek Mill and Freeway's "Lay Low," lives up to the Atlanta DJ's Gangsta Grillz ideal for thugged-out dirty South anthems. With its Roscoe Dash hook, "Oh My" satisfies the urban pop clubs; but another attempt at crossover love, Wale and Talia Coles' "Never See You Again," sounds strangely out of place.

About This Album

DJ Drama's third official "album" -- not including the dozens of mixtapes he's produced over the years -- follows the usual script for DJ-helmed, pick-a-rap-style compilations. The best tracks, like Young Jeezy and Freddie Gibbs' "Rough" and Young Chris, Meek Mill and Freeway's "Lay Low," lives up to the Atlanta DJ's Gangsta Grillz ideal for thugged-out dirty South anthems. With its Roscoe Dash hook, "Oh My" satisfies the urban pop clubs; but another attempt at crossover love, Wale and Talia Coles' "Never See You Again," sounds strangely out of place.

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About This Album

DJ Drama's third official "album" -- not including the dozens of mixtapes he's produced over the years -- follows the usual script for DJ-helmed, pick-a-rap-style compilations. The best tracks, like Young Jeezy and Freddie Gibbs' "Rough" and Young Chris, Meek Mill and Freeway's "Lay Low," lives up to the Atlanta DJ's Gangsta Grillz ideal for thugged-out dirty South anthems. With its Roscoe Dash hook, "Oh My" satisfies the urban pop clubs; but another attempt at crossover love, Wale and Talia Coles' "Never See You Again," sounds strangely out of place.