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Chemically Imbalanced

by Ying Yang Twins

Chemically Imbalanced by Ying Yang Twins

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Chemically Imbalanced

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Label: TVT Records
On their fifth album, the Ying Yang Twins bark and growl their way through several dark, dirty tracks only a diehard fan could love before diving into a set of the hook-happy tunes they've become famous for. There's nothing as booty-shakingly bombastic as "Salt Shaker" or as novel as "Wait" here, but "Maneater"-biting "Dangerous" (driven by Wyclef Jean's tricked-out vibrato), "Leave" (in which the industry's hardest twurking artists implore a buddy to leave his stripper girlfriend, ironically) and especially the dancefloor-drunk "Friday" all have party potential.

About This Album

On their fifth album, the Ying Yang Twins bark and growl their way through several dark, dirty tracks only a diehard fan could love before diving into a set of the hook-happy tunes they've become famous for. There's nothing as booty-shakingly bombastic as "Salt Shaker" or as novel as "Wait" here, but "Maneater"-biting "Dangerous" (driven by Wyclef Jean's tricked-out vibrato), "Leave" (in which the industry's hardest twurking artists implore a buddy to leave his stripper girlfriend, ironically) and especially the dancefloor-drunk "Friday" all have party potential.

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About This Album

On their fifth album, the Ying Yang Twins bark and growl their way through several dark, dirty tracks only a diehard fan could love before diving into a set of the hook-happy tunes they've become famous for. There's nothing as booty-shakingly bombastic as "Salt Shaker" or as novel as "Wait" here, but "Maneater"-biting "Dangerous" (driven by Wyclef Jean's tricked-out vibrato), "Leave" (in which the industry's hardest twurking artists implore a buddy to leave his stripper girlfriend, ironically) and especially the dancefloor-drunk "Friday" all have party potential.