Driving with the Play Boys
Wu-Tang is once again making nice and holding hands with some of todayâ€šÃ„Ã´s hottest rappers. Wu- Tang, Iron Flag is rough, raw, flavored like lemon ice, a little sweet, icey, and a bit bitter, the perfect blend of ingredients for a fine-tasting album.Track two, The Rules is full of head-bopping beats and bits of piano playing and guitar stringing music. Itâ€šÃ„Ã´s a hard-ass track, sure to make you feel powerful and in charge. Iâ€šÃ„Ã´d say its hot driving music, chillen with your boys, or girls rockin with the top back.
ame In track four, Soul Power, a rattling creeps in and is quickly complimented by artists Coles, Diggs, Hawkins, Hunter, Smith, Turner, and Woods. They battle back and forth advertising independence, self-respect, and living large. A definite theme of power illuminates from track to track and rages with the classicism of crazy, scattered jazz. I like the mix of jazz, old-school rap pulsations, and futuristic buzzing.
Itâ€šÃ„Ã´s creates a chill sound, nothing to get to excited over, but a little something to play to and relax with, itâ€šÃ„Ã´s not in-your-face rap, but more poetic. All rap can be considered dramatic, but Wu Tang, Iron Flag, unfolds into a story. A story all your own.
Art is for the people; rap for the open minds.