MED, Blu , Madlib - Bad Neighbor FLAC album
Greetings 2. Serving Ft. Hodgy Beats 3. Peroxide Ft. DJ Romes, Dam-Funk 4. Get Money Ft. Frank Nitt 5. Streets Ft. DJ Romes, Oh No 6. The Stroll Ft.
Bad Neighbor is a collaborative studio album by rappers MED and Blu and producer Madlib. It was released on Bang Ya Head on October 30, 2015.
Read about the album: MED BLU MADLIB – BAD NEIGHBOR. With 100% beats by Madlib, Bad Neighbor is the brainchild of MED, a long time collaborator, and Blu. The album is an exclamation point on the idea that began with The Burgundy EP, expanded to include MF DOOM, Aloe Blacc, Dam Funk, Mayer Hawthorne, Anderson Paak and Hodgy Beats. TRACK LIST 1. Greetings 2. Serving, feat. Peroxide, feat.
Bad Neighbor is the first full length project by MED, Blu and Madlib, released on 30th October 2015 via Bang Ya Head Entertainment. This trio had previously worked together and released two 2013 projects The Burgundy Whip EP and The Buzz EP. Songs like Burgundy Whip and Peroxide were also on the previous projects, so this LP combines these tracks and unreleased material to forge this full length album
MED, Blu (2), Madlib – Bad Neighbor. Genre: Hip Hop. Style: Year: 2015. The album artwork is adapted from Eugene Thurston and Arthur Hawkins' illustration for the 1930 mystery novel "The Invisible Host. Reply Notify me 13 Helpful. Marketplace 82 For Sale from €. 0.
Madlib’s calling card is his ability to spin obscure funk into woozy rap instrumentals. With the lack of precision and attention to mood, they feel out of time and slightly off-kilter, and they fit perfectly with artists like Erykah Badu and Georgia Anne Muldrow. Recently though, it seems the Cali composer has reined himself in a bit: 2014’s Piñata had all the grit you'd expect from Madlib, but it was crisper and recessive, allowing more space for Freddie Gibbs' menacing, in-the-pocket flows. He further restrains his sound on Bad Neighbor, a collaborative LP with rappers .
Artist: Med, Blu and Madlib. Style: Hip Hop. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Hodgy Beats), 03 – Peroxide (feat. AMG), 07 – Knock Knock (feat. MF DOOM), 08 – Mad Neighbor, 09 – The Strip (feat. Paak), 10 – Finer Things (feat. Likewise, Phonte), 11 – Burgundy Whip (feat. Jimetta Rose), 12 – Drive In (feat. Aloe Blacc), 13 – Belly Full (feat. Black Spade), 14 – Birds, 15 – The Buzz (feat.
Their guests effortlessly latch on to the light vibe of the album as Aloe Blacc does his best Charlie Wilson on the so-cool "Drive In," while MF Doom bounces across the '80s-flavored "Knock Knock" and gets at the heart of the middle age b-boy problem with "Fresh new kicks, I would put 'em on, but/Those shoes always hurt.
Blu and MED reign in their flows to match Madlib‘s gait for the most part, but their individual tendencies leaked through at times. On Get Money, it’s actually the guest feature, Frank Nitt who rides the beat the nicest and then it’s Madlib’s brother Oh No on Streets who pulls a Wire-esque perspective flip and spits a vivid verse about a different kind of daily fight living in a rough neighborhood. DOOM appears out of the fog with a short life update on the already released Knock Knock. Overall, after the first few listens of the album, you really can’t put Madlib under one genre. We dare you to try. There isn’t necessarily a point to be made about Bad Neighbor. There isn’t a single storyline with complicated themes being told throughout, copious amounts of drugs and/or money aren’t being exchanged, nor is Pitbull on any of the tracks.
Bad Neighbor does have trouble taking off at the start. Both Serving and Peroxide have their issues