Credit have to be given to Rachel, who flows with the raps as well as her male siblings. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Introspection Late Night Partying. However, as is often the case in rap, a lot of space is used up with repeating “yeah’s,” “uh-huh’s” and “what’s” over and over. My favorite track, however is “Worship,” a rousing tune that challenges the listener to worship in a different way.
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Credit have to be given to Rachel, who flows with the raps as well as her male siblings.
The Fault Is History by Souljahz on Apple Music
The closing song, “Keep Risin'” is a real tight hip-hop track, serving as a kind of a thank-you song. Vejea Speaks on Racism. While SoulJahz clearly have a lot of variety, the only problem is each song is so different.
When Rachael Washington is offering lead vocals, the band’s sound tends to be reminiscent of Britney Spears, like on “All Around the World. I liked the album overall.
Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. There are also two tracks featuring a slow rap by Vejea dealing with topics like hate and poverty. If you’re into hip-hop and want something fun with a good mix check these guys out. Poor Man Anthony Williams.
SoulJahz, “The Fault is History” Review
My favorite track, however is “Worship,” a rousing tune that challenges the listener to worship in a different way. It’s becoming more widespread to battle secular artists like Eminem, Jay-Z and Puff Daddy or “P Diddy,” depending on the day of the week. Vejea Speaks on Poverty. Same Ol’ Game Anthony Williams. The tune pinnacles with a powerful chorus swirling around sassy vocal improvisations by Rachel Washington, while her brothers, Josh’u and Je’kob, lay down a bevy of impressive raps.
Drinking Hanging Out In Love. The Color Hate Anthony Williams.
The Fault Is History
Beneath the Surface Chris Rodriguez. The disc starts out with a huge bang: The album opens up with a song called “Let Go. Jazz Latin New Age. What the band manages to do on the disc is weave hip-hop, rap, and vocal style in a disc that doesn’t sound forced, hietory flows like a good rhyme.
All Around the Os Chris Rodriguez. However, as is often the case in rap, a lot of space is used up with repeating “yeah’s,” “uh-huh’s” and “what’s” over and over.
About half of the album, six or seven tracks are hip-hop tossed in with some ballads and some poetry for an overall good mix. The album ends with an instrumental version of the song.
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Lyrically, they’re deeper and more challenging than you might expect. All Around the World. This is surprising considering SoulJahz home label is secular label, Warner Bros.