The AbSoulJah puts it on for the fam in a track dedicated to the health of French producer/collaborator, Ugly Tony. This is my personal favorite track off of The AbSoulJah’s latest album, Dim The Light. It’s just a personal track that represents the boom bap flavor that both Tony and Ab represent.
Artist: The AbSoulJah
Album: Dim The Light
1. Fork in the Road (Beat by JFX Productions)
2. World Don’t Love ft. Streets Goon & HalfaBrick (Beat by Shaolin Beatmaker)
3. In Motion (Beat by DJ Simsima)
4. Lost in a Moment (Prod. by I.N.C.H)
5. Nighttime Dwelling ft. Spicco (Prod. by DJ Low Cut)
6. The Real Type (Prod. by Soulslicers)
7. No Plans (Beat by NoyZ)
8. Stand Strong (Prod. by Machine Gun Funk)
9. Grand Goon (Beat by H.Lava)
10. The Marriage (Beat by Keko Beats)
11. In My Element
12. Next Life
13. No Serenity (Beat by Keko Beats)
14. How It Is ft. Angry Man (Beat by Manu Beats)
15. Get Well Soon (Beat by Ugly Tony)
I have been waiting and waiting for Ab to drop this album (and I took forever to do the review so I can’t talk much). I will say I have been checking for this release for about two years. I got an unofficial listen last year sometime, and after a lot of prodding I thought the project was just going to be shelved. Needless to say, I am glad that it saw the light of day. In discussing the album with some heads a couple of weeks ago, someone made the comment that they wished this was the type of music that Mobb Deep still made. I concur. The AbSoulJah has made a career of dropping that street realism with wordplay that keeps things continuously interesting. He never gets monotonous and keeps the listener engaged constantly.
This is some newness given the video treatment from The AbSoulJah’s latest album, Dim The Light. The track is smooth with some expert chopping by DJ Safe. The AbSoulJah continues to maintain a high level of musical excellence not only with this song, but also the entire album. I hope to have a review done sooner rather than later. If you like that NY/Boom Bap flavor, I would cop this.
The Absouljah’s new album, Dim The Light, is out now. I have been on the man to release this project for probably about a year now and it finally arrived January 8th. I will have a full review of the project coming soon but meanwhile I wanted to break you off with a single that DJ Low Cut sent me and produced so you can get a feel for the album. If you are feeling this, make sure you cop the project. I feel that The Absouljah has that unique blend of streets tailored in intellect so def worth the price.
The ill combination of The AbSoulJah and Soulslicers are responsible for this track and video right here. These two also happen to be two of the most underrated artists in the game. I have long been a fan of The AbSoulJah’s flow and street-centered lyricism and the Soulslicers had me hooked on their album, Boost Da Soul.
This track will be featured on two projects, The AbSouljah’s new album, Dim The Light and Soulslicers’ Slice Of Life mixtape. The AbSoulJah also put me on ot th efact that he has a Free EP dropping at the end of the year. You are going to want to stay tuned for that.
The AbSoulJah is a personal favorite of mine. I have been listening to his music for about four years and I am excited to hear his new album dropping in a couple of weeks, Dim The Light. This artist just has all the intangibles to be successful. God just gifts whom he pleases type ish…don’t be hurt you didn’t get blessed.