Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Wait Is Over
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Van Bryant continues the new tradition of socially conscious Southern bass started last year by B-Rock & the Bizz's "My Baby Daddy" by closing the 69 Boyz's The Wait Is Over with a prayer titled "One God, One Judge," in wh... more »
Van Bryant continues the new tradition of socially conscious Southern bass started last year by B-Rock & the Bizz's "My Baby Daddy" by closing the 69 Boyz's The Wait Is Over with a prayer titled "One God, One Judge," in which the rapping and producing mastermind keeps it real by remembering the time one of his cars got repossessed. Even without the song, this album would hardly be standard-issue boom music; the first song, "Roll Wit It," incorporates a syncopated Latin guitar lick into the expected chanting and whistle-blowing. Bryant also takes the time to show off some polished storytelling skills on "Catch 22," a two-minute masterpiece. The Wait itself is a goodhearted stroke of minor genius, proof that Bryant has hardly run out of ideas. --Rickey Wright
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