The Stop

"I spit that uptown-body-rock-rolley-hop, and will a nigga ever shut me down? prolly not. Cause ever since I was a young lad I crushed emcees, kickin' ass takin' names at the trolley stop."

- Jay Electronica

Saturday, August 23, 2008

City Lights are always extremely bright

Nicolay (of Foreign Exchange) - City Lights Vol. 1.5

1. Theme From "city Lights"
2. Intro
3. Fantastic
4. Light It Up
5. City Sounds
6. Indian Summer
7. So Far
8. Band Practice
9. Hey!
10. Dy-No-Mite
11. Memory Lane
12. Sunshine Life
13. The Sopranos
14. We Can Fly
15. Theme From "city Lights" (Bonus)
16. Springtime In The City (Bonus)
17. On Ice (Bonus)
18. There's No Guarantee (Bonus)
19. Victory (Bonus)
20. "city Lights" (Reprise) (Bonus)

Ahhh, Nicolay....Nicolay....where do I start? I'd like to start out by saying that Nicolay is one of the best Dutch artists out there, along with Arts The Beatsdoctor, Skiggy Rapz, Pete Philly, and Perquisite. This is the type of music you listen to on a rainy night while driving through the city. If you can't imagine how great that would sound, then you need to get this and try it for yourself. That pretty much describes this entire instrumental album, chill beats created for your listening pleasure.

Get It!

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