Casey Veggies - Live and Grow - 2015 Hip Hop Green and Orange 2LP

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19060
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Casey Veggies - Live and Grow


Label:
Epic Records – 88875087081, Sony Music – 88875087081

Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Green & Orange
Country: US
Released:2015
Genre: Hip Hop

Tracklist
A1 I'm The King
A2 Set It Off
A3 Actin' Up
Featuring – Dom Kennedy (2)


B1 Backflip
Featuring – IAmSu, YG (2)
B2 New Face$
B3 Wonderful
Featuring – Ty$


C1 Tied Up
Featuring – Dej Loaf
C2 A Little Time
C3 Life Song
Featuring – BJ The Chicago Kid
C4 Sincerely Casey


D1 Aw Man
D2 RIP
Featuring – Tyler, The Creator
D3 I'm Blessed


Credits
Executive Producer – Casey Jones (10), HIT-BOY
Notes
Limited Edition 2-LP Green And Orange Vinyl
Download Card Included
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode: 888750870810



Veggies is still a technically-skilled rapper, as he proves on Live & Grow. The raps are almost picture perfect, and Veggies appears to be the most confident he has ever been. In fact, the album can be most appropriately summed up by its title. Each and every song is completely different from the next; showing progression and diversity. There is no lasting concept or drawn out message within the 13 tracks, instead, it renders itself as a musical collage of Veggies as an artist.

We literally get every side of Veggies you could possibly imagine. On "New Face$" we get the bar-heavy Veggies that could rap circles around your favorite rapper. On "Tied Up" with Dej Loaf, we get the Veggies that can cater to the females. While on songs like "Backflip" and "Actin Up" we get the Veggies that has no problem creating an easy-going banger to turn up with the homies.

There is a Veggies for everyone. Even the production is all over the map. Everyone from Hit-Boy to Tyler The Creator have beats on this project. Other than the slow Snoop Dogg outro on "Set It Off," the songs cut from one beat to the next gracelessly. Usually, this sporadicness would result in a mess of an LP but it works for Veggies.

The lack of a concept results in a concept of its own. Instead of taking a snapshot of where he is at right now, Veggies takes us all throughout his musical life. It isn't necessarily the lyrics that make this happen but the tones, cadences and style he switches from song to song.
More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP
Label Epic