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  • Feb 22, 2012
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Public Enemiez

A little listening music while you read


This was Daz’s 11th studio album I believe and was produced by Daz himself. He named the album “Public Enemiez” after the Johnny Depp film of the same name. He planned on releasing the album the same day of the film release but would eventually release it a bit later.

1.YOU LET ME DOWN-a wonderful start to the album with Daz letting loose on this track with the soulful Latoiya Williams on the hook. The beat is absolutely great and Daz sounds excellent over this track and Latoiya is great as usual. Excellent opening track that would make a great single in my opinion.

2.TELL ME WHAT YOU GOT-probably one of Daz's best songs ever because it is about his history on Death Row Records. Each verse is excellent explaining how he came up with Death Row, Pac, Suge, and of course the fall out with them. All this over an excellent beat that sounds as epic as the story, has a nice video for this song.

3.LIFE STAGEZ-this song sounds like part 2 of "I Got Dat Fire" from one of his previous albums called “DPGC: U Know What I’m Throwin Up”. This one is kind of another song about his history and what he has gone through and what he does. Daz lays it all down with a great flow over a nice soulful sounding instrumental, great track.

4.NUTHINZ GONNA STOP ME-another old school sounding track like the previous one with a cool sounding beat. Los sounds good on the hook with Daz doing a bit of the screwed sound. This is another great track with Daz letting you know about his self, good song.

5.2ND TO NONE-this is an excellent song Daz made about his mother and how he feels about her. Daz of course pours his heart into this one and talks about what she has done for him. The beat is great as usual and fits into that old school soulful feel like the last couple of tracks. Another great song by Daz about his mother, how could this not be five.

6.TEAR DROPS-now this is what I am talking about, what a great song. Daz does his thing on this track once again with a deeper type song. The production on this track is amazing and is one of the best tracks on this album. The hook is a bit repetitive but Daz’s verses make up for it.

7.IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD-this is one of the songs that have a video for it so I guess it is a single, good song. This one reminds me of other Daz tracks like it would have been at home on one of his other albums. Daz talking about his area and things that happen in it with Los on the hook alongside some kids singing a little. This is a good track with a video on the tube of you, another good beat. This kinda has that old Death Row sound to it.

8.MUNCHIEZ4 YA LOVE-this track is obviously about being high on love with Daz killing the track about his lady. Nicole Wray sounds excellent on this track singing on the chorus alongside Daz Dilly. This could make a good single as it has a great instrumental for both to do their thing over.

9.MY #1 GIRL-this could make another great single for this album, to be honest this whole album could have a video for each song. The beat for this song is excellent and kinda different but Daz sounds excellent on this track over it. Los does his thing on this track as well returning for the third time on the album.

10.THE BADDEST-Chris Starr helps Daz out on this one sounding good on the hook. Daz does his thing on here once again talking about his favorite girl like the last couple of tracks. The production on this track is excellent on here and kind of makes me think of a casino for some reason, or maybe that one level on “Sonic 2”. Any way another good song that is great on this album.

11.MEET ME AT THE STRIP CLUB-now in this day and age this could be one of the biggest hits out there. These types of songs are what run the air waves and Daz definitely does his thing on this one. The beat for this one is off the hook ready for the clubs full of base and such. Could have a nice video full of the ladies. Now for the most part this could have been on his “Gangsta Crunk” album, and it is a bit of your average club stuff. But that is why it would do well I think.

12.PUBLIC ENEMIEZ-the closing track is also the title track and is an excellent choice to end the album on. This track returns Daz to the more hardcore style he is known for, even mentions a movie deal. Daz kills this track and sounds great over this excellent production, this is one of the best tracks on the album, love the guitar on here.

This is one of Daz's best albums ever without a doubt as each song is good, it even has a  classic or  two on here. I would highly recommend buying this now and turning it up while you are riding, excellent album.

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February 24, 2012
Man, you're killing it on these reviews and I'm loving them. I haven't checked this one out, so I'm going to have to YouTube some of these. Another post for the Facebook page ;p
February 24, 2012
Thanks, you should check this out for sure.
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Quick Tip by . February 22, 2012
This is one of Daz's best albums ever without a doubt as each song is good, it even has a classic or two on here. I would highly recommend buying this now and turning it up while you are riding, excellent album.
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