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Big Tray Dee - General's List

Compilation album presented by DPG member Tray Dee

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  • May 10, 2013
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First off this is not a solo album from Tray Dee, it's more like a "Big Tray Dee presents" kind of thing. Kinda like Yuk's U.G.A. albums. But any way this is a great album full of great songs and artists, plenty of that West Coast music that we all know and love.

1.INTRO-mac minister dropping game

2.CAN MAKE YOU DANCE-tray dee kicks it off with this bumpin song that's sure to make you..... at least nod your head. To be honest the hook kills it for me, it's ok but it was better with Roger doing it. As far as the verses go u all know Dee rips each and everyone. His flow is amazing and I don't see why he hasn't been given the props he deserves. And the beat by Tony Touch is bangin fo' sho, over all a nice track.

3.FINE-I hate that stupid "ya ba da ba doo" crap Snoop does at the beginning, but other then that this track is cool. Snoop drops his usual flow most know him for, he comes tight on this track. The beat by Meech Wells is way cool, and bumps in the ride, it's kinda bouncy. The thing I like most about this track is the hook, I love it for some reason.

4.QUESTIONZ -12 SINATRA laces the beat for this song, which to me is the biggest highlight of this song. The song all together as a whole is pretty tight, but ICEBERGH sounds like a suga free at times and not an individual. But that doesn't mean he isn't a good rapper because he is just that, a good rapper. He does keep my interest enough for me to jam this on occasion. A nice track, and a good addition to this album, the hook is nice, and for some reason I think I should have heard CONWAY on this beat.

5.IZUWITIT-ah yes the bangin, thumpin first single from the album, and of course it's from Big Tray Dee & FRED WRECK. Fred's beat for this track is perfect for the systems out there, I love it, and I wish I had the instrumental. It has a nice little batman sample {or at least I think that's where I heard that from}. For some reason it reminds me of something Dr.Dre would drop. Of course Dee rips the beat to pieces, as he adapts his flow to fit the beat. I think this was a wise choice for a single, I wish there would have been a video for it.

6.L.A.-DEVASTATING laces this very west coast feeling track, the beat is nice and smooth and reminds me of the west during its mainstream heyday in the 90's. The KF-KLICK take turns riding over this smooth track with ease. Over all a nice smooth track.

7.FINER THANGZZZ-40 GLOCK+ DR.DRE equals a great song, in fact I like it more then their song on 40's solo album { "PAPA LIL SOLDIER"}. This song might have been a nice second single for the album, Dre's beat is bumpin and kinda reminds me of something else I've heard, but can't remember {can someone help me out with that}. Of course 40's flow fits the beat nicely, and he sets it straight for all these fake wannabes out there. Of course the simple hook from L.V. is actually one of the best things about this song. Over all a hot track.

8.THUGZZZ PRAY 2 this track was obviously taking straight from a mixtape from producer of the track DJ SILK. And even if it wasn't taking straight from a mixtape, what was the point of DJ Silk doing his Clue thing at the beginning. The beat is nice and somewhat eerie to a point, the annoying thing about the beat is that every instrument is set to go from left to right, right to left as a special effect. The OUTLAWZ are in the house on this song, which is dedicated to TUPAC. All the verses are nice, and the simple hook serves its purpose, but the beat going all around kills it for me.

9.HARD TIMES PLANET EARTH-a track that features both BAD AZZ and Tray Dee could only mean one thing, a hot track. the beat from SPOP ENTERTAINMENT is really nice, and had my head nodding. And Dee rips each verse proving that he can only drop hot rhymes on any track. the disappointing thing about this track is that Bad is limited only to the hook, I would have loved to hear a verse from him on this track.

10.BIG BALLIN-another track from Tray Dee and Fred Wreck, this one unfortunately pales in comparison to "IZUWITIT". First off the hook is just to plain for me, I can't get into it. And it isn't that Fred's beat is bad, because it is actually nice and smooth. But it isn't up there with "IZUWITIT", to the songs advantage is Tray Dee's verses. Like mentioned before it seems impossible for him to drop a wack verse. In fact the verses from Dee is the high light of this track, and also is that KURUPT in the first couple of seconds of the song, YES it is.

11.SHYNNIN-the hook for this track is probably my favorite thing about this song, as for BORETTA he is an ok rapper, very energetic. He sounds like somebody though, but I can't think of who. The beat is nice, nothing to special, and why does he have to scream that the east coast is the best coast, YEAH RIGHT. Also at 2:46 this song is to short.

12.ENJOY YOURSELF-this track is average at best, BAM does his singing thing on this track, not the best but not the worst. The beat from MANNY is ok, nothing extraordinary. Over all this is an ok track, worth checking out.

13.BLAZIN ENDO-Manny returns to drop the hot beat, along side Bam who drops the hook. The beat is really really nice, better then the previous track. and Bam is doing the dawm thang on the hook, I love the hook. Of course Big Tray Dee rips each verse to shreds. This is definitely one of the better tracks, I jam this one all the time. U can feel Dee's energy threw each verse, over all 1 of the best tracks. Could have been a single.

14.CLAP YO HANDZ-IV LIFE is in the house on this track, definitely a west coast track. 2 COOL, Tray Dee, Bad Azz, & YOUNG BUCK {not of G-Unit fame} each drop some verses. Of course KOKANE is hitting up the hook, and the very west influenced beat is by THE 4TH DIMENTION. This is a thumpin ass song, recommended for the systems.

15.F**CK A SUIT-THA EASTSIDAZ rep on this track with BABY CHICO, and Iceberg. Tray rips the first verse while GOLDIE LOC holds down the hook. Iceberg and Baby Chico do their thang on this track as well, and Manny returns to drop this head nodding beat, definitely a hot instrumental. Over all this is a nice tack, but not one of the best.

16.TEARING SH*T UP-I don't know why but I like this song a lot, maybe because the beat from DJ Silk is way cool. This beat is off the hook, also the hook is tight as hell, that little voice saying "tearing sh*t up" sounds cool. Plus MONEY GREEN and MANISH FLATS hold it down on this track, spittin some game "some niggas drop 10 albums and still po".

17.STREET SWEEPIN-first off the beat from the great BATTLECAT is way way cool, guaranteed to bump in the ride. Cat is a genius with the beats I love all the things going down in the back ground of the beat. Plus Tray Dee kills each verse with a vicious flow that can rival any mc in the game, Dee holds it down as usual on this track. Plus Bam and BIG ROCC do their thang on this track. Over all a hot track.

Over all this is a real nice album, guaranteed to bump in the trunk, recommended to all.

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May 13, 2013
nice work, bud/
May 21, 2013
Thank you
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Quick Tip by . May 10, 2013
First off this is not a solo album from Tray Dee, it's more like a "Big Tray Dee presents" kind of thing. Kinda like Yuk's U.G.A. albums. But any way this is a great album full of great songs and artists, plenty of that West Coast music that we all know and love.
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