Some of the tracks on this album are really worth flipping on your next “outing.” Good, forward, party rap, completely missed by from the looks of it. Too bad, because Atlanta-based FatKidsBrotha deserve their audience, and I honestly believe they’ll get there. Check this video if you don’t see it already.
Give it just one more solid release maybe? And follow a little more subtle, refined maturity, and these dudes will blow up. You heard it here first, don’t take my word for it, though. The last track on the album, Queso, should be on the radio. It’s a bloddy injustice.
Eastside Paradise is about a genuine as you could hope to get with this flavour of rap. Gettin’s good.