Tagged with 'Follow Me Home'

Tap Milwaukee Praises ‘Follow Me Home’

Published: August 7, 2011 in Jay Rock
Jay Rock’s Strange Music debut, Follow Me Home, is standing tall as one of the strongest releases this summer.  Cementing his spot as one of the best MCs coming from the West Coast, Jay Rock shaped Follow Me Home like a true classic.  Tap Milwaukee has published a brand new review that credits Jay Rock ...Read more.

M.O.N.E.Y. [Song]

Published: August 5, 2011 in Jay Rock
“For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs.” – 1 Timothy 6:10 The soul-stirring “M.O.N.E.Y.” serves as a lyrical and thematic highlight for Jay Rock’s debut album Follow Me Home. Another track produced with ...Read more.

‘Bout That’ [Song]

Published: August 4, 2011 in Jay Rock
Launching into war, Jay Rock blasts all enemies on “Bout That” from Follow Me Home.  Produced by Focus, the charged up production marches forward with heavy rolling percussion and even deeper synths.  Like other West Coast bangers, the dark vibes strike a certain emotion that can only be described as ...Read more.

‘They Be On It’ [Song]

Published: August 2, 2011 in Jay Rock
With a Southern edge, “They Be On It” booms out of Follow Me Home over a slowed down production that takes its mean sound from pianos and distorted organs.  As one of the few tracks on Follow Me Home to not be distinctly West Coast in origin, “They Be On It” gives Jay Rock room ...Read more.

‘Just Like Me’ [Song]

Published: August 1, 2011 in Jay Rock
One of the most eye opening moments on Follow Me Home comes offered in the form of “Just Like Me”.  Playing the roles of victim and criminal, Jay Rock takes listeners into the world of drugs, violence, and personal loss.  Emotions run high as Jay Rock flows over a Terrace Martin production with J. Black ...Read more.

SoulCulture Reviews ‘Follow Me Home’

Published: July 30, 2011 in Jay Rock
The release of Jay Rock’s Follow Me Home has stirred hip hop’s slumbering interest in hardcore West Coast anthems.  Fueled by Jay Rock’s hardened and unforgiving attitude, the album has everyone looking to Jay as the next big star of gangsta rap.  SoulCulture.co published a full review of Follow Me Home just hours after its ...Read more.


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