Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Review #1,549: Triple Trey "333"

Reviewed on 9.27.2016 (Review #1,549)

I’m half-asleep, but I’ll try and get this 3rd review in before I fall asleep… Triple Trey 333 iz my next review, released in 1995 on Triple Trey Records & was produced by Muisc & Felton Langlois. Triple Trey Family iz G-Mac, Suicide, Lil’ Mike, Lil’ Mo, Will, Lil’ Head, J-Real, Lil’ D & Ro-Handle. Start Time: 10:56 PM | End Time: 11:08 PM

Disclaimer: I rate each song from 1.0 – 5.0; each rating iz my own opinion! I only please myself wit my ratings! I don’t care how lyrical you are, as long as it’s jammin’ enough for me to like it! I look for beats, then vocals, and then lyrics. To determine my favorites, I will differ tha 4.0 ratings. If a song gets at least a 4.0 rating from me, I love it already. If at least a 4.6 rating, I pretty much really love it, as it’s considered mindblowin’ when I hear it! Any song can earn up to a maximum of a 5.0 rating. Anything I type before “ >>> “ iz what I’m sayin’ before I listen to tha song; anything after I type “ >>> “ iz what I think of tha song while I’m listening to it. If you sound like anything too mainstream for me, have auto-tune in your vocals, or talk about nothin’ but money and hoes (which I consider ‘typical’ topics), I’m not buyin’ it!

© 2016 CD Review (Review #1,549) reviewed on 9.27.2016 by FrankieThaLuckyDog.

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01. “No Love”
>>> Nice beat, as it’s dark and undaground. Hearin’ tha 1st verse and it almost sounds a lil’ randomly-rapped, at first, but it’s nice ta hear fa tha streetz! Tha 2nd dude sounds nice ta hear, too… Hearin’ tha hook and it’s just tha title, repeatin’, like, once or twice…; nice… Hearin’ tha 3rd dude and it’s nice, too… Hearin’ tha 4th dude and it’s nice ta hear, fa dat dark, undaground rap, as well! Hearin’ tha 5th dude on this and it’s soundin’ great ta hear, too… My Rating: 4.3

02. “9th Ward Danger Zone”
>>> Beat sounds cool; nice lil’ dark vibe, here… Hearin’ tha 1st dude and it’s a lil’ bit of a head-shake vibe, at times… You gotta get inta this undaground shit ta appreciate it… Tha hook sounds pretty nice; what else can I say…? Hearin’ tha 2nd verse and it has a consistent vibe to it; diggin’ tha rhymes! Now, we got tha 3rd verse, here, and tha rhymes continue ta be consistent, on a gangsta level! My Rating: 4.2

½time: A 4.3-rated release, so far; diggin’ tha dark beats and consistent, gangsta-soundin’ verses!

03. “No Love (Radio)”
See #1 fa tha review!

04. “This Ain’t Livin’”
>>> A lil’ slower of a vibe, compared to tha previous tracks, but still dark… Hearin’ tha 1st verse and it’s a good story about y’all comin’ up… Tha hook ain’t bad; real shit bein’ spit with some singin’ vocals in tha background… Hearin’ tha 2nd verse and it’s nice, too; props for tha rhymes. Tha 3rd verse ain’t too bad; some of it sounds a lil’ off-beat, at times, but it ain’t bad… A 4th verse, here, comin’ through, deliverin’ them rhymes fa da “dangazone;” good shit. My Rating: 4.0

Overall: Great job wit tha tracks, guys; y’all did a great job! It’s all about tha dark, spittin’ dat gangsta shit and tellin’ y’all story in an undaground, Louisiana way!


03.       “This Ain’t Livin’” 4.0
02.       “9th Ward Danger Zone” 4.3
01.   “No Love” 4.3

Average CD Rating Review:

Total Score:                      12.6
Total Songs:                      / 03
Average CD Rating: 4.2 (automatically a 5-star-rated CD)

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