Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer - Dirty Lil Communications


Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer's latest album titled "Dirty Lil' Communications", is filled with nothing but repeats literally. Throughout the entirety of this album that consists of 11-tracks, is Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer saying the same thing at the intro of every single track. What is it that he says within each intro of the tracks at hand, "X-Calade Promotionz ya man". It really gets old fast as possible. But while this expressional form is said repeatedly, the actual tracks after what has been said are rather nice.

Like "I'm Crying Tears", "No No Way", "Greatest Artists", and "It's Raining". the handful that start off this release, showcase what type of hip hop, rap, underground styling Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer has got going on. It's a lot like the other hip hop, rappers, of modern times, but his ways is more of a refresher. He being able to create this melody of senses, that makes the beats more enjoyable, upbeat, and dance worthy. A lot like the rest of the album's offerings such as "Money Gees", "Pretty Blonde Girl", and "Wonderful Leader".

These selections alone, really set the tone and set up for this album as a whole. Whilst these material is upbeat, enjoyable and dance worthy, it does appear to catch on too. The tone of voice that he portrays, makes the music just stand out. The direction of the music just captures this outgoing feeling of energy, that makes it all free and worth wild.

In other words Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer's latest album "Dirty Lil Communications", has got some works that will work well in the artists favor. His use of rap and hip hop makes the material more direct and entertaining for the listener in question. His next set of works, if staying along this line of pathway, will keep him noticed for much longer.

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