Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer - Underground Styling Breeze

Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer's latest album is titled "Underground Styling Breeze". Out of the 14-tracks offered off this release, only very few were one's to stick out from it. "Kiss-N-Play", "Cause I'm Lonely", "Smelling My Best", "Pretty To Me Baby" and "Run Ah Train", are probably the only tracks to be worth hearing upon this album. They bring forth this realism for the album. Lyrical context is very upfront, catching, with the music being effective when it needs to be. The rest of the album and its accompanying assortment of tracks, just makes it be a hit or miss chance with its tracks. Upon listening to this album, it sounds so much alike really.

Literally after hearing every single one of the tracks, aside from the few selected already, the whole entirety of the it, is just repetitive, overused, and not as entertaining. It becomes rather boring at times when listening in. The artist Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer, is a decent performer, for the most part. But this album just does not cut it as well as it could have been.

Like even hearing the selected tracks mentioned prior, those make the album stand on its own accordance. Those being the sole purpose of this album, they make the album last for as long as possible. Whereas the rest of the material just does not cut it at all.

All in all though, Fabp aka Fabpz the Freelancer's album "Underground Styling Breeze", is an album with material that just lacks or has something there, but could have been so much more thought through. Perhaps his styling will turn over, on the next album or release from him, showcasing something totally different, that will step into something worth hearing. This one just does not seem to please as well as it could have done with its contents featured.


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