As my readers now know, I’m a big Ronald Jenkees fan and have written about his fantastic music here and here. Well, today Ronald announced the release of his first full length album!
Having a chance to listen to previews of the songs last night and buying a full copy of Almost Undamaged [the perks of blogging!], it sounded awesome; now listening to the full length album, available at Ronald’s music store, it blows me away how talented Jenkees truly is. His beats challenge professional producers with far more resources than Jenkees and his raps are simply, “too much fun”.
Here’s the full track list (with my a few comments after the dash) on Ronald Jenkees’ self-titled debut album:
01. Derty – Makes my head bob every time.
02. Neptune – Uplifting and spirited.
03. Canon in D Remix – A soaring stroll through the land of synthesized guitars.
04. Clutter – Clever with a fast beat.
05. Super-Fun – Slowly rousing.
06. The Rocky Song Remixed – Still awesome.
07. Snap – Wicked catchy.
08. The Sunfish Song – Pleasantly chaotic.
09. Loui – A slow jaunt through a dreary landscape with hopeful peaks.
10. Gold Spinners – Funky, energetic and soulful.
11. Remix to a Remix – Begging for a talented hip-hop lyricist, this beat is hot.
12. Almost Undamaged – So good I bought it twice.
13. 56K RAP – Rap about 56K modems = comedic genius.
14. Ain’t No Thang – A look at rap culture, with a hard southern feel.
Check back here tomorrow for an in-depth review, I’d write one now but must focus on some schoolwork for my Perspectives on Leadership class due tonight. For now my recommendation is it’s easily worth the $10 price of admission.