Casey - The Original Rudebwoy EP
to define Mighty Casey's style. He doesn't have a complex style, but
his concepts are what make his album solid. Take the track "Black
Rapping School," where Mighty Casey drops a commentary on what
he thinks of the gangsta rap scene. He drops some dope lines like, "Hip
Hop used to be pro-black, now it's pro-crack." This is a pretty
dope track that has a good message about what Hip Hop is today. The
track "White Girls" will probably offend a lot of people,
with lines like "Back in the day, I couldn't get no play, then
I went the white girl way like O.J." If you get offended at tracks
like this, you're taking Hip Hop too seriously. This is a pretty funny
"Liquorland" is a decent track that has Casey rhyming about
his love for liquor. I'm not really feeling "One Night Stand,"
the track gets started off real slow and doesn't really hold my interest.
The production on this EP isn't horrible, but it's not great either.
It's just ok.
You have to listen hard though to Casey, because sometimes you may not
be feeling his verse, but he'll drop a witty punchline and it'll save
the track. "Liquorland 2" is a remix to the original version,
it's got some reggae influence in this as well.
Overall, this isn't a bad album, but it's not great either. This isn't
an album that I would keep in rotation, but the tracks like "Black
Rapping School," "White Girls," and "Liquorland"