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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released December 3, 2021 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released June 28, 2011 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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Named after his successful mixtape series, Big Sean’s official debut skillfully balances his underground promise with his big money dreams and winds up an approachable winner with long-lasting appeal. His hook-filled anthem “I Do It” is an instant floor-filler thanks a No I.D./Legendary Traxster co-production, but the reason to return is supreme smart-aleck Sean, who at one point raps in Family Guy-speak, referencing cad character Quagmire and boasting “My cash flow, I giggity-gig it.” On “Dance (A$$),” he’s mixing a MC Hammer sample with a booty beat while quoting Pootie Tang, while “High” finds the crafty prankster trading weed jokes with Wiz Khalifa and Chiddy Bang for a track that runs a clever 4:20. If you’re looking for something more sane and Drake, “Marvin & Chardonnay” makes the bed squeak with some help from executive producer/label owner Kanye West, while the cool, John Legend feature “Memories (Part II)” gives Khalifa, Currensy, Cudi, and the rest of the successful stoner school something to shoot for with its opening couplet “Sometimes I dream bigger than I live/Sometimes I think better when I’m lit.” “So Much More” does what it says, adding brilliant lines like “I swear I’ve been through everything in life but the coffin/You say the sky’s the limit, hi bitch, I’m moonwalkin’” to the usually hackneyed format of the autobiographical track. At 12 cuts long, the album is right between right-sized and “leave them wanting more,” and when it comes to being well-rounded, these different-flavored tracks offer variety without wildly stepping out of Big Sean’s comfort zone. Fun, inventive, swaggering, and smart, Finally Famous is an exciting debut. © David Jeffries /TiVo
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Named after his successful mixtape series, Big Sean’s official debut skillfully balances his underground promise with his big money dreams and winds up an approachable winner with long-lasting appeal. His hook-filled anthem “I Do It” is an instant floor-filler thanks a No I.D./Legendary Traxster co-production, but the reason to return is supreme smart-aleck Sean, who at one point raps in Family Guy-speak, referencing cad character Quagmire and boasting “My cash flow, I giggity-gig it.” On “Dance (A$$),” he’s mixing a MC Hammer sample with a booty beat while quoting Pootie Tang, while “High” finds the crafty prankster trading weed jokes with Wiz Khalifa and Chiddy Bang for a track that runs a clever 4:20. If you’re looking for something more sane and Drake, “Marvin & Chardonnay” makes the bed squeak with some help from executive producer/label owner Kanye West, while the cool, John Legend feature “Memories (Part II)” gives Khalifa, Currensy, Cudi, and the rest of the successful stoner school something to shoot for with its opening couplet “Sometimes I dream bigger than I live/Sometimes I think better when I’m lit.” “So Much More” does what it says, adding brilliant lines like “I swear I’ve been through everything in life but the coffin/You say the sky’s the limit, hi bitch, I’m moonwalkin’” to the usually hackneyed format of the autobiographical track. At 12 cuts long, the album is right between right-sized and “leave them wanting more,” and when it comes to being well-rounded, these different-flavored tracks offer variety without wildly stepping out of Big Sean’s comfort zone. Fun, inventive, swaggering, and smart, Finally Famous is an exciting debut. © David Jeffries /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released June 28, 2011 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

Named after his successful mixtape series, Big Sean’s official debut skillfully balances his underground promise with his big money dreams and winds up an approachable winner with long-lasting appeal. His hook-filled anthem “I Do It” is an instant floor-filler thanks a No I.D./Legendary Traxster co-production, but the reason to return is supreme smart-aleck Sean, who at one point raps in Family Guy-speak, referencing cad character Quagmire and boasting “My cash flow, I giggity-gig it.” On “Dance (A$$),” he’s mixing a MC Hammer sample with a booty beat while quoting Pootie Tang, while “High” finds the crafty prankster trading weed jokes with Wiz Khalifa and Chiddy Bang for a track that runs a clever 4:20. If you’re looking for something more sane and Drake, “Marvin & Chardonnay” makes the bed squeak with some help from executive producer/label owner Kanye West, while the cool, John Legend feature “Memories (Part II)” gives Khalifa, Currensy, Cudi, and the rest of the successful stoner school something to shoot for with its opening couplet “Sometimes I dream bigger than I live/Sometimes I think better when I’m lit.” “So Much More” does what it says, adding brilliant lines like “I swear I’ve been through everything in life but the coffin/You say the sky’s the limit, hi bitch, I’m moonwalkin’” to the usually hackneyed format of the autobiographical track. At 12 cuts long, the album is right between right-sized and “leave them wanting more,” and when it comes to being well-rounded, these different-flavored tracks offer variety without wildly stepping out of Big Sean’s comfort zone. Fun, inventive, swaggering, and smart, Finally Famous is an exciting debut. © David Jeffries /TiVo
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Hip-Hop/Rap - Released June 28, 2011 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

Named after his successful mixtape series, Big Sean’s official debut skillfully balances his underground promise with his big money dreams and winds up an approachable winner with long-lasting appeal. His hook-filled anthem “I Do It” is an instant floor-filler thanks a No I.D./Legendary Traxster co-production, but the reason to return is supreme smart-aleck Sean, who at one point raps in Family Guy-speak, referencing cad character Quagmire and boasting “My cash flow, I giggity-gig it.” On “Dance (A$$),” he’s mixing a MC Hammer sample with a booty beat while quoting Pootie Tang, while “High” finds the crafty prankster trading weed jokes with Wiz Khalifa and Chiddy Bang for a track that runs a clever 4:20. If you’re looking for something more sane and Drake, “Marvin & Chardonnay” makes the bed squeak with some help from executive producer/label owner Kanye West, while the cool, John Legend feature “Memories (Part II)” gives Khalifa, Currensy, Cudi, and the rest of the successful stoner school something to shoot for with its opening couplet “Sometimes I dream bigger than I live/Sometimes I think better when I’m lit.” “So Much More” does what it says, adding brilliant lines like “I swear I’ve been through everything in life but the coffin/You say the sky’s the limit, hi bitch, I’m moonwalkin’” to the usually hackneyed format of the autobiographical track. At 12 cuts long, the album is right between right-sized and “leave them wanting more,” and when it comes to being well-rounded, these different-flavored tracks offer variety without wildly stepping out of Big Sean’s comfort zone. Fun, inventive, swaggering, and smart, Finally Famous is an exciting debut. © David Jeffries /TiVo
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Alternative & Indie - Released August 7, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 10, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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Dance - Released January 10, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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Alternative & Indie - Released January 17, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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The first time that we came across 070 Shake and her one-of-a-kind flow was for an impressive Freestyle lasting eight minutes posted on YouTube which also featured other members of her 070 collective, with Shake injecting the first two minutes with a rare kind of musicality and swag. Since then, the New Jersey rapper, real name Danielle Balbuena, has made a name for herself on the underground scene and even caught the attention of none other than Kanye West, who invited her onto two tracks on ye (without formally crediting her, though this did not stop her from being propelled into stardom). For her first studio album, released on G.O.O.D. Music (Kanye West’s very own label), the rapper who has only just turned 22 years old has almost become a fully fledged pop star. On Modus Vivendi, a large part of which was produced by Dave Hamelin (from Canadian indie rock band The Stills), and which features surprisingly little rap, she confirms her amazing intuition for harmonies and melodies which she manages to transpose into her own very personal world, between autotuned R&B and new wave. She also reveals an ability to produce some real hits, with lush arrangements and airtight hooks (Morrow, Guilty Conscience). The last third of the album is darker, more minimalist and features more rap and is just as convincing. “I don’t know if I’ll be here tomorrow”, she sings at the start of the album; we’re not too worried for her. © Damien Besançon/Qobuz
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Alternative & Indie - Released January 17, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

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"From the glittering future pop of 'Guilty Conscience' to the ascendent psych-R&B of 'Rocketship,' her music is like the UNCUT GEMS opal, prismatic and powerfully intoxicating." © TiVo
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Alternative & Indie - Released January 17, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

"From the glittering future pop of 'Guilty Conscience' to the ascendent psych-R&B of 'Rocketship,' her music is like the UNCUT GEMS opal, prismatic and powerfully intoxicating." © TiVo
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Alternative & Indie - Released January 17, 2020 | Getting Out Our Dreams Inc. (G.O.O.D.) Music - IDJ

The first time that we came across 070 Shake and her one-of-a-kind flow was for an impressive Freestyle lasting eight minutes posted on YouTube which also featured other members of her 070 collective, with Shake injecting the first two minutes with a rare kind of musicality and swag. Since then, the New Jersey rapper, real name Danielle Balbuena, has made a name for herself on the underground scene and even caught the attention of none other than Kanye West, who invited her onto two tracks on ye (without formally crediting her, though this did not stop her from being propelled into stardom). For her first studio album, released on G.O.O.D. Music (Kanye West’s very own label), the rapper who has only just turned 22 years old has almost become a fully fledged pop star. On Modus Vivendi, a large part of which was produced by Dave Hamelin (from Canadian indie rock band The Stills), and which features surprisingly little rap, she confirms her amazing intuition for harmonies and melodies which she manages to transpose into her own very personal world, between autotuned R&B and new wave. She also reveals an ability to produce some real hits, with lush arrangements and airtight hooks (Morrow, Guilty Conscience). The last third of the album is darker, more minimalist and features more rap and is just as convincing. “I don’t know if I’ll be here tomorrow”, she sings at the start of the album; we’re not too worried for her. © Damien Besançon/Qobuz