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Free The Universe

Major Lazer

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His co-conspirator Switch may have moved on, but with producer Diplo's bag of tricks and his hipper-than-hip selection of guests (including major help from producers Jillionaire and Walshy Fire), the Major Lazer mythos -- he's a DJ by night and a Jamaican zombie killer by other nights -- is alive and twitching on this sophomore release. This welcome return begins deceptively with the slow-burning kiss-off "You're No Good" starting the show, but the combination of marquee vocalists Santigold and Vybz Kartel couldn't illustrate the left-field-dance-meets-Jamaican-dancehall style of the project any better. Once the credits roll on the cinematic track, it's straight-up bonkers time with "Jet Blue Jet," a bleeping, furious, trap music cut where dancehall don Leftside leads the pack and offers a Baauer-challenging version of the "Kingston Shake." Since naughty ragga lady Lady Saw didn't show up, Peaches and Timberlee face off on "Scare Me," a punany power meets synth pop cut with some amazing video game chase scene music providing the bridge. Power puncher "Wind Up" is raw enough to be a hit back home for Elephant Man, the great "Watch Out for This (Bumaye)" finds Busy Signal macking over moombahton beats with a fantastic air horn and disco break in the middle, and fat track "Bubble Butt" is like Bruno Mars, Tyga, and Mystic formed the Ying Yang Triplets just to prove that crunk ain't dead. Those who blew their minds and/or speakers pumping the project's 2009 debut will find it familiar ground, but how Free the Universe arguably tops Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do is with the meatier, more subdued cuts, as Dirty Projectors vocalist Amber Coffman explores the connections between King Tubby and Alicia Keys with the elegant R&B dub of "Get Free." Later it's the imagining of Vampire Weekend holding a session at Kingston's classic Studio One as VW's Ezra Koenig's croons over the scratchy reggae groove of "Jessica," and while the Flux Pavilion feature "Jah No Partial" has the bass drops to get the mall kids rolling, it's still a weighty, soul-filling number that could have easily fallen off a Damian Marley album. All that, and there are still great performances from Wyclef, Shaggy, and Laidback Luke to go, so think of Free the Universe as Major Lazer's second great modern ragga meltdown.

© David Jeffries /TiVo

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1
You're No Good
00:04:03

Vybz Kartel, FeaturedArtist - Yasmin, FeaturedArtist - Santigold, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist - Danielle Haim, FeaturedArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

2
Jet Blue Jet
00:03:19

Razz, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist - Leftside, FeaturedArtist - GTA, FeaturedArtist - Biggy, FeaturedArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

3
Get Free
00:04:49

Major Lazer, MainArtist - Amber of Dirty Projectors, FeaturedArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

4
Jah No Partial
00:04:12

Flux Pavilion, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

5
Wind Up
00:04:27

Elephant Man, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist - Opal, FeaturedArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

6
Scare Me
00:03:00

Peaches, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist - Timberlee, FeaturedArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

7
Jessica
00:04:13

Ezra Koenig, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

8
Watch Out For This (Bumaye)
00:04:29

Busy Signal, FeaturedArtist - FS Green, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist - The Flexican, FeaturedArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

9
Keep Cool
00:04:22

Wynter Gordon, FeaturedArtist - Shaggy, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

10
Sweat
00:04:29

Ms. Dynamite, FeaturedArtist - Laidback Luke, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

11
Reach for the Stars
00:04:06

WYCLEF JEAN, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

12
Bubble Butt
00:03:47

Bruno Mars, FeaturedArtist - Mystic, FeaturedArtist - Tyga, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

13
Mashup the Dance
00:03:49

The Partysquad, FeaturedArtist - Ward 21, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

14
Playground
00:03:56

Bugle, FeaturedArtist - Major Lazer, MainArtist - Arama, FeaturedArtist

2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music 2013 Major Lazer LLC. under exclusive license to Because Music

Resenha do Álbum

His co-conspirator Switch may have moved on, but with producer Diplo's bag of tricks and his hipper-than-hip selection of guests (including major help from producers Jillionaire and Walshy Fire), the Major Lazer mythos -- he's a DJ by night and a Jamaican zombie killer by other nights -- is alive and twitching on this sophomore release. This welcome return begins deceptively with the slow-burning kiss-off "You're No Good" starting the show, but the combination of marquee vocalists Santigold and Vybz Kartel couldn't illustrate the left-field-dance-meets-Jamaican-dancehall style of the project any better. Once the credits roll on the cinematic track, it's straight-up bonkers time with "Jet Blue Jet," a bleeping, furious, trap music cut where dancehall don Leftside leads the pack and offers a Baauer-challenging version of the "Kingston Shake." Since naughty ragga lady Lady Saw didn't show up, Peaches and Timberlee face off on "Scare Me," a punany power meets synth pop cut with some amazing video game chase scene music providing the bridge. Power puncher "Wind Up" is raw enough to be a hit back home for Elephant Man, the great "Watch Out for This (Bumaye)" finds Busy Signal macking over moombahton beats with a fantastic air horn and disco break in the middle, and fat track "Bubble Butt" is like Bruno Mars, Tyga, and Mystic formed the Ying Yang Triplets just to prove that crunk ain't dead. Those who blew their minds and/or speakers pumping the project's 2009 debut will find it familiar ground, but how Free the Universe arguably tops Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do is with the meatier, more subdued cuts, as Dirty Projectors vocalist Amber Coffman explores the connections between King Tubby and Alicia Keys with the elegant R&B dub of "Get Free." Later it's the imagining of Vampire Weekend holding a session at Kingston's classic Studio One as VW's Ezra Koenig's croons over the scratchy reggae groove of "Jessica," and while the Flux Pavilion feature "Jah No Partial" has the bass drops to get the mall kids rolling, it's still a weighty, soul-filling number that could have easily fallen off a Damian Marley album. All that, and there are still great performances from Wyclef, Shaggy, and Laidback Luke to go, so think of Free the Universe as Major Lazer's second great modern ragga meltdown.

© David Jeffries /TiVo

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