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“ After listening to the album, It seems "Black Sinatra" is comfortable with nice tracks that don't sound like your average high priced,over the top production. I listen to the old and the new stuff, but I feel like too much of the new stuff is recycled over and over again. It's not about being original now-a-day, it's better to sound as close as you can like the next person and their production. The songs that stand out the most to me are, "Keep It Comin", "We On", "Make It Official", "Kissing Under the Stars", and "Look In My Eyes." While the ones i spoke of are more radio friendly, the album still deserves a listen to. There are tracks that need to be heard like "Take a look" which talks about young people moving in the wrong direction because of money and how fast they can get it. "Black Sinatra" is what hip hop used to be about. You can talk your game if you want, speak to the ladies and drop some wisdom, still letting people know you the man at the same time.CON'T”
“WE #1 ON WWW.INDIECHARTS.COM FOR RAP AND #11 FOR HIP HOP!!!!!!!”
“MARTI B - Rock / Blues / Southern& Country Rock 10/04/2010 8:45 PM HELLO FROM MARTI B/SINGER/SONGWRITER/KEYBOARD PLAYER FROM SPARTANBURG, SC. I READ YOUR BIO AND VERY IMPRESSED WITH YOUR STORY.... [more] HELLO FROM MARTI B/SINGER/SONGWRITER/KEYBOARD PLAYER FROM SPARTANBURG, SC. I READ YOUR BIO AND VERY IMPRESSED WITH YOUR STORY. WOW, YOU HAVE COME A LONG WAY TO WHERE YOU ARE. MY FAVORITE SONG OF YOURS IS "SHINE". IT IS AWESOME. YOUR MUSIC IS BETTER THAN ANYTHING I HEAR ON THE DANCE FLOORS AND RADIO AND TV. SOMETIMES I HAVE BEEN SURROUNDED BY PEOPLE WHO REALLY DID NOT WANT TO SEE ME SHINE, BUT NEVER LISTEN TO THEM. JUST FOLLOW YOUR DREAM. KEEP ON DOING WHAT YOU AND BE THE AMAZING ARTIST AND AMAZING PERSON THAT YOU REALLY ARE. WHEN YOU MAKE IT BIG, REMEMBER MARTI B TOLD YOU YOU WOULD "SHINE" GOD BLESS YOU ALWAYS. YOUR FRIEND MARTI ”
“Freshsounz: nice work there - love it :) Oct 03”
“On the dramatic opener “All I Know,” he spits, “Money come, money go, so I get and spend dough/ Win or lose, I did me ’cause that’s all I know” over eerie synths and snare drums. Some of his best rhymes come over soul samples. He captures the essence of perseverance on “No Love Here,” while the two-year-old single “Love You Don” still serves as standout with Sinatra rhyming: “I wanna be like me, not Mike or Jay-Z/ I’m not a wannabe, I’m something these ni**as wanna be.””