Danejahras possesses a true talent for creatively rhyming in such an entertaining fashion that fans have both of their ears constantly glued to each word laid. Red is an abstraction of many skills holding everything from furious head nodding beats to spoken poetry to reggae to hip hop stamped rhymes. Red’s abstraction combines to delivery the maximized amount of flavor fans could demand in one album. Danejahras is extremely talented, exciting, and entertaining. Red is a testament to that fact. Red is a spiritually uplifting album. Red is an album fans need to tune into. Red starts off with Red Pray which is a relaxing, spiritually uplifting introduction to the album. Even though not much is said, the beat, and the voice of the singer appeals to the inner listener’s soul. The next track is “Intro”, a scorching hot beat packing the perfect amount of cuts & scratches to beat up on any fan. Warning, “Intro” will have your head nodding 90 miles an hour. Refreshing sums it all up in one word. The album continues with more beat, production exclusive tracks, as well as tracks that feature some of the best, and most passionate rhymes fans have yet to hear. All of the music is appreciated, and all of the beats, production, and vocals are incredible. Although all of the tracks are high quality, and equally as good as their neighboring tracks, a few always stand out above the rest. The most notable tracks include Stage Dive, Meaning of Life, and Afterlife. Guest appearances by T-Wrecks, Pho, Hyfidelik, and D-Mass contribute positively to the album overall contributing to the albums creativeness, depth, and intensity.
Improvements are few and far between; however, some critics will critique the album for being so diverse. If a fan is not into listening to beats, and wants strictly songs with vocal contributions then they may find themselves drowned out when listening to Red; however, Red has more than enough vocal contributions to appease the large majority of fans, and the beats / production tracks are so hot its hard to imagine fans wanting to tune out at any point. Some critics will critique the album cover for not listing the track numbers beside the tracks on the back cover. Numbers are always a great way to identify tracks in addition to their title. Today’s fans appreciate information as much as the music featuring on the album. Fans want to open the jacket and read about the artist, and, or their music. On the Danejahras website fans can read about the inspiration for Red, and gather more information about the artist himself, but not in the album jacket of Red. Fans that like to read will be disappointed in the album jacket for Red. These are all small critiques; most importantly Red is a solid release that commands listening, and attention, and overly appeases fans with its music, where most fans agree it counts.
Overall Red is a fantastic album that fans need to check out. Visit the Danejahras website to read more about the artist, and his music. Fans will not be disappointed.