Youth Is Yours is an extremely tight album that will appease many fans. Offering thirteen solid tracks that feature incredible beats, and strong lyrics that fans can relate. Lexicon’s oozing creativity, and playful personality draw’s fans into his fun loving music easily. Fans love music that has that fun type feel to it, and Youth Is Yours is that type of album. The first track, “Gotta Believe”, is a conceptual track featuring well written & delivered lyrics, and an equally tight beat that has a groovy type feel. The next track Voodoo is one of the albums tightest & brightest gems. The chorus is catchy, as is the whimsical beat. Voodoo is the type of track that should be featured on compilation projects, and vinyl 12″ releases. The album continues with numerous hits; however, some stand outs are “Turn Your Radio Up”, “Party Party People” featuring Dizzy Dustin of Ugly Duckling, “Rock”, and “I’ll Be Alright If You Stay For The Night”. These tracks are exceptional in every aspect that combines to make an outstanding hip hop track that appeals to the masses of fans. The creativity is hot, and fans can truly appreciate the realism, and the way the music connects with them. Lexicon continuously delivers rhymes fans can relate with, and feel. There is not one bad song featured on the album; however, the album is only thirteen tracks deep; therefore, fans are left craving more. Exceptional production, and sound quality bless the album. There is never any dips in the music, pure heat & a smooth listen to whole way through.
The album jacket is well put together; however, despite the fact that the females inside the jacket are extremely bone-able, fans are disappointed that there is not additional information about Lexicon & their music. Many fans love to read additional information inside the album jacket. As previously mentioned, the short thirteen track listing, & no bonus tracks is a disappointment to fans as well. Fans in today’s music age want at least sixteen tracks on an album, but would love to see twenty tracks bless the album. Cash is hard to grip, and value is something fans desire; however, without doubt the thirteen tracks you do get are of exceptional quality, and are pure heat. There is no filler material, no bullshit interludes, purely quality music to enjoy.
Lexicon is a comprised of Nick, and Oak, a talented hip hop duo that offers fans much to enjoy. Most of the lyrics on “Youth Is Yours” appeals to those who enjoy rhymes about getting drunk, females, being yourself, and hangovers. These are topics that most youth today can appreciate and relate with as these topics are in most fans every day life. What could be better than pumping a phat Lexicon track about hooking up with females at the bar before your headed out to have some fun for the night?
Overall Lexicon is talented, no doubt about that. Youth Is Yours is a fantastic album that features a hot buffet of music that induces drooling, and satisfies hunger. An album that is mandatory listening, available most places as its distributed via Caroline.
1. Gotta Believe
4. Turn Your Radio Up
5. I Think That You Want To
6. These Days
7. Party Party People feat. Dizzy Dustin of Ugly Duckling
11. I’ll Be Alright If You Stay For The Night
12. Bar Night
13. Don’t Be Afraid