“Prynce Payumy is a talented artist, and The Prynce & The Pauper is an exceptionally hot release that many fans world wide will appreciate. Explosive rhymes, beats, and production appease fans, and command their undivided attention.”
The album sets off with a short, unappreciated introduction track entitled “Interview”. This track fails to contribute positively in any respect to the overall album’s high standard of quality. Sometimes a track is best to be left off the roster; rather than, adding it for the sake of a spot or to contribute creatively which never really works out. The first full length song is “Taking Care Of BuzNaZz” which is a laid back, chill kind of track. The rhymes are well written, well articulated, and the beat is real nice. It’s the type of track that you can pump in your ride when cruising. The tracks continue to get laid, but its when track number four, Justine, comes up that fans really recognize the true talent of Prynce Payumy. The beat is incredible, and the rhymes are real hot. The subject mater is something fans can relate to, depicting real life circumstances about a type of girl everyone knows. Track number five packs a funky beat featuring all kinds of interesting sounds that grab hold of ears, and never let go. This track reminds fans of Nelly Fertado’s new material. Track six is inspiring, & explosive packing a furious bounce and all kinds of head nodding sounds that will drive fans insane. This is the ultimate club anthem with a mass appeal. Fans that can’t groove should avoid this type of music. Track eight is a conceptual track about a rough life, another track fans can relate with, and enjoy. The album continues with many more high quality, highlight songs for fans to enjoy the whole sixteen tracks through.
The music on this album is creative, inspiring, full of energy, & intensity, stacked with amazing beats & rhymes, groovy sounds from chill type vibes to club type music that makes you move. The subject mater of most of the songs is material fans can relate with, as well as enjoy. The words are speaking to fans, and saying a lot as oppose to most songs that say a lot of nothing. Pohectic Life Records does a great job with the album artwork, and cover. Graphic design by Ali Charmi at Graphiholix.Com who deserves mega props. The album features a ton of guest appearances, a talented six person production team, and some scratches contributed by DJ KB.
Fans need to check out Prynce Payumy, his music, and this album as their thirst for exceptional hip hop music & a liquid flow will be fully quenched. The Prynce & The Pauper release by Pohectic Life is real hot, don’t sleep.