Royal Flush brings a refreshing flavor to fans via a dynamic flow that is uneasily matched. “Street Boss” is a twenty three (plus three) track, approximately 80 minute deliverance of hip hop mastery. If there’s one album fans need to hear, this is the album. The most appreciated tracks featured on this album include “Roll Call”, “Worldwide part 2”, “Got’s to Have It”, “Best Type of Rapper”, “The Theme (HeatBeat)”, “Angle Dust”, “The Livest”, and “Man Up”. Undisputedly, the best song is “Angle Dust”. “Angle Dust” surfaces the emotions of listeners as the beat & lyrics connect with the audience. Royal Flush dazzles fans with some of the best lyrics ever laid down on a track, and the beat is equally as sensational. The chorus is well put together; the production of the track is outstanding. The least appreciated piece on the album is the “Intro”. Labels need to get away from wasting minutes on “Intro’s”, and put more time, and resources into more full length tracks that are more than just creative. The weakest full length track featured on the album is “Pimps Up Hoes Down” for two reasons. One, because the rest of the tracks featured are better, and two, because this song casts a certain image & framing that some listeners will find offensive. It’s refreshing to find contributions from Big L, and Ol Dirty Bastard on deck. Fans definitely appreciate the addition of other super talents whether deceased or living. A deceased artist wrecking shop on an album is always a high note.
The beats featured on each, and every song are stacked with flavor, bounce, energy, raw intensity, and loveliness. It’s rare to find an album with so many amazing beats, especially when there are so many tracks featured. The production is on point, and deadly. The lyrics are always sharp, well delivered, and presented. Royal Flush delivers raw intensity, energy, and entertainment. Fans are continuously dazzled as the track roster is seamlessly meshed together flawlessly.
Diversity is extremely apparent within the album. Each song is unique enough to provide its own essential seasoning, but at the same time, everything blends extra nice together to serve up an explosive taste.
The album artwork is well put together; however, lacking some extra information about Royal Flush, and the featured music. The inquisitive fans love to open up an album jacket, and dig for some information, and this release disappoints those fans. The graphics and presentation of the release are sharp, and will definitely help fans take a second look when glancing the online, and, or offline shelves.
Royal Flush is talented, and this release, “Street Boss”, fails to disappoint. “Street Boss” is stacked with hot tracks and the flavor is nothing but savory! “Steet Boss” is mandatory listening so make sure this album is picked up yesterday.
3. Roll Call – Feat. Lord Forbid
4. QU – Feat. Modose & J White
5. Life Is Hard
6. Worldwide Part 2
7. Y’all Can’t Fuck With Us
8. Don’t Get F’Up
9. Love – Feat. Gramz
10. Got’s To Have It
11. War – Feat. Ol Dirty Bastard
12. Best Type Of Rapper
13. Freestyle – Feat. Big L
14. The Theme (HeatBeat)
15. It You Wanna Ride – Feat. Lord Grand
16. Section 8
17. Can’t Be Life
18. Clap – Feat. Big Pun
19. Angle Dust – Feat. Mic Geronimo
20. The Livest – Feat. Infamous Mobb & Big Noyd
21. Pimps Up Hoes Down
22. Man Up
23. R.I.P. Beans – Feat. T Slugs