SoJo is one of the most abrasive, intense, and talented female artists in the industry. SoJo proves she is incredibly talented and skillful via every rhyme she blesses fans with on “Man Eater”. “Man Eater” is a dazzling album that will appease any fans craving for some raw, intense music that is sure to induce uncontrollable head nodding motions. Fans need to tune in, and recognize.
The album opens with an introductory track entitled “Intro”. The song has one of the best vibes & beats out of any intro ever conceived & laid on an album. DJ Trans works some incredible magic while SoJo blesses ears with some catchy words. The first full length song is entitled “I Gets Down” which is an incredibly live, funky, intense, bouncy, entertaining, and fun track. The array of interesting sounds and rhymes capture fans undivided attention. The lyrics are catchy, and the beat is simply moving & grooving. Definitely one of the albums most notable songs – its buttah baby. The album continues with “Watch Me” which is an equally sensational gem that’s sure to get the toughest crowd moving. An array of strong tracks follows throughout the entire album. There is not one throw back song throughout the albums seventeen tracks, seventy five minutes of music. The consistency in the quality of the music, and the fashion in which each song flows perfectly into the next is impressive.
The albums best songs include “I Gets Down”, “Watch Me”, “Man Eater”, “Should I Let Him Go”, “Friend or Foe”, “MoJo”, “Put Your Back Into It”, and “Ear Candy”. The best song is “Put Your Back Into It”. “Put Your Back Into It” is explosively moving. The beat is nothing short of dazzling, and the lyrics are equally breath taking. Fans can’t help but move as they feel the music penetrate their body. The bonus cut, “Slang It” is impressive as well. It’s a great bonus track, and a spectacular way to end such a magnificent album.
SoJo is impressive due to her intense, abrasive style, and witty, well written & delivered rhymes. The confidence she exudes on the microphone is second to none. SoJo is as desirable as each rhyme & beat that combines to create the music she serves up. SoJo is one of those artists that could make a bad rhyme sound amazing. SoJo is extremely talented and that makes her a strong force fans need to recognize. She not only represents female artists lovely, but she represents what any artist of either sex should be.
The production on the album is impressive. The beats throughout the album are explosive. The lyrics are captivating, and entertaining. The album artwork is alright, but has room for improvement as with the presentation & packaging; however, even though this appears to be a low budget release, there is nothing that sounds low budget in the music. Fans need to support this release, and maybe on the next release we’ll see a better presentation. There is a barcode on the back of the CD jacket, so distributors & stores make sure you pick this album up, and show some support.
Overall, “Man Eater” is a strong release fans need to tune into. SoJo is extremely talented, and skilled as proven in her music. She has paid her dues, and earned her respect. “Man Eater” is mandatory listening.
1. Intro – DJ Trans
2. I Get’s Down
3. *Watch Me
4. I Wish A MF Would
5. Dat Fire – Ft. Korner Boys
6. Let Dem Hoez Fight – Ft. DJ Trans
8. U Ain’t Know
9. Dear John
10. Should I Let Him Go
11. Friend or Foe – Ft. J – Rod
12. Cut Budee
14. Put Your Back N 2 It
15. I Like
16. Ear Candy
17. Slang It (bonus cut)