Art & Life

Art & Life


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Official Release Date Dec 07, 2011
Artist Beenie Man
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004865740
Item Code  0724384909314


  • Manufacturer: Vp ( VP )

track listing

1. Haters and Fools2. Ola - Beenie Man,3. Love Me Now [rockwilder Remix] - Beenie Man, Wyclef Jean, Redman4. Girls Dem Sugar - Beenie Man, Mya5. Crazy Notion6. Original Tune7. Jamaica Way - Beenie Man,8. Love Me Now - Beenie Man, Wyclef Jean9. Art and Life10. Analyze This11. Heights of Great Men12. 9 to 513. Trus Me14. Tumble (La Caida) - Beenie Man, Arturo Sandoval15. Some Tonight - Beenie Man, Devonte, Tanto Metro16. Best That I Got17. I'Ve Got a Date


Old-school toaster Beenie Man, a.k.a. Moses Davis, has performed professionally since the age of 5, and at 26 he's long been considered a veteran in reggae terms. But his appeal is not founded as much in his experience as it is in his vocal and musical flexibility and his ability to balance hard-hitting rawness with feel-good commercial sense, which he proved with his '95 Blessed and again in '97 with Many Moods of Moses, yielding hits on both the R&B and country-western charts. His latest finds the Jamaican lyrical wizard working Rasta magic on a humorous pastiche of sexual posturing and socially conscious manifestoes, all nailed down on a canvas of ass-shakin' ragga, hip-hop, reggae, and dancehall jams. Beenie casts a wide net with the Latin dancehall beats of "Tumble," featuring Cuban trumpeter Arturo Sandoval atop Beenie's raps in Spanish and English, and "I've Got a Date," which maintains a laid-back groove throughout by borrowing the bassline from the Staple Singers' "I'll Take You There." He switches gears to team with Wyclef Jean on the dancehall/hip-hop hybrid "Love Me Now," lacing the mellow funk of "Girls Them Sugar" with his trademark catch phrase "sim simma," and dropping slick rhymes against the whispered croonings of ghetto diva Mya. The rest of the album features fun midtempo reggae tracks like "9 to 5," "The Best I Got," and "Analyze This," along with the rap-savvy dissin' of "Haters and Fools" and the title cut's soulful homage to reggae harmony


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