The album is a timeless and innovative collective that fans of all genres can revel in. Listening to the album will transcend listeners onto a journey beginning with the euphoric sounds of the 70’s, composed jazz and funk mixtures, classic Hip Hop and R&B, and culminating through today’s modern animated sounds and beats.
“Get’ Em”, the paramount single off the album by Boogie Black and Jeff Redd, defines how electrifying music can be. This single will metamorphose anything into a dance floor and all bodies into move and groove mode. Boogie Black delivers another cut a rug record, “New York Party Sounds Like This” featuring Ron Browz. This one is an ode to New York, the mecca capitol of the world. Boogie mentions the essential landmarks, deep rooted boroughs, and of course the gratifying rooftops. Both records are amplified by pulsations of Boogie Nights meets Fast and Furious.
Relly Waterz and Addictt contribute records for the newer generation; music to bounce to while sipping Cîroc at the club. “Oragami” and “Saucy” are fun tracks that relish in their come up, “from chicken to sushi”. B. Smooth and Boogie Black also offer a turn up record titled “We Came to Get Down”, with more of a robotic and futuristic sound over a rhyming flow. “Talk My Shit” by Spark Ezy takes the cake with an incredible mix of Clash of the Titans and club beats over Ezy going in on falsified rappers.
John Jigg$ is known for his mic drop punchlines and “Nights Like This” is no exception. Bar for bar he highlights a young Jigg$ who visions his name in bright lights, to current time of burning stage bulbs worldwide.
B Smooth, Victor Daze, and Petawane take listeners back to that feel good, soul grabbing R&B. “Game Over”, Waste of My Time”, “Cheated”, “I Apologize”, and “You’re the One” are genuine records about love and heartbreak. Smooth, Daze, and Petawane haven’t lost sight of granting listeners a taste of their smooth and passionate sides.
The album concludes with a party mix of “Get’Em”, which embodies every decade of the finest music.