It's easy to dismiss Travi$ Scott's “Run The World” as another trippy, out-there release by a hip-hop star who has a penchant for the bizarre, but “Run The World” actually works. In fact, it's the perfect album to give you that “what the hell is going on” feeling after a long day.
“Run The World” starts out with a pretty cool beat from producer David Banner, and it's one of the more laid back sounds on the album. He uses his deep bass sound to add some extra percussion to the beat, which makes it stand out. The bass makes “Run The World” one of the more enjoyable and memorable hip hop albums I've heard in a long time.
Darrius Graham joins Travi$ on “Run The World” to make it an even more interesting collaboration. He adds some great voices over the drums and some very good rapping. The whole song feels very smooth, and it's great to hear him singing while he raps.
Finally, Jerry Wire lends a helping hand on “Run The World” on a track called “Blessings.” Jerry Wire is known for his hard hitting, yet soft sounding vocals, and he does a great job on this song. He doesn't have that super deep voice that you'd hear on some rap records, but he does a decent job of making sure that his voice fits the beat.
Overall, “Run The World” has some great beats, some really good lyrics, and some great rapping skills from Travi$. The best part about the whole project is that Travi$ and Jerry Wire is not afraid to show off their rap skills. There isn't one annoying verse on the whole record, which means that this project might actually be the one for you.
So if you're looking for a way to relax and unwind or just want something that will make you feel good all day, “Run The World” is definitely for you. If you want a great rap album, that will keep you dancing and pumped up, then you should definitely check out “Run The World.”
Darrius Garcia takes the mic on the first verse of the track, and it's great to hear his personality coming through as he raps. He sounds very confident in the verses and gives a great feeling that he knows what he's doing.
The final track on the album features Jerry Wire and Darrius Garcia on “Blessings,” and it's a great track. Jerry Wire raps about a lot of things on this song, and he does a great job of going over the top with some of the lyrics.
You'll see what I'm talking about when you hear it. This is a great release, and it is one that you won't want to miss out on.