This week I have a couple of gems in store, at least according to my taste. With busy season in my rear view mirror, I can now focus on important stuff, like getting my body fat below 12% and sculpting my body even more. In order to do that I’m going to need some workout music. Here are a few tracks, I picked up in the past week that will be in the iPod rotation
Kid Cudi – ” I Do My Thing” feat Snoop Dogg. I am a big Cudi, fan and I’ve been one pre “Night & Day” his style of hip hop is unique, as he bares his soul and takes you through the pains and struggles of his life. This track is a just a feel good get high, get drunk song.
Note: Jim Gets Slim does not advocate illegal drug use.
Ciara- “Ride the Beat” feat. Ludacris.
I can’t explain my affinity for brainless no talent R&B/Pop songs by artists who have little to no vocal ability. However, if I were going to pick my favorite such artist it would be Ciara. I think my love affair for her happened back when she the two singles off her album before last “Promise” and “Like a Boy”. I don’ know what it is but I love athletic girls and Ciara definitely takes care of her self (Visual evidence below). Ludacris also chips in with a verse and kills it as per the usual.
J. Cole – “We On”
This song was supposed to be on the DJ Khaled album “Victory”. I don’t know why it was dropped, that CD will most likely be used as a coaster before it enters my CD Player.
I am not sure there is rapper who comes as hard and as consistent as J. Cole does on every song. His flow and aggression is workman-like. If he keeps up at this rate he will be one of the all time greats. I have yet to hear a song from him I did not like. I almost want him to come weak on a verse or on a song, so I can find something to dislike. However, he disappoints every time. I guess I’ll just sit back and enjoy greatness unfold before my eyes.
Side Note as of right now: J. Cole>>>Cudi>>>Jay-Z