Longevity Music – “Exposure Compilation”
Reviewed by: Joshua Dwight
Rating: 7.01 (Out of 10)
verb [ trans. ] (often be exposed)
make (something) visible, typically by uncovering it
Exposure has a theme of exposing people to Christ, Truth, and Real Life Issues like the consequences of selling drugs, etc.
The Compilation project from Longevity Music (founded by Corey Hicks) features artists: Joint Heirz, Moon Man Clique, and Corey Hicks himself. The production is enough to make anyone want to jump to preview the album. The Production is from: Marv4mobeats, Tee Wyla, Chrysbeats, Levester Whte, Higher Innerprice, Esso, Corey Hicks, B. Wright, and Jaleel.
First things first, if you are a Corey Hicks fan… You are delivered the same music you came to love in the first place. Corey Hicks flipped his style of music that most fans are used to (and love), and that’s that grimy, bumping, southern style New Orleans rap.
The tracks that stuck out the most to me on this compilation were: Exposure, Whole 9, The Game, Bold, and My Everything. However I did think that the entire album was fairly decent and noteworthy.
“My Everything” was probably the best track on the CD. Angelle Zachary shined through on the hooks with Corey Hicks laying it down on the verses in a way that was outside of the box and a little different than what you would expect from him. The song is just one of those tracks that has the potential to be a “Hit”.
You can find out more about Longevity Music and their artists online by visiting: http://longevitymusic.com
• Music: 7 of 10
• Flow / Delivery: 6 of 10
• Lyricism: 5.7 of 10
• Content: 6 of 10
• Creativity / Originality / Relevancy: 7 of 10
• Credibility / Confidence: 7.6 of 10
• Personality / Character: 8 of 10
• Presentation Quality: 6.8 of 10
• Overall Production Quality: 8 of 10
• Potential Impact: 8 of 10