God Forgives I Don't

Studio Album by released in 2012
God Forgives I Don't's tracklist:
Pray For Us
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Pirates
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3 Kings (Feat. Dr. Dre And Jay-Z)
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Ashamed
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Maybach Music IV (Feat. Ne-Yo)
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Sixteen (Feat. Andre 3000)
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Amsterdam
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Hold Me Back
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911
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So Sophisticated (Feat. Meek Mill)
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Presidential (Feat. Elijah Blake)
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Ice Cold (Feat. Omarion)
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Touch N You (Feat. Usher)
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Diced Pineapples (Feat. Wale And Drake)
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Ten Jesus Pieces (Feat. Stalley)
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Triple Beam Dreams (Feat. Nas) (Bonus Track)
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Rich Forever (Feat. John Legend) (Bonus Track)
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God Forgives I Don't review

Rick Ross achieved everything independently

In the world of big music every single artist has his own unique path to follow. Some people have a shorter way, while others will have to spend several years in order to get close to musical Olympus. Rick Ross achieved everything by himself, with the help of his talent, perseverance and charisma. Nevertheless, it must be mentioned that his very first album managed to conquer three charts at the same time, and that success transferred Rick to the list of Premium-artist. The debut record Port of Miami was only a beginning, as you understand. Rock presented to listeners powerful sound and interesting lyrics (which included themes of drugs and other illegal issues). Actually that topic is a permanent element of Ross’ creativity, however sometimes it is substituted by another good old rap clichй – recitation of personal accomplishments. Well, Rick Ross turned from a young performer into a hefty artist in an incredibly short period of time. All his albums are probably the best possible proofs of that fact: golden statuses and first lines in various charts – quite an impressive result, is not it? In 2012 Ross released his fifth studio attempt titled God Forgives, I Don't. Listeners are about to get new hits and collaborations!

Epic title, epic sound of God Forgives, I Don't

The album God Forgives, I Don't was worked out on in an elaborated way. The process of its creation was quite long and sophisticated. It is well-seen at once: all the album’s aspects, from its cover to the smallest details in arrangements, are almost perfect. God Forgives, I Don't is opened by an introductory track Pray For Us, which creates rather gloomy mood. This one is followed by a mid-tempo song Pirates with beat, full of strong bass. Number three is definitely a hundred percent hit with an explicatory title 3 Kings. One of the most influential representatives of the world of hip-hop, Dr. Dre and Jay-Z, took part in creation of that song. However the star-featuring collaborations are not over, as you understand. The composition Maybach Music IV appeared due to help of Ne-Yo, and be sure that this track will make your speakers work really loud! God Forgives, I Don't includes purely impressive song called Sixteen, featuring another bright representative of southern rap school: Andre 3000. In tandem with Rick Ross he presented an excellent track with rememberable arrangement and interesting text. To be fair, in the aspect of lyrics the entire God Forgives, I Don't proved to be highly successful and original, as soon as Rick Ross has an immense life experience, and the artist seems to enjoy sharing his ideas and conclusions with listeners. That is why one should make sure to listen to the content really carefully.

Substantive work

God Forgives, I Don't can boast with its fascinating sound and diversity of techniques. Thus, for example, Touch N You, created alongside with Usher, is completely different and rather distant from minor and pushing 911. However producers made a great job and finally managed to make harmonious transitions between songs. Fifteen original compositions that last more than an hour – God Forgives, I Don't is no doubt a strong and impressive long play. Rick Ross once stated that he would not disappoint his fans. Sure, that kind of statement is audacious maybe, but when the artist is self-confident, then why not pleasing himself with such a strong phrase? Moreover – Ross did not let his fans down indeed. God Forgives, I Don't is performed in the rapper’s signature style: huge amounts of bass, scathing beats and professional recitatives. What else do the hip-hop lovers may need? Owners of Deluxe version are going to get two more amazing bonus tracks, recorded with such masters as Nas and John Legend. This is quite a weighty addition to the already strong long play, is not it? The very last song, Rich Forever, plays a good final chord on God Forgives, I Don't. Every person has his own way and his own values. Rick Ross has never hidden what he is willing to get. The musician achieves what he needs and wants. If you do not believe – just check out God Forgives, I Don't.