Tinie Tempah - Disc-Overy
Tinie Tempah’s album Disc-Overy went straight to number one when it first released. The album includes the hit songs Pass out, Frisky, Written in the Stars and his new track with Swedish House Mafia;Miami 2 Ibiza. No doubt the rest of the songs on his album will be big hits.
The first song ‘Simply Unstoppable’. This song starts of with some heavy bass beats with an electro feel; the lyrics are quirky with lines such as ‘I’m a fine boy no pimple’ and ‘I like to say how it is like Simon’.
As the album moves on ‘Pass Out’ the number one hit single is down as the third track. Halfway through the album there is a laidback song called ‘Snap’ there is a slight jazz feel to the track that makes you feel pretty chilled which works well with the humorous tone of the lyrics.
Later Tinie Tempah's well known tracks Frisky, Written in the Stars and Miami 2 Ibiza are placed one after the other.
There are a lot of collaborations on this album including, Labrinth, Eric Turner, Ellie Goulding and Kelly Rowland.
If you are familiar with the music of Ellie Goulding, you wouldn’t put the two together, as they are both musically different. However the track ‘Wonderman’ puts together nicely, the rap of Tinie Tempah and the vocals of Ellie Goulding, both with very unique voices, the more you listen to it, the more it will grow on you.
‘Invincible’ with Kelly Rowland all round is a hit in itself, it is pretty impressive for someone to have a US star like Kelly Rowland appear on his first album, it goes to show how talented Tinie is and people who believe in his music. Whether or not if this track will be released or not, it is one of the best songs from the album.
The album ends with a track called ‘Let Go’ featuring Emeli Sande. You might recognise Emeli Sande from Wiley’s track ‘Never be your Woman’. This is the right track to end with, the sounds and lyrics appear quite dark but funny too as he raps to say ‘dear whoever, this is disc-overy love it or hate it’ it displays his passion and love for music.
Overall, whether you love him or hate him, this album is a huge success from someone who has just burst onto the music scene.
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