Music Review: ‘Stacked’ Kash Doll

Album cover. Courtesy photo

  The moment that you’ve all been waiting for is finally here, Kash Doll is back with another album and it’s better than ever. On this album she has artists Big Sean, Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Summer Walker and Teyana Taylor. There are seventeen songs on this album.

As I listened to all seventeen songs, I fell in love with the whole album. Kash Doll has always been a hit but I feel this is one of her better albums. Her collaboration with Summer Walker, Trey Songz, Lil Wayne and Big Sean added a different flavor to the album making it an upbeat, and overall vibe.

 I was excited to see , rapper Big Sean appear as a feature on one of Kash dolls songs. Big Sean is another artist who has been hiding, from making music. But, Kash Doll and Big Sean’s collaboration on the song “Read Set”, made me want to dance and excited to see what was next on her album.

But if I had to give an overall rate for this album it would be  a 9 out of 10. 

My top four  favorite songs from this album would be ”Feel Something”, “No lames ”, “Excuses” and “Ice Me Out”  .

“Feel Something,” featuring. Teyana Taylor was a feature on this song  which added a special touch to this song. I was happy to see that Kash Doll didn’t only rap but she attempted to sing as well. It didn’t sound bad but it definitely shocked me because that is something I never heard from her. But I overall like the song, it is definitely a good song to listen to when working out or before going to a party. 

“No lames” featuring Summer Walker. This song was a lot slower than Kash Dolls other songs on this album. I feel that Summer Walkers voice is very soft and soothing making this song more enjoyable. I like the message in song, and I was able to relate to some of the things they spoke about. 

“Ice Me Out” was released in 2018 as a single, it was one of my favorites then and still is one of my favorites today. But it is still listed as a song on her new album “Stacked”. In addition, I like the aggression in her voice and how she demands for the things she wants. I feel that this song is different from any other artists I’ve heard. I feel its very catchy and memorable. 

  “Excuse” opens with the sample from the song You’re All I Need by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell. The beginning of the song was slow but the beat picked up as the song continued making it fun to listen to. I also feel this song is memorable because of the sample. When the song first opened with the Marvin Gaye sample I was able to start singing the song because I know the Marvin Gaye song. I feel this song would reach a lot of the older and younger generations who like hip-hop music.