The Young Blayze – Young Blayze album was one of those No Limit albums that was supposed to be released during the New No Limit era and Universal era in 2002 but was never released due to the rising popularity and on 504 Boyz and Lil Romeo. No Limit’s focus on 504 Boyz and Lil Romeo is why this album was never released. There were songs recorded for the album. The Young Blayze – Young Blayze album was constantly advertised in No Limit album from 2002 to 2004. His album has that Southern rap sound with production from Kenoe and C-Los.
Young Blayze is eliminating rivals with his versatile lyrics on Lights Out. The song is backed by shakers and beats from Kenoe. Big money be that big in the Dirty South. Guns are strong like Teflon. Running with guns out with no hesitation. Eliminating rivals. Lights out. Young Blayze rides dirty like a tiger hunting down a birdie. Bringing something raw. He sends out bullets like FedEx. It’s just that hot down south. Young Blayze is highly anticipated. The anticipation for him is from his flows in his raps. Young Blayze is still in the mix in the bricks. He’s got Seawoodson’s on the truck grinning and spinning. Yes, sir.
Young Blayze’s rap style is benign as cancerous and effective emphatically on Whatz Up. He gives us spiritual and lyrical guidance with his lyrics on Whatz Up. His rhymes are so exciting to the point of inciting riots. His lyrics are just as versatile as they were on Lights Out. Young Blayze’s rap style is benign as cancerous and effective emphatically when he comes through. He blows spots and burns booth. He simultaneously brings heat which is delivered raw. You don’t want to get caught in a competition with his mighty lyricism. That is just another way for him to rhyme. His stories are so exciting to the point of inciting riots. So try his lyrical and spiritual guidance. Make room for his spiritual offering. Make room for the spirit. It’s so real.
I rate this album 3/5***.