December, 24th 2016
Empire Season 1 album description:The serial movie with a straightforward plot – a dying father should hand over the business reins to one of his three sons – filled with music of single direction – a rap and black pop (light rap, in fact).
18 songs included in the collection, are written in the vast majority of its by Jussie Smollett and Yazz. The overall length is a little less than 40 minutes, the soundtrack includes only black artists that create quite the same type of mood – sad and upset.
In the serial movie, almost no one ever smiles and, probably, it is issued by its creators for some higher revelation of life – that it is very sad. Yeah, hit the mark.
What else can we say about the collection? The fact that it matches the serial movie where there are family plots and shootouts, background with the operation of a business empire, from which the name has gone for all the series – Empire. By the way, creators have already filmed a second season and he will actively start on our screens this fall (in general, the fall of 2015 promises to have a good harvest of many serial movies).
The collection contains both male and female performers: What Is Love is in the second category as Empire Cast – Keep It Movin'. A good representative of the first is the Tell The Truth.
If you are a bright fan of rap, but not black one, where one word goes through 5 filthy language words and clips are filled with women with enormous buttocks, and the weight of the chains and other sparkling nonsense on the neck and limbs surpasses 5 kilo – then this collection is for you. Pretty simple, this music, nevertheless, is an average, good selection of the genre, can give you 2/3 hours of musical pleasure. Well, that’s good that there is no Eminem. Reference: "Empire" Season 1: Wikipedia, Rotten Tomatoes