Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Dank Sinatra begins with, "Keisha", an ode to marijuana with a verse from Rich the Factor. As seen on the album artwork this is a large part of Boy Big's subject matter although the album has many gems. "Believe In Me" with KCK's Calico perfectly highlights music in car stereos in Kansas City. The R&B singer also has many songs of pain, despair, and loneliness. In "Mother", Boy Big sings about his troubled upbringing and his mother's inspiration in his life. It is one of the album's best tracks. The album ends well with "Time For A Change", a cheesy but good Stevie Wonder-like song.