100-Word Review: Daz Dilly’s ‘Weed Money’

06.02.14 4 years ago 8 Comments

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Daz Dilly’s latest solo album, Weed Money, is an unremarkable effort that can be summed up in one word: consistent. Songs like “448 Gramz” and “Real Wit’cha” show the project is like that one high that every stoner has, where absolutely nothing happens. In hammering down the same song twelve times over, Daz winds up turning Weed Money into album that sounds the same as a bowl of plain rice tastes. The occasional guest spots, like Soopafly on “1-2-3-4,” add some–albeit limited–seasoning, but not nearly enough to make Weed Money worth revisiting.

Standout Songs: “1-2-3-4”
Songs To Skip: “What’s Yo Pleasure,” “Scorcher,” “Overtime”

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