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Album Review: Roland Ross - Copy Dey Code

28 January 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

COPY DEY CODE by ROLAND ROSS
Release Date: December 10, 2016
Formats: digital, vinyl, cd

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Copy Dey Code has soul.  HipCo music is known for being grona boy music, but this album is full of inspirational storytelling.  I will give this album 10/10.  Roland is more of a singer than a rapper and I am glad he did more singing on this album than rapping.  It is a beautiful album.  Below is a list of my favorites on the album.

1. Give Me Your Love: It is the 5th track on the album.  The song is just beautiful.

2. You Bless.: It is the 2nd track on the album .

3. Copy Dey Code: It is the 4th track on the album, featuring his brother VIC.

Overall, the whole album is dope. Perfect for a road trip. 

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