Knomadz - The Gifted mp3 album
- Performer: Knomadz
- Title: The Gifted
- Genre: Hip-hop
- Formats: DXD AC3 TTA MMF VQF WAV WMA
- Released: 2001
- MP3 album: 1824 mb
- FLAC album: 1459 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 519
The Gifted is the third studio album by American rapper Wale. The album was released on June 25, 2013, in the United States by Maybach Music Group and Atlantic Records. The album features guest appearances from Meek Mill, CeeLo Green, Yo Gotti, Lyfe Jennings, Nicki Minaj, Juicy J, Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, 2 Chainz, and Tiara Thomas among others. The album was supported by four official singles- "Bad", "LoveHate Thing", "Bad (Remix)" and "Clappers".
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Brent Faulkner of PopMatters gave the album an eight out of ten, saying "All in all, Wale truly is ‘gifted’. Three albums in, Wale continues to impress with this prodigious rhymes and the ability assemble an album that is both consistent, intellectually stimulating, and enjoyable. Hey, he even makes a booty anthem like Clapper sound more refined than it really should be, regardless whether his partners in crime raunch it up. With no big time faux pas to be found, The Gifted is an extraordinary ‘gift’ to any hip-hop collection. Evan Rytlewski of The .
Released by Warner Music Group Jun 2013 15 Tracks. The Gifted is a English album released on Jun 2013. The Gifted Album has 15 songs sung by Wale, CeeLo Green, Yo Gotti. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Gifted songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Tag Archives: The Gifted Album. Flowking Stone – Robot (Prod by Masta Garzy). September 1, 2014 Motion Hype 0. Flowking Stone releases yet another song off his much anticipated The Gifted album. He calls this one Robot. The song was engineered by Masta Garzy and controlled by Stone himself. It’s just Too Strong, enjoy.
Wale’s third official album, The Gifted, had the bad luck to come out a week after Kanye’s Yeezus. It’s terrible timing for any pop album; for the former backpack rapper who found unexpected mainstream pop success who went into the studio to attempt a singular, definitive artistic statement, it's bound to set up some unfair comparisons. There’s also a vaguely beefy line in Heaven’s Afternoon about how Wale wears Givenchy but doesn’t wear kilts that doesn’t help the situation. That said, the fact that Wale’s decided to release such a left-field pop rap record at this point in his career.
|B1||Freedom Riders (Preamble)|
|B2||Freedom Riders Instrumental|
|B3||Freedom Riders Accapella|
|B5||Cold War Instrumental|
- Artwork By – Icepak, Rafa Sb
- Lyrics By, Performer – Demonology, Terry D.*
- Producer – DJMP (tracks: B1, B2), Demonology (tracks: A1 to A3, B4)