Ridin' High

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  • Summary: The debut full-length album for hip-hop producers Kyle "Keelay" Pierce and Tim "Zaire" Lewis.
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  1. 80
    Every single solitary track on this record maintains a cohesive vibe that will keep listeners cruising in their rides until they run out of gas; or weed, which ever comes first.
  2. Their tracks bounce lovelier than Joe Budden's girlfriend on that trampoline (consult YouTube), and they exhibit a flair that distinguishes their cross-continental steeze from that of any other beat team.
  3. Despite it's unevenness, Ridin High is a nice portfolio from an up-and-coming duo.
  4. Keeley & Zaire’s Ridin High has absolutely nothing to offer its listener or hip-hop at large except for a fat pile of old rap comfort food and, tucked evenly away from the beginning and end of the record’s runtime, two absolute fucking bangers in 'Addicts for Real' and 'We Made It.'
  5. While the final product from Kee & Zee is above-average, it easily could have been something great had the fat been trimmed and some guests left off the roster.