Like I Do is a crossover-quality track that will have fans of dance and R&B styles eagerly anticipating the rest of the efforts on GATA City. The production on Like I Do is stellar, pushing the instrumental and the vocal sides of the composition to an entirely new plateau. With this lively feel, listeners will be hurtled along GATA City until they come to I Like. I Like goes back into the early nineties and perfects the style of a CeCe Peniston or Madonna; there are nods here to house, trance, and a little Vogue before the cut spins to a halt.
Felinephunk is a high-energy track that links together Missy Elliott and Nicki Minaj into something that will tattoo itself deep into the minds and hearts of listeners. The production is able to unite the complex elements that are presented and ties them into a tight bow; there are so many twists and turns that listeners will have to play the track numerous times before they hear everything that TheGataNegrra placed here. Few albums are able to come forth and present a unique (but wholly unique) sound from onset to ending with as much confidence and allure as GATA City, and I believe that the album is able to have a much higher replay value than other titles of a similar ilk.
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Top Tracks: Felinephunk, Juliet is Bleeding
TheGataNegrra GATA City CD Review