Rob Made starts off the compilation with one of my favorite releases from him yet, “Tha Hood.” With a hint of Arabian strings, a Snoop Dogg vocal sample from Pussycat Dolls’ “Buttons,” and that signature sleazy bassline this track is simply an infectious party starter. Up next is Miami local and Sleazy Deep star, DISTRKT, who offers up a saturated bassline, interestingly chopped vocal samples, and spacious elements with “My Own Bass.” DJ/production duo Vijay & Sofia Zlatko dish out a simple, yet extremely effective heater for us with “Drop It Like It’s Hot.” With a gangster transposed-down vocal sample, and complimentary basslines it’s received support from the likes of Klle Dawid, Dogreen, and Diamn and after giving it a listen, you’ll understand why. One of the most underrated G-house producers out there in my opinion, Holt Blackheath, proves that he’s a force to be reckoned with in his Sleazy debut with “Ain’t Nothing But A G (House) Thang.” The Snoop Dogg/Dr. Dre samples work so perfectly with the bouncy, vicious bassline that it’s impossible not to dance when this track drops. Ania Iwinska takes N.E.R.D.’s 2001 hit “Lapdance,” and transforms it into a bootytech-infused club-ready track just waiting to destroy dancefloors. Closing things out for the compilation is Cucumbers, who provides an astounding remix to Herbie Hancock’s 1984 classic, “Rockit.” With the immediately recognizable synth line mixed in with a heavy bass and gangster vocal sample.
All in all, this album gives a little taste of what to expect from Sleazy G in the coming months: peak-set Bangerz that are as unique as they are gangster.