From the candy-painted slabs and slowed-up streets of Houston comes a rapper named Le$. ‘Dios, Vol. 1’ is one of his many albums and definitely not one of his weakest. With its 12 tracks, Le$ paints a picture of his life and journey in this album. He is coming to his fans with a personal and real vibe throughout the album.
One of my favorite tracks on this album is “Long Ride”. It details the long road from being under his parent’s wings to being a grown man standing on his own two feet. “Don’t remember where I started, I just wanna go the farthest” is one of the lines from the song which entails the long journey that he’s taken to get where he is today.
“Opus” is the opening song on the album. The melodic beat contains a Hip Hop, RnB, and Soul vibe which will take older listeners back to the days when they were younger. Despite the album being as recent as 2020, Le$ has an old soul which can reach all ages.
Le$ claims he is ‘sick’ in the 8th tack on the album titled “Sick”. He exclaims how he is ‘sick’ of the haters in his city who emit negative vibes when he is pushing positivity. Surely, we as Americans can relate to coming from whatever city you’re from when it comes to haters. Listening to this song will have you ignoring the negativity and staying on the positive track that Le$ is promoting through his raps.
This album is on all streaming services such as Apple Music, Spotify, etc. Listen to ‘Dios, Vol. 1’ by Le$ for yourself and pick your favorite songs from the album. Mr. Dph highly recommends this album to you and wants all of the cruisers to ride to this masterpiece.