Don’t Tell Me It Can’t Be Done by Dizzy Wright

Album: Don’t Tell Me It Can’t Be Done

Artist: Dizzy Wright

Record Label: Funk Volume

Recommended Tracks: 5- “Dope Talent (feat. Logic), 6- “Me and Mine”

La’Reonte Wright, better known by his stage name Dizzy wright is an American rapper from Flint, Michigan. His album “Don’t Tell Me It Cant Be Done” was released on June 1, 2018 with a total of seven tracks with the featured artists Kid Ink, Logic, and Don Rich. Although it is not a lengthy album with it only being a total of 25 minutes long, the album has a spunk to it that will be worth listening to.

In the fifth track, Dope Talent (feat. Logic), the song starts off with a dope beat that catches your attention. Since Logic is featured in this song, it sounds like a beat that would be in one of Logic’s albums. This song is basically about how Dizzy Wright is blessed with all of the talent he has and in the song he mentions, “I used to think I didn’t have it, but I never give up on the challenge, you can say I can’t do it, I go out and do it”. This basically interprets to how people have put him down in the past and have told him that he is not capable of pursuing his dreams, but he proved them wrong by doing the things they said he would never be able to do.

In the sixth track, Me and Mine, it also starts off with a catchy beat along with a strong message. This song basically talks about how wright needs to take care of himself and his family, hence the title Me and Mine. He says how he has to “keep this money flowing” in order to provide. Wright mentions in this song, “what you livin’ for? I go to war for me and mine” which implies that he is willing to do anything and everything just to take care of not only himself but his loved ones which says a lot because not only is he following his passion of music, he is chasing money as a support system all together.

All in all, I really enjoyed listening to this album because it did not turn out to be how I expected it to be. Dizzy Wright’s songs in this album really caught my attention with his unique beats and his resemblance to other artists I am in favor of. If you and your friends are just hanging out together, you should pop on this album and enjoy it together like I did because I would rate this album a 4 out of 5.

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