Download links and information about Express Yourself by Diplo. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 6 tracks with total duration of 24:37 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|1.||Express Yourself (feat. Nicky Da B)||4:37|
|2.||Barely Standing (feat. Datsik & Sabi)||4:42|
|3.||No Problem (feat. Flinch & My Name Is Kay)||3:38|
|4.||Move Around (feat. Elephant Man & GTA)||3:14|
|5.||Butters Theme (feat. Billy the Gent & Long Jawns)||4:26|
|6.||Set It Off (feat Lazerdisk Party Sex)||4:00|
Diplo somehow found time to bust this party-friendly six-pack while working on publishing a book, producing Usher’s chart-topping “Climax,” and mixing a Major Lazer single. And even while he’s got a grip of guest vocalists sharing the mic, there’s no mistaking that Diplo is the host of his Express Yourself festivities. New Orleans MC Nicky Da B leads off the opening title track with some of his signature ping-pong bounce. It nearly upstages Diplo’s handclap-heavy mix, where rapid-fire beats blast under bubbly analog chirps. Datsik & Sabi put sass into “Barely Standing,” a deep dubstep cut percolating with what sounds like vintage Atari videogame samples and a vision-blurring bass. Flinch & My Name Is Kay toughen up “No Problem,” a fluttering jam with laser-blast effects going off under intimidating vocals and a Miami-flavored foundation. Diplo employs tons of organic-sounding percussion throughout “Move Around,” nearly burying Elephant Man’s toasting in this hyper dancehall standout. “Set It Off (feat. Lazerdisk Party Sex)” closes with pitched-up vocals squeaking over Peter Gabriel samples and early-‘90s house beats.