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Go! Pop! Bang! (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Go! Pop! Bang! (Deluxe Version) by Rye Rye. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 59:35 minutes.

Artist: Rye Rye
Release date: 2012
Genre: Electronica, Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock, Dancefloor, Dance Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 59:35
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No. Title Length
1. Drop 4:25
2. Holla Holla 2:44
3. Dna (feat. Porcelain Black) 3:53
4. Crazy Bitch (feat. Akon) 3:32
5. Hotter 4:15
6. Sunshine (feat. M.I.A.) 3:21
7. Boom Boom 3:22
8. Better Than You (feat. M.I.A.) 3:24
9. Never Will Be Mine (feat. Robyn) [R3hab Remix] 3:04
10. Dance 3:28
11. Shake Twist Drop (feat. Tyga) 3:45
12. Shake It to the Ground 2:47
13. Rock Off Shake Off (feat. M.I.A.) 3:44
14. New Thing 2:38
15. Hardcore Girls 4:18
16. Bang (feat. M.I.A.) 3:32
17. Never Will Be Mine (feat. Robyn) 3:23



Go! Pop! Bang! handsomely rewards the patience of those fans waiting in the wings for M.I.A.’s BFF to do her thing. After being shelved for way too long, Rye Rye’s debut album opens with the Bangladesh produced “Drop” — an appropriate name for a hammer-dropping hit laced with sultry rhymes phrased rapidly over old school 808 beats, hard bass grooves and vintage analogue textures. Anyone who discovered Rye Rye from Maya’s tours will be immediately drawn to the flirty showstopper “Holla Holla” with its deep love for Baltimore funk as well as the sassy “Hotter,” a hard-claiming standout peppered with keyboard hooks and ricochet beats. Akon makes a cameo in “Crazy B*tch,” an acoustic-guitar trimmed duet that plays like a harder OutKast with sidesplitting lyrics that hilariously champion dysfunctional relationships. Tyga also turns up on the boomy dance-floor jam “Shake Twist Drop.” And of course M.I.A. is here in full form starting with the quirky ‘80s flavored “Sunshine.” The Deluxe Version drops six extra tracks, but the street-tough “Bang” proves to be the most infectious.