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Artist: Dizzee Rascal Album: The Fifth

Year: 2013
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Dizzee Rascal's 'The Fifth' Album: A Critical Review

Dizzee Rascal has been in the music industry since the age of 16, where he started off as a garage MC in London. He eventually rose to fame in the early 2000s with his debut album 'Boy in da Corner' which won the Mercury Prize. He is a pioneer of grime, a genre that originated in London and has grown in popularity around the world. Dizzee Rascal has continued to innovate and experiment with his music, showing his growth as an artist. In this blog post, we will be taking a critical review of his 5th studio album 'The Fifth'. We will be discussing the music genre of the album, the best songs of the album, the most innovative parts of the album, and a critic of the album.

'The Fifth' is a grime and hip-hop album that shows Dizzee Rascal's growth as an artist. The album was released in September 2013 and has a total of 16 tracks. One of the standout tracks of the album is 'Love This Town', which features vocals from Teddy Sky. The song has a catchy chorus with a danceable beat that makes you want to move. 'Love This Town' is a more commercial sounding track and shows Dizzee Rascal's ability to create a hit that appeals to a wider audience.

Another great song on the album is 'I Don't Need a Reason'. The song is another upbeat track that has a catchy chorus. The music video for 'I Don't Need a Reason' is also noteworthy, featuring Dizzee Rascal performing stunts on a motorcycle. The song is a great example of the energy that Dizzee Rascal brings to his music.

The most innovative part of the album is the incorporation of different sounds and influences. Dizzee Rascal worked with producers from around the world to create a unique sound that is a fusion of grime, hip-hop, and EDM. One of the tracks that showcase this fusion is 'Something Really Bad', which features will.i.am. The track has a danceable beat with electronic elements and a catchy chorus.

However, the album is not without its flaws. Some of the tracks on the album feel like filler tracks and lack the energy that Dizzee Rascal is known for. 'Goin' Crazy', which features Robbie Williams, is an example of a track that falls flat and doesn't bring anything new to the album.

In conclusion, 'The Fifth' album by Dizzee Rascal is a great addition to his discography. The album showcases Dizzee Rascal's growth as an artist and his ability to innovate and experiment with his music. The album's fusion of different sounds and influences is a refreshing take on grime and hip-hop. While the album is not without its flaws, it's still a great listen for anyone who's a fan of Dizzee Rascal's music or is interested in the grime genre.