Kevin McCall – Definition Album Review by Victoria Asbury

Kevin McCall- Definition soulhead.com album review

Artist: Kevin McCall
Title: Definition
Released: February 14, 2013
Producer: Kevin McCall, various
Genre: R&B, Rap
Hood:  Watts, CA USA
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Kevin McCall gave R&B and rap listeners a new mix-tape for Valentine’s Day 2013. Although Definition is a pretty decent collection, the mix-tape would have been pretty damn dope if McCall would have stuck to writing and allowed heavy hitters, such as Chris Brown, to lay down the vocals.

At its core, Definition is a street-like R&B album with rapping interspersed throughout.  The majority of the vocals, both singing and rapping, come from McCall. However, there are several guest appearances including Tank and 2 Chainz. Ten of Definition’s 13 tracks are about sex. The other songs—tracks 10, 11, and 12—are about money, gold diggers, and partying, respectively.

No track on this album has the potential to be commercially successful. However, if Chris Brown covered “Dance for Me”, Tyrese covered “Vowels,” and Trey Songz covered “Best Part,” McCall would probably have some hits.  With that said, Definition is a basic R&B mix-tape that has a lot of potential if K-Mac stays in his writing and producing lanes.

Favorite Tracks: Anticipation, Vowels, Almighty Dollar

Rating: B

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