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The Arrival

by Will Vill

Real Hip-Hop at its Strongest; from the East Coast.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: East Coast
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Walk with the Bop (Intro)
2:00 $0.99
2. Outshine the Sun
4:32 $0.99
3. Dreams of Getting Murdered
4:53 $0.99
4. Front Page
4:43 $0.99
5. Wishes
3:34 $0.99
6. Clarify
4:16 $0.99
7. Blood & Sand
4:10 $0.99
8. Keep It Gritty
3:04 $0.99
9. Confused
3:47 $0.99
10. Headlock on Satan
3:30 $0.99
11. Exodus
1:39 $0.99
12. It's Only Right
4:14 $0.99
13. Free Will
4:33 $0.99
14. Behave Like A Slave
3:59 $0.99
15. When I Come Home
4:19 $0.99
16. Sincerely Yours (Outro)
2:47 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"The Arrival" is a BANGER! Its hip-hop at its strongest! It will usher in a new chapter in hip-hop - a new era. This album cannot be ignored. Will Vill and his team the Hashayshines are ready to make their mark in the game. This album is the first shot - one that will be heard and remembered - for a long time.

It takes off with the intro "Walk with the Bop." This track kicks it off with some real NYC attitude. It's the beginning of the first part of the album where Will introduces himself, where he's from, and what he's about. He's representing the hood - Washington Heights in Uptown Manhattan. He's also letting the world know that he and his team, the Hashayshines, have arrived. The second track "Outshine the Sun" is a song where Will is establishing himself as a key player in the game - an elite competitor. "Dreams of Getting Murdered" is the third track. Here, he's painting a picture of a modern day urban drama. It's a dark urban tale. In the fourth track, "Front Page," Will and Spoo the Noble are creating a scenario where there's drama, and letting people know that they know how to respond to it - they explain what'll go down when the beef is real. It's blazin!

"Wishes" is the next song - track #5. On this joint, Will talks about how life is and how he wishes it would be.... It's a deep track - check out the lyrics. In song #6, "Clarify," Will, Spoo, and Outty Cas are reppin' the Hashayshines - letting the competition know that the Hashayshines is strictly about the music. Number 7, "Blood and Sand" is a club banger! Will's letting the world know the he and his team are making their mark in the game and are prepared to enforce it! "Keep It Gritty" is an anti-player song, with a club bangin' beat and a catchy hook. Will and Outty Cas explain how they aren't high-rollers and ain't trying to be pretty for nobody. They keep it gutter - no dough for gold-diggin' chicks. The next track is "Confused." This is a laid back mellow type of track with some old-school flavor. Will's talkin' to a female that's basically afraid of taking it to the next level. He's expressing his frustration over the girl's indecisiveness. It's a smooth track. On song #10, "Headlock on Satan" Will's spittin' fire on this track, letting people know where he's at lyrically, and at the same time, explaining how he doesn't allow negativity to affect his focus.

The next track is an interlude - a transition to the next part of the album where he gets deeper. Apart from it being an interlude, "Exodus," is about the Hashayshines starting a movement in hip-hop, and how Will considers himself to be at the forefront of that movement. From there we move on to "It's Only Right" - track #12. This track is almost like a rags-to-riches story. Will, Outty Cas, and Catalyst are painting a picture of their current struggles in the hood and how it can't get any worse. It's a motivational track - the only thing left is to go out and get that money. It's time to make some power moves. Track #13 - "Free Will" - is a wake-up call to people in general. This song is lettin' them know it's time for them to open their eyes and realize their free will in jeopardy. "Behave Like A Slave" is on the same tip. This track is also a wake-up call. Cats in the hood living their lives blindly - focusing on material things - are playing right into the Devil's hands by being pawns in his Game. This song breaks down the systematics behind The Game. The last two songs on the album stand apart from the other tracks. In "When I Come Home" and "Sincerely Yours," Will is being more sincere and intimate with the audience. In "When I Come Home," he's trying to reach an understanding with God - trying to put all the drama and all the good times we face in the hood into perspective. The message is that the balance between the negative and positive makes it all worth living. This is the most feel-good track on the album. "Sincerely Yours" is Will's letter to the hood - trying to come to an understanding why we go through these dramas. Although he doesn't agree with all of the BS, he maintains faith in the hood and keeps rolling with it. This project is appropriately named as it will mark Will Vill's arrival in the hip-hop game, and beginning of something new. The time has come...



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andy da pharoah a.k.a k-oz

the best cd i ever heard and untill his next one
the street banger its whats real in the streets this album drops knowledge on the other wack ass albums.

undaground sam out of memphis tn

this is hot as hell!!!!!!
this is hot as hell!!!!this undaground sam out of memphis tn go to www.undagroundsam.com

JoN - JoN

The jont seems like it may be hot from the clips.Good shit no doubt!

dj come of age

This cd blew me away. After reading all the positive reviews I decided to chance what had so many people writing. Talk about lyrics!! Will puts it down. Short of a grand marketing scheme, there is no reason why this cd shouldn't be at the top of any hip hop charts!

andy from the bronx reppin the heights and dyckman and the bx

this album is so hot words cannot describe it u gotta listen urself
forget 5 stars i give it 10 stars and if it was the source 5 mics this album leeves u speechless the only words u will say r his rhymes and u will never get tired of it no matter how many times u listen to it, just get it if u dont have it u do not like rap keep doin it will..........1

What up world this is T-ZONE the music producer from Selma,NC this artist Will Vill, I would sign him myself to my own production company,and that's rare for me to say that's if you knew what music I produce out of my camp strictly Da HOTTNESS... Keep doing your thing son
From: T-ZONE


Watch Will Vill Slam It Yet Again!
Yo..Just check out Will Vill in his video "Man Listen", just input the title on a search engine along with Will Vill...I guarantee you will buy this album if you have not copped it yet!


All around classic rap album
Situtations we overlook are brought out to life by will vill, I just bought the album a few days ago, and I cannot stop listening to it. Dont overlook this album you will be more then glad that you bought it either your into hip hop, or staight hardcore rap 5 stars!!

fast clips

Raw album for the streets ya heard!
after listening to this album I know that this album will be a street classic. Either your a street thug, or a youngster just playing it in your cd player you will feel this album fo sho!!

p89 man

L the head who?
LIsten...the most amazing thing bout this nigga will vill is that this album is from 2001!!!! plus i heard that this album was being done since 1999 which makes it even more certain in my mind that this album is way ahead of his time. i like L the head toucha but come on man..if will was writing shit like this 5 years ago who knows where he's at now lyrically. if it were up to me i'd give this nigga 6 stars..i do think yall buggin for comparing anybody to pun though..will vill is his own emcee and i definitely think that he's gonna be in the forefront of this hip hop shit.
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