Adam Calhoun - The Throne

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Artist :   Adam Calhoun
Album Name :   The Throne
Genre :   Hip-Hop/Rap
Tracks :   11
Relase Date :   02 November 2018
Country :   USA

The Throne (Adam Calhoun) Album Songs

Song Title Artist Time
1. Dennis Rodman Adam Calhoun 2:13
2. Catch Hell (feat. Katie Noel) Adam Calhoun 3:06
3. Country (feat. Upchurch & Demun Jones) Adam Calhoun 3:26
4. Racism Adam Calhoun 2:32
5. Shut up (feat. Big Murph) Adam Calhoun 2:33
6. Dying (feat. Mesus) Adam Calhoun 2:49
7. Smoke Adam Calhoun 2:04
8. My Town Adam Calhoun 2:43
9. Leonard Calhoun Adam Calhoun 2:35
10. Old Train (feat. Struggle Jennings) Adam Calhoun 3:21
11. Back Then (feat. Mr. Brodnax) Adam Calhoun 3:14

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  • Unbeatable skill

    Kristen & Luhk
    So much talent in one album! Dying, Back Then and Shut Up are my favorites!
  • Ayy👌🏼

    Look forward to future music! #America
  • Great music

    Great job Adam
  • Very original and enjoyable!

    Too bad the guy below me doesn’t know how to spell “rapper”. This is a great album with good lyrical hooks and memorable melodies. Do not listen to the negative reviews. All the negative reviews were written by the same people who think baby it’s cold outside is somehow a sexist song! 😂😂
  • Plus’s and Minus

    Not recycled music like what The Muddigger comps became but way to political at some points
  • If I could rate this higher then a five I would.

    Where I’m from some of the things he says in this album is only thought not spoken. He has the balls to say the things that need said. Respect
  • Um...

    What The Hell?!
  • The Throne

    Makes me wanna use the throne. What a tool.
  • 👍🏻

    Very good, but i enjoyed his album Ameracal better. Dennis Rodman was prolly my favorite song but Racism was pretty good to.
  • Social Pretenses

    Firm Flop
    For starters why is it all the sudden you have to be from a certain background to rap? Or have a certain style? Good for this guy for having the balls to try to break down the walls of social pretenses with this his new unique style. And for those all saying he has no skills, I’d love to see how easy you find it to mix, master, engineer, coordinate, and write just a single track, not to mention an above averagely long album, stop being butthurt and give respect where respect is due

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