Crew Love: 2013 Houston Music In Review [@bornceo] Day & A Dream Team December 31, 2013 Music Instead of doing the usual bland ass best of list, the Day & A Dream staff was asked to pick their five favorite Houston related music projects of the year. Here’s Monica Jones’ picks for her favs of the year, from a longtime favorite to a bit of new blood in between. Propain; Ridin’ Slab (production choices, themed content, Narration from Lil Keke made this album overall my favorite. Delorean; Grace (Notable features, garnered more than local buzz, good singles & visuals, BET Backroom Freestyle) Nick Greer & The G’s; Nick Greer & The G’s (Just Different, Breath of fresh air eclectic mix of sounds that hip-hop originated from, live instrumentation enhanced the sound) Roosh Williams; Déjå Roo: Times Have Changed (notable features, album controversy, more than local buzz, good visuals and singles selection) Slim Thug; Boss Life (Comeback project aside from his last lazy mixtapes, Thugga came back lyrically harder and picked great choices for production and features, promotion/marketing #PopTrunkShop was creative and paid homage to the hustle of Houston’s underground music scene.) Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.