Kevin Rudolf-In The City Full Album Zip Hit
we are looking for captains to sail with us out of gloucester, massachusetts. season begins in september and runs through april. we have an experience charter operator. we are a family run charter company for the past 10 years. if you have experience with boats, we are looking for new captains. the boat will be a 70 foot trawler with a 100 ton uscg license. you will need to be able to pass a background check and be comfortable working in a team environment. we pay by the trip based on experience. i am not looking for bus drivers. you will be performing maintenance as required. will also be required to be able to work with a crew during the day in some capacity as circumstances require along with interacting with the patrons. we pay by the trip based on experience, also with occasional gratuities. three position: 1) licensed captains needed to run our 70 foot trawler which will be a private charter operator. 2) uscg captains needed to run our 32 foot pontoon cycle tour boat. part time and/or full time. 3) uscg captains needed to run our 45 foot catamarans which will be a public charter operator. 90 minute tours in gloucester harbor and possibly in the annasquam river.
the album begins badly with in the city, which attempts to be gritty and grown up but fails miserably. the songs gangsta-tastic use of both violent imagery and misogyny smacks of a cheap attempt to hop on a bandwagon. things get worse on the crunk-lite let it rock where the bouncy yet boring and predictable tune is buoyed by an appearance from cash money label-mate lil wayne (not as good as lil john but much better than lil chris). lil wayne sounds bored and phones in a rather uninspired rap about movie stars or something, i hear lindsey lohan loves it elsewhere the likes of i song are poor ballads that sound like one republic. lyrically the album is the usual lazy platitudes that fill the top 40. inspiring lines such as in the city of dreams/you get caught up in the schemes/and fall apart at the seams probably wont keep bob dylan up at night.
the ”in the city” album was released on june 15, 2015 and debuted at number one on the billboard 200.  in its first week, the album sold 131,000 copies.  the album was also the number one digital and streaming album in the us.  the album has sold 784,000 copies in the us as of september 2015.  the album sold an additional 180,000 copies in the us in its second week, bringing its total sales to 1.1 million in the us as of january 2016. 
since 2002, kevin rudolf has been playing music for a living. he started out as a solo act in 1998 with just a guitar, a beat-box and an attitude,  he was the quintessential garage-rocker making garage-pop records. he then went on to become a key member of the late 2000s pop-rnb/hip-hop crossover movement,  making a string of hits with justin timberlake and timbaland. kevin rudolf has never been afraid to try new things; in 2002 he created the genre of electronic-pop and in 2008 he even attempted a foray into rock, with his self-titled album. despite all this, he still has an abrasive edge that only a handful of artists can pull off.  he’s been in six major label albums, with a seventh on the way, a burgeoning career as a producer and a touring schedule that has brought him to the uk, japan, switzerland, australia and all over north america.  while some of his music sounds like it came from the late ’90s, his early work was actually released in the 2000s. in the beginning, kevin rudolf was on the fringes of the hip-hop industry, and he cultivated a reputation for being a bit of a maverick. he’s made a conscious choice to remain true to himself and not go with the flow, and he’s done that better than just about any other artist of his generation.