Coming across like something of a mantra, The Players Anthem weighs in at only a little below three minutes.
La’Don is a hip-hop artist based in Chicago. What’s unique about LA’DON is his Smooth Wordplay With A Soulful Sound. This Talented 23-Year-Old Turn Heads With Powerful Storytelling On A Wide Range Of Topics Inspired By Legends Like Nas, Jay Z, J . Cole, And More. His Music Is Best Described As A Journey To His Own Legacy. Whether He is Making A Banger Like His Latest Titled “The Players Anthem” Or Paying Tribute To Hometown Tragedy Of Kenneka Jenkins In “Lil Mama Story”, La’Dons Rich Voice And Unique Narrative Drive Listeners To Want More.
The Players Anthem starts with a mellow synth that works as an infectious hook. The beats are smooth and muted. The music goes on with a lot more computerized synths along with the infectious chorus. The lyrics are flawless and effortlessly cool. La’Dons unique narrative singing surprisingly is enjoyable that we wanted to listen to the song twice. He sings about a prostitute who tries to earn some money off him. The vocals are strong, straight, and confident. Overall the production is quite good.