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Flying Colours
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Flying Colours is the fourth studio album by Canadian rapper Shad, released in Canada on 15 October 2013. The album was a shortlisted nominee for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize. Tabassum Siddiqui of NOW gave high praise to the versatile production and lyrical delivery made throughout the album, concluding that "the result is a record that fully reveals all of Shad's musical colours.

Flying Colours (Shad album). Studio album by Shad. Genre The album was a shortlisted nominee for the 2014 Polaris Music Prize.

Stream Shad - Flying Colours, a playlist by Shad from desktop or your mobile device. Album release date: 15 October 2013. 1. Fam Jam (Fe Sum Immigrins).

Intro: Lost (featuring Lisa Lobsinger, Kamau and K-OS). Yall Know Me (featuring Ebrahim). He Say She Say. Dreams. Stylin (featuring Saukrates). Progress (Part 1: American Pie, Part 2: The Future Is Here). Remember to Remember (featuring Lights). Love Means (featuring Eternia). Thank You. Epilogue: Long Jawn.

Rarely does Flying Colours venture into anything experimental, but Shad is certainly tackling tracks with greater thematic weight than what we’ve seen from his past records. His flow and us persona recall a young College Dropout era Kanye West. It might be Shad’s most accomplished track to date, and is easily the most memorable moment on the album. Shad’s style is refreshingly honest and seems entirely reflective of Shad’s persona.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Lost (Intro) Shad 4:37
2 Yall Know Me Shad 3:24
3 Fam Jam (Fe Sum Immigrins) Shad 3:32
4 He Say She Say Shad 3:50
5 Dreams Shad 3:32
6 Grace (Interlude) Shad 0:59
7 Stylin Shad 3:52
8 Progress Progress, Pts. 1-2: American Pie/The Future Is Here Shad 7:07
9 Remember to Remember Shad 4:36
10 Love Means Shad 4:45
11 Thank You Shad 4:47
12 Long Jawn (Epilogue) Shad 6:57


Shad - Primary Artist
  • Eayaroler
I bought this album years ago and still listen to it. One of the best albums I've heard. You go Shad!