posted Tuesday August 25, 2009 at 07:27AM PST | 4 comments
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Definitely not a 2 out of 5. It's an enjoyable album.
this album was fire em lil wyte and asher roth top 3 white rappers doin right now
Wyte's albums to me just kept getting better and better. I though The One and Only was his best work, although I kept asking myself "is he gonna say something new ?". Flow wise, his skills are tops, but often times he's just saying the same thing over and over.
I had high hopes for this album, but it was a major step down for him. His worst album to date. He said something new alright, but he said it for an entire album and as others stated, he's venturing into "pro-drug rap" which came and went years ago.
i dont fuck with drugs no more but i still carry that mentality and if it wasnt for lil wyte shit i dont know what i would jam to in the gym!