Maybach Music Group - Self Made Vol. 3

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"Self Made 3" is a good introduction for Rockie Fresh, but lazy features and forgettable production keep the album from living up to the standard set by MMG.

Maybach Music Group helped rewrite the book on how to make quality Hip Hop label compilations. Ideally, it’s a deceptively simple formula featuring guest appearances from some of the best mainstream rappers in the game, plying their trade over top notch production. Combining Rick Ross, Stalley, and Nipsey Hu$$le over a smooth piano-laden beat (Self Made Vol. 2’s “Fountain Of Youth”) or pairing Wale, Meek Mill, and a hungry J. Cole for flossing and sneaker head talk (Self Made Vol. 1’s “Fitted Cap”) has enabled the Self Made series to stand out from the dozens of other e-mailed “collaborations” flooding Hip Hop. While there are signs of the previously successful formula on Self Made 3, lazy features and forgettable production prevent the album from living up to the standard set by Ross and his entourage.

The first Self Made project established Meek Mill as a bankable soloist. While “I’m A Boss” helped develop a buzz for a younger, then unproven Meek, “Tupac Back” gave him another look that helped push him into the forefront of conversations about up and coming artists. Self Made 2 brought Omarion and French Montana into the fold, but starred Wale, who at the end of 2011 dropped his second album, Ambition, and had gotten heavy mainstream appeal with “Lotus Flower Bomb.” Chicago’s Rockie Fresh—one of MMG’s newest additions—is clearly the scene-stealer of Self Made 3. The young Chicagoan appears on one of the album’s lead off singles, “God Is Great,” holds his own on one of the project’s better songs, “Black Grammys,” while narrating another (“The Great Americans”). On “Black Grammys” Fresh raps, “I’m looking at the plan, like this shit might work / But if it don’t work, then this shit might hurt / We made first and goal, now we gotta convert / Gotta get a couple mill, then go for dessert / I’m tryin’ to break the bank, I ain’t breaking the news / That negative attention be the reason we lose / Instead of paying bills niggas wanna buy shoes / If it’s money over bitches, is it that hard to choose…”

Interestingly enough, the biggest highlight of Self Made 3 comes from another Chicagoan. Lupe Fiasco’s effort on “Poor Decisions” will probably be in the running for one of the best verses of 2013. Lupe opens the verse with “The Beloved T-Rex says / Grown man bars is somethin’ you gotta deal with / Whole hand cards but nothin’ that you can build with / That sound like bullshit from out a bull mouth / even a tepee is a full house…” The verse in its entirety is sure to remind listeners just how great Lupe can be.  

Unfortunately, all the features on Self Made 3 don’t have the same impact as Lupe. “Lay it Down” features the incarcerated Lil Boosie, rapping about, “having niggas running like Jackie Joyner-Kersee,” The cliché line may not have been as bad if not for several other clichés spit on the same song. While Fabolous makes a decent showing on “The Great Americans,” his rapping of “You take the best pictures, you should win an insta-Grammy” on “Know You Better” negates the positives of the aforementioned song. “The Plug” finds Meek Mill telling a story of robbing his connect. While the tale of “robbing papi” has been told a million times in Hip Hop, Meek’s yelling, high energy flow, along with the stereotypical Latin drug supplier interludes within the song add nothing new to a tired trope. Similarly, Rick Ross’ ability to craft great songs themed after expensive cars (“Maybach Music” “Aston Martin Music”) isn’t reflected on “Gallardo.” The race car sound effects, along with female hooks of “I only fuck with niggas in them Lambos” and “Niggas buying pussy, niggas buying pussy” cheapen the song to the point where it can’t be saved by a Gunplay verse.

Self Made 3 is a good introduction for young Rockie Fresh. But for those who were listening to the project for Meek Mill, Wale, or Ross, may be disappointed. Rarely on the project do any of the other MMG members shine. Overall, the album lacks the shine and luster of the previous two Maybach Music Group compilations.

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96 Comments

  • DJ

    Ross slick, Meek slick but besides them MMG sucks

  • Alex Forrest

    MMG all day homies meek mill is the best rapper alive

    • Anonymous

      you cant honestly be serious. what are you on bath salts? if meek was the last rapper alive he still wouldnt be the best

  • Anonymous

    no one cares about MMG anymore....and neither do they, with meek and wale pulling a prank on their fans. really!?!?!?! ....

  • Anonymous

    Stalley is definitely Dead Mike ...Rick Ross is MC Gusto...Wale is the poet for the ladies whose raps aren't really positive for ladies #CB4

  • Anonymous

    fakest crew in rap fuck these fuck boys

  • bizzalls

    Good, God this is horrible...

  • Curren$y

    Ayo rockie fresh you need to cut me a check bro. You and everyone else jackin' my style!!

  • Anonymous

    WHACK!! album...all that hype up for nothing. I would never have to hype up my album knowing it's dope. These dudes are trying to make it seem like their music is fiyah...when it aint! MMG is WHACK!!!!!!....and I used to live in Miami...the real niggas are Trick Daddy, Luke, Dj Uncle Al(rip), and other real cats out of Dade.

  • Miss

    Give me a break this is not good rap there isn't very much good rap that comes out these days, mostly recycled ideas but as far as people saying that Artie should've actually done the things a rap about is bull. Very little artist have done the things the same wrap or talk about. if they had it wouldn't be art.

  • Anonymous

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  • Anonymous

    Damn Homie!!!!!!!!!! 51,355 First week. shit thats tough titties. Ross couldnt even afford to buy a few thousand like he usually does after Reebok dropped his ass and now hes making as much as Mac Miller and Questlove....

  • Anonymous

    its over for MMG Forbes list came out, no wale, no meek mill. and ross barely made it. ross made as much as mac miller and questlove last year!!! LMAO

  • Anonymous

    Anyone seen that article on Embarassing Old Rapper tweets Rocky Fresh was hating on Ross HARD!!! then he signed a deal with him. fake nigga Meek was tweeting 50 cent everyday on some dickriding shit clowning ross French montana was calling him officer ricky i think they were all saying wale was trash, at least meek and rocky this gotta be the lamest and fakest crew in all of rap they dont even like each other!

  • Margena

    smoking gun has file of 50 restriction order http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/crime/surveilling-50-cent

  • Anonymous

    Remember the Encore? It was disappointing to say the least, the album could of been better though. Here is a site that tells you why and gives you a way to hear the album the way it should of been heard. Not to mention give you something to listen to until the MMLP2 drops. www.eminemalbum2014.com

  • LOX

    Not a much of a fan of mmg but I give them credit for actually putting out albums n promoting their artists regularly Ross - He can rap but the whole lying bout being a c.o always gon haunt his career. Wale - cant stand that fuck-boy got type a face I wanna bust up Meek - I thought he was good when he first arrived but he is trash shouty nigga and all he talks bout is his money cars n fuckin watch Gunplay - Not a bad rapper but he is one annoying motherfucker his interviews piss me off I couldn't sit near that guy nigga is just goofy annoying crackhead Rockie Fresh - first I heard him kinda similar to currensy nutin special Stalley - Hes decent doest fake being g'd up n shit

    • Brandon

      How Ross not coming forward him being a CO at the age of 19 got to do with him making music. He went from rags to riches and you talking about him being a CO at 19 is haunting his career going forward. Shut up..your stupid comments will haunt your non-career!

  • Anonymous

    i wouldnt even bust up my weed on this cd case

  • Gucci Mane Army Strikes Again And DX Dont Like This

    GUCCI MANE is the realest rapper and heres why. 1) all other rappers rap about being gangster shooting and killing but they havent done it. 2) Eminem raps about killing he hasnt. 3)Jay z raps in open letter about sending shots he hasnt. 4)Nas raps about how he is a queens thug but he wasn't. 5)Most of the rappers rap about stuff they havent done yet you all support them and say its real rap. 6)When rick ross does it you all claim he is fake and say its fake rap. This shows that hiphop fans are hypocritical and all these real hiphop fan wanna be's are just some unjustified haters whose opinions are just as irrelevent as the swag fag rapper fans. GUCCI MANE KILLED A MAN HE WAS A DRUG DEALER BEFORE RAPPER HE HAS STREET CREDENTIALS HE IS THE ONLY RAPPER THAT RAPS ABOUT FACTS THERE FORE BIG GUWOP IS THE REALEST RAPPER IN THE RAP GAME AND THATS A FACT!

    • Hope

      lol! Your last statement about Gucci cracks me up. I was watching a Charlamagne interview on you tube where he says Gucci is the boogeyman of hip hop and he really scares him cause he seems demented. You reminded me of that. Moving on- How do u know Em and Hov didn't shoot nobody? I mean hypothetically speaking they probably might have executed the perfect murder... Rappers tend to lie and embellish the truth a lil but at least they(Em and Hov) weren't officers of the law once upon a time! That's like an ex Al-Qaeda extremist getting hired at homeland security, probably a bad example but you get where I'm going with this. #jusSaying

  • Anonymous

    this album is pretty good for rocky fresh

  • Brenda

    This shit causing PROBLEMS for rappers everywhere http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZZPazxsQXk

  • no way jose

    Who gives a fuck? Rockie Fresh eats it.

  • Anonymous

    How they put 20 niggas on 1 album and still only sell 50k?

  • Anonymous

    Why do these Ross fans/stans get so mad and always bring up 50 cent? what does he gotta do with anything? Y'all are so insecure about listening to the fakest nigga in rap you gotta try and discredit one of the only real niggas to ever do it.

    • Anonymous

      50 Cent never shot anybody. He was a horrible drug dealer. He's faker than Ross, who at least finally admitted he had briefly been a C/O. Where's Street King, huh? Banks? Yayo? Anybody? G Unit has left da building folks, while MMG stays releasing albums, and making money off touring. 50K? That's nothing, homie. A blip on the radar.

  • HIPHOP is ENTERTAINMENT

    Okay we know Ross is a former cop but what about: 50 Cent snitch to the feds T.I. snitch to the feds. getting a year for buying illegal weapons?? come on??? Young Jeezy was not bmf and Gucci Mane exposed him as a fraud mobb deep making music since they were 13/14 years old so off course they were never criminals ice cube was 14/15 years old when he joined cia and later n.w.a off course he was never a gangbanger eminem never was a serial killer or a homo hater. he did a song with elton john nas wasnt really nas escobar the gunslinger. Fans don't realize hiphop is ENTERTAINMENT! who cares if rick ross was a former cop its about music.

    • g.d.stubbs

      y'all are hilarious. it's like a dave chapelle skit. do you guys really need father/brother figures this badly?

    • Anonymous

      These new jacks dont even remember that Murda Inc straight up FABRICATED the actual "Order of Protection" they claimed that 50 supposedly got- all the way down to the nonexistent officer who made it up to the imaginary precinct that wasnt located at the imaginary address that was listed lmao...you hit it on the head homie, Ja and them were DESPERATE to slow 50s momentum but he wasnt the one that made Murda Incs spot hot- Supreme walking up in Def Jams offices bragging about how he worked for Murda Inc just to get past security kinda draws attention to a company lol yes that really happened...point is,Ja and Murda Inc took their spot for granted and never thought that 50 would ever even be in position to hurt them,industry or streetwise.They never saw the Aftermath/Shady machine getting behind 50 or him selling that much coming- meanwhile at the time Ja was Drake before Drake:making estrogenized lullabies to sell records but ignoring the streets and the raw rap fans.50 HARMONIZED on some of his choruses before and after he blew up but nobody else actually thought they were full blown RnB singers like Ja on that Rain song wit Mary J lmao go back and listen to that song, THATS the main reason Ja lost his spot-BS like that...

    • Anonymous

      Why these Ross fans get so mad and always bring up 50 cent? what does he gotta do with anything? Y'all are so insecure about listening to the fakest nigga in rap you gotta try and discredit one of the only real niggas to ever do it.

    • Anonymous

      no one ever proved 50 or t.i. snitched that was made up by jealous rappers who werent as successful as them jeezy may not have been in BMF but they co-signed him and helped put him on the map. he was most definitely affiliated, again gucci just made he was not as successful as jeezy mobb deep grew up in queens around real niggas doing real things. just cause you make music as a kid dont mean you dont do dirt. its not like they were child stars like wayne claimin blood. no one ever believed em was a serial killer or homophobe and he never tried to pretend he was. nas escobar was a character on an album you can hardly compare a rapper creating a fictional person to ross stealing another niggas life story and name, and running with it. nigga never breaks character. he thinks he is really rick ross.

  • Anonymous

    whackness at its best

  • kingbraswell

    This album is full of the same ole shit,just over a different similar sounding bullshit beat. www.muzikhustlaz.com

  • Ross

    who cares if ricky was a cop? 50 was a SNITCH !!! i'd trust a cop over a snitch any day and real G's know that

    • Anonymous

      these kiddies dont even remember that Murda Inc straight up FABRICATED the actual "Order of Protection" they claimed that 50 supposedly got- all the way down to the nonexistent officer who made it up to the imaginary precinct that wasnt located at the imaginary address that was listed lmao...you hit it on the head homie, Ja and them were DESPERATE to slow 50s momentum but he wasnt the one that made Murda Incs spot hot- Supreme walking up in Def Jams offices bragging about how he worked for Murda Inc just to get past security kinda draws attention to a company lol yes that really happened...point is,Ja and Murda Inc took their spot for granted and never thought that 50 would ever even be in position to hurt them,industry or streetwise.They never saw the Aftermath/Shady machine getting behind 50 or him selling that much coming- meanwhile at the time Ja was Drake before Drake:making estrogenized lullabies to sell records but ignoring the streets and the raw rap fans.50 HARMONIZED on some of his choruses before and after he blew up but nobody else actually thought they were full blown RnB singers like Ja on that Rain song wit Mary J lmao go back and listen to that song, THATS the main reason Ja lost his spot-BS like that...

    • Anonymous

      We all seen pictures of Ross but no one got proof about 50 snitching. thats all they can say about him to try and discredit his past but hes street certified. even the ogs from supreme team back up everything he said he really lived.

    • Anonymous

      WE KNOW ROSS WAS A COP BUT WHO DO 50 SNITCH ON??? ILL WAIT

  • LOL

    50 so washed up that he just get close to people to start beefs in an efford to salvage his fading rap career and wack acting career, 50 you need to go into WWE where fake crap rule ,the crap you pull on JA Rule worked 10yrs ago it want today! You want go into WWE because Vince Mcmann run that circus you would be just another clown,Nobody is looking for 50 the Fed Snitch if this beef is real Floyd should be happy this dude is a paid informant

    • Anonymous

      damn ross doing so bad you jump on 50 nutts haha ross not 50 nobody gives a fuck about his crew that's why the triple c album sold 12k in a week and the self made albums flop hard

  • Anonymous

    Cruel Summer sold 205k first week and these bums are gonna sell 50k but their fans somehow think MMG is the biggest label and running the game

  • Anonymous

    Self Made Vol. 3 drops today. It arrives at a curious time for Rick Rosss label, Maybach Music Group. For the first year in recent memory, MMG singles werent a mainstay on the pop charts, or even the hip-hop charts, in 2013. There was no Stay Schemin this summer, no B.M.F. no "Tupac Back." While Meek Mills Levels undoubtedly reached a level of cultural penetration as a concept, the song itself sat comfortably outside of the Hot 100 the entire season. Wale managed to do a little better. His latest album Gifted has sold a comfortable 250,000 copies, but Bad, his only song to go Top 40, relied heavily on signer Tiara Thomass hookand the songs original version pre-dated Wale. But asterisks or not, Wale at least managed to make some noise on the charts. Ross didnt even manage that level of success. His singles Box Chevy and Oil Money Gang didn't even make the R&B/Hip-Hop charts. His latest, No Games, is strong enough to break this spell, although whether it will garner Ross some dearly needed chart traction remains to be seen. Of course, Ross didnt completely vanish from the charts this yearhe just fell into the guest spot, as Rockos U.O.E.N.O. and Jay Zs fukkwitmeyouknowIgotit became hits. In some ways, though, their success almost seemed to mock Rosss quiet summer. The former did more harm than good, knocking him out of his Reebok deal thanks to his infamous lines about dropping molly in champagne. The latter sounded like an MMG single in every way, as if teasing Ross for giving away such a surefire hit. "No New Friends," meanwhile, just emphasized how much bigger of a hitmaker Drake is than anyone else on the song, at this particular point in time. The irony of Wale becoming MMGs frontrunner is that his success was the most unconventional, and remains slightly off-brand for a label built on Rick Rosss mob-boss imagery. But thus far, it seems to fit in pretty well with the style of hip-hop that is doing better on the charts these days, as Wale sits next to J. Cole, Macklemore, and other rap artists whove moved the genres mainstream in a direction away from the streets. There are a couple of factors that have caused this shift. The first is that, with a plethora of free music on DatPiff, and fewer and fewer people buying albums, those who do tend to be able to afford such fetish objects are of a different socioeconomic demographic. The popular taste, at least as represented by sales, ends up skewing along class lines. Another, more troubling development, concerns the decreasing significance of black radio as a tastemaker; as Billboard began to incorporate digital downloads and streaming, they lost their ability to qualify listenerships geographically, and along other demographic lines, as they had been able to do in the past. Add to this an imbalance in which streams are counted towards the charts (for example, WorldStarHipHop still has no impact on Billboard charts), and you end up with some bizarre results, like Macklemore or Psy topping the hip-hop charts without any hip-hop radio airplay. But the hip-hop charts arent all college-friendly hip-hop and crossover artists like Macklemore. Clubs are still a driving force in hip-hops sound (as is, increasingly, Vine, a viral appendage of the club, helping singles like The FiNATTiCZ Dont Drop That Thun Thun make Billboard a year after their release). In the last half of 2013, the most popular hip-hop has made a gradual shift from the Atlanta sounds of Mike Will Made It and DJ Spinz towards Californias self-described ratchet sound: the syncopated thump of producers like DJ Mustard. You can hear it from Cali newcomers like Sage the Gemini, whose Red Nose and Gas Pedal singles have had significant chart traction. You can hear it in singles from Atlanta artists like Rich Homie Quan and Young Jeezy (My nikka, "R.I.P."). And you hear it on crossover R&B cuts like B. Smyths Leggo. MMG's primary sonic blueprint, however, remains a mix of aggro bangers in a "B.M.F." style, channelling an aggressive, visceral energy, and the smooth, epic luxurience of tracks like "Aston Martin Music," "Keys to the Crib," oron Self Made Vol. 3"Black Grammys." It's a sound that has seemed like a pretty renewable resource for the past few years, but as Drake has fine-tuned the latter sound to great chart success, and Cali usurped the club sound on the pop charts, MMG's bangers have started to feel a bit off-center. At its peak, MMG was successful because they managed to mainstream a street sound, to take an underground aesthetic and propel into the popular conscience with a chart-ready pop framework. Perhaps they've slipped because the sound they built this empire on has slipped from the forefront of the genre's innovation. This goes hand in hand with PR setbacks for the label, like Ross's troubles with Reebok and the underperformance of Meek Mill's official debut. On the one hand, popular rap has moved further from the streets and clubs; on the street side, it's an increasingly younger artist's game. MMG is stuck in the middle, flanked on one side by YouTube street rappers, and on the other by stars with more bankable, mainstream-friendly sounds. MMG has attempted to meet that challenge with new signees, all of whom are given ample shine on the new compilation. The risk is that increasing the label's roster at a time when its top tier performers are underperforming only serves to dilute the group's impact. On the other hand, if one or two of the performers were to have a breakout performance, it could add needed energy to a flagging franchise. Sadly, the most animated, moving performance comes from Lil Snupe, who was k#lled tragically earlier this year, cutting short a promising career. Stalley and Rockie Fresh are competent, but not personalities on the level of the MMG A-list. And Gunplay remains a critics' favorite, underrated by the wider world, but he's on the other side of 30, and still seemingly in search of that one song that could take him to the next level. Not that there isn't hope for MMG. The label's slippage has been more about perception and context than it has an inconsistency in product. The world rotated once and artists at a creative zenith are pulled back to earth. But for every challenge that has beset the label since Rich Forever made Ross seem like a truly untouchable performerfrom his seizures to Meek's album, from singles not connecting to Lil Snupe's k#lling, from the date-rape lyric controversy to hip-hop's shift away from the MMG sonic blueprintMMG has remained consistent. Self Made 3 isn't as good as Self Made, but, to this writer's ears, it's stronger than Self Made 2. And there are few real challengers to Ross's particular space. Gucci's got an iron grip on the streets, but has marginalized himself from the mainstream pop sphere. Drake's tracks are mainstream-friendly but don't offer the macho bangers Ross's audience feeds on. Young Jeezy is the only one to pose much of a challenge recentlyas he's jumped on board with DJ Mustard and Rich Homie Quan, managing to keep up with a shifting sonic landscape. But it remains to be seen if artists like Doughboyz Cashout and YG can overcome the problems Jeezy has always had in marketing artists on his CTE label. It is a bit disconcerting for MMG, no doubt, that they've been unable to impact the charts this year. But perception of the labels demise is easy to overstate. Its not as if Ross's voice has disappeared from the airwaves. MMGs dominance is, to some degree, taken for granted. They were never innovators, and dont have to rely upon that kind of short-term inspiration for success. Instead, they are all about consistency. Ross built upon the sounds of others, put them on a wider stage. His pen is as strong as ever. Panera Bread, from earlier this year, included some of his best writing yet. Yes, MMG may have peaked, but theyre also one label that it would be unwise to count out completely.

  • Anonymous

    Maybach Music Group (Atlantic) 50-55k (HITS Daily Double) LMAO shits going wood at least they sellin more than rich gang

    • Anonymous

      these hoes are too young to even remember that Murda Inc straight up FABRICATED the actual "Order of Protection" they claimed that 50 supposedly got- all the way down to the nonexistent officer who made it up to the imaginary precinct that wasnt located at the imaginary address that was listed lmao... Ja and them were DESPERATE to slow 50s momentum but he wasnt the one that made Murda Incs spot hot- Supreme walking up in Def Jams offices bragging about how he worked for Murda Inc just to get past security kinda draws attention to a company lol yes that really happened...point is,Ja and Murda Inc took their spot for granted and never thought that 50 would ever even be in position to hurt them,industry or streetwise.They never saw the Aftermath/Shady machine getting behind 50 or him selling that much coming- meanwhile at the time Ja was Drake before Drake:making estrogenized lullabies to sell records but ignoring the streets and the raw rap fans. 50 HARMONIZED on some of his choruses before and after he blew up but nobody else actually thought they were full blown RnB singers like Ja on that Rain song wit Mary J lmao go back and listen to that song, THATS the main reason Ja lost his spot-BS like that...

    • Anonymous

      "hes mad that ross is on top n hes not. " Ross is not on top of anything. 50 isnt either but to say Ross is? All his new singles have failed to chart. Group album about to flop doing 3 times less than G.O.O.D. music's Cruel Summer. French flopped too!

    • Anonymous

      G-UNIT GOT LAZY THEY NEVER PUT OUT BRICKS LIKE MMG AHAHAH

    • LMAO

      50 cent is obssesed with this nigga ross and hes mad that ross is on top n hes not. 50's garbage. 50 is soo wak and hes such a hater thats why gunit fell off. hes lucky ja rule didnt beat him up a 3rd time. and 50 cent was never real. ghetto quran he snitched on the reeal biggest drug dealer in queens supreme kenneth mcgriff look that up. you 50cent stans musta seen the get rich or die trying movie n belived it haa

    • Anonymous

      how they combine 7 fan bases and only sell 50k thats hilarious

  • D

    aforementioned? lol This review is lame. Album's great. Oh and I'm surprised you guys aren't still calling it a mixtape :P

  • James Barnes

    I'm a MMG fan and i bought the deluxe version of the album. I love this album i got Selfmade 1 & 2. I see a lot of y'all saying it's over for MMG smh. That's funny if you don't like this cool but this album i think is decent.

  • Bruce Smith

    This album is actually one of the best in the game right now. Im just mad writing this review because I get no pussy and assualted a girl. Tried going gay but men hate me as well.

  • Anonymous

    WHEN THE BEAT STARTS YOU CANT HELP BUT LAUGH

  • WE NEED THE REAL

    ITS TIME FOR G-UNIT 50,BANKS,BUCK,GAME,YAYO FEAT KIDD KIDD

  • Nick Newman

    Easily the worst out of all of MMG's compilation albums. I still think Self Made v1 was slightly better than v2. I can't fuck with v3 at all.

  • Anonymous

    Mediocre Music Group does it again!

  • Anonymous

    Please retire, u guys haven't been hot in a minute, ur song concepts are beyond basic and even then u cant even deliver with those. The beats sound cool but they are recycled from ur last million joints. Meek please abandon this sinking ship. The reason you can call urself the untouchable MMG is no one wants to take out the trash, pew ew.

  • mac DIESEL

    ONE OF THE WEAKEST CREWS OUT!!!! THESE NIGGAS IS BUMS!!!! DON'T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • Rebecca D. Garcia

    like Barry said I am dazzled that a mother able to profit $8387 in a few weeks on the internet. browse around this site... www.Fb39.com And please reconsider you war on drugs" is a reflection of this line, and actually the last verse as a whole. It was skillfully done.

  • Anonymous

    Recycled trap beats, cliche concepts, everything's garbage.

  • OH??

    This a retail album I thought it was a mixtape hahaa this shit gonna flop hard like that triple c album

    • Anonymous

      Oh man I forgot about that Triple Cs album. What did it sell like 12k first week LMAO thats the most records Gunplay ever sold in his career

  • SSSS

    Album of the Year.....LOOL

  • c skywalker

    looking for some sick new shit look here wont disappoint http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD4XZVGsLHY

  • sabrazea

    lupe's verse on poor decisions >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> entire album

  • Anonymous

    IF YOU'VE 2 SONGS FROM MMG YOU'VE HEARD THEM ALL TRAP OR SOULFUL

  • Anonymous

    Fuck Rockie Fresh Ross trying to force him on the public but no one cares

  • Anonymous

    This sounds just like self made 1, Talk about running your sound into the ground.

  • Anonymous

    OMG this shit is really crap. Hiphop is dying slowly with these fake gangsta rappers and trapbeats.

  • Anonymous

    fucking trash. and gunplays a junkie who gets knocked out every other month!