This album is refreshing because it stays true to, and close to, those original "back in the day" roots; When Hip Hop felt more "real" as opposed to being/feeling artificial
Avoid wasting the money on this album at all costs. You would be better served going to your local cinema and spending the money on the movie and maybe a drink.
Juvenile fans may be a little disappointed by the lack of quality hits on the album, but no need to fear- it seems a little on the vanilla side, there is a tad of chocolate swirl to keep things interesting
We all know that rappers fuck hoes and bitches, but how many of them can lace a track with such pornographic eloquence?
Kurupt of Dogg Pound fame assaults your ears with his new album that contains the likes of Dogg Pound alumni; Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg and Daz Dillenger & more...
This album is a collection of hard tracks, tight production, and introspective lyrics & is loaded with great songs cementing Foxy Brown's return.
A female MC that has enough to say intelligently, that people might get up and take notice. Mystic waxes poetic about the must haves in life whether they be good/bad.
One of L.A.'s finest beat box kings. With a flair for assaulting the mic and your ears with his bass heavy voice, filled with eclectic sounds and happy rhymes.
Overall the experience leaves you wanting more from the executive producing credit that Jay-Z takes. It's almost as if anyone involved in this project expected listeners to not get past the first couple songs
Quite the array of hotly produced tracks that accentuates heavy head-nodding beats, and no-holds barred lyrical content...