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Ten Toes Down [Explicit Lyrics, Import]

Eightball & M.J.G. Audio CD

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Return To Orange Mound 1 Jun 2010
By Enlightened - Published on
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
8Ball & MJG, memphis legends, effectively rebound from the disappointment that was Ridin High. That album, while having a few bangers, represented a departure from the type of music that made the popular in the first place.

With a new label situation on Grand Hustle where they more than likely weren't negatively influenced by management (Diddy has done many great things but he mishandled this group), they return to a more soulful laid back sound reminiscent of their heyday. 8Ball & MJG's flows and styles perfectly compliment each other and coupled with production that fits them and lets their styles and voices come through this album proves to be a welcome treat for fans of the group and new fans alike.

Guests include T.I., Young Dro, Lil Boosie, Slim Thug, Bun B, and Soulja Boy and production is nicely handled by Nitti, David Banner, Drumma Boy and in house Grand Hustle producers Nard & B amongst others.

The group brings back their reflective style on this album and shines through most on Life Goes On ft. Slim Thug which proves to be an instant classic and one of Ball & G's best songs yet. On what could only be described as country rap tunes (via Pimp C) the three rappers easily coast through life's situations all the while dropping knowledge, staying true and remaining honest. Slim Thug gives one of the best verses I've heard from him. In all honesty this is the type of music that shaped our foundation in the south. Other country rap tunes include Still Will Remain, Billy Truth Be Told, and Right Now.

If 8Ball & MJG is in your lane then I advise you to pick this one up if you haven't already. 8Ball & MJG prove that they never lost it they just needed some better direction. The Memphis Legends are back! 4 stars.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars "10th" group album is another pretty good one 27 May 2010
By G$ - Published on
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It's been a little over 3 year since Ball & G dropped their last album, and they drop another worthy of 4 stars. They have 10 (I think) group albums and each has a few solos as wellover the last 17 years, so not only are they Southern legends, but rap veterans. I will break down their albums.

1993 "Comin Out Hard" - 4.5 stars
1994 "On The Outside Lookin In" - 4.5/5 stars
1995 "On Top of the World" - 5 stars
1997 "Lyrics of a Pimp" - low 4 stars
1999 "In Our Lifetime" - low 4 stars
2000 "Space Age 4Eva" - 4 stars
2004 "Living Legends" - low 4 stars
2007 "Ridin High" - low 4 stars
2005 "The Remix Album" - 4 stars

I also have 3 solo's from each of them as well as 8Ball's group album he did with Edi Amin of the Outlawz, and they all range from 3.5 - 5 stars as well. So they have a nice long and good catalog to their names. This one has 14 songs, 4 are ok, the other 10 are goo, no great of classics on here however, and their best work was early - mid 90's Suave House days, but they still don't disappoint. Of the 14, guests are heavy, on all but 2 songs. rapping on 7 and doing the hook on 5. Producion is decent as well, Drumma Boy does 4, Grand Hustle does 3, Mo B. Dick, Nitti, David Banner, B Don, Midnight Black, Swizzo, Shamann Cooke all do 1. Anice album to have form veteran/legends in the rap game.

#1 - 7.5 (avg. beat, lyrics carry this one)
#2 - 6 (f/ Young Dro -- another avg. beat)
#3 - 8 (f/ Bun B)
#4 - 8 (f/ Lil Boosie)
#5 - 6.5 (f/ Soulja Boy)
#6 - 8.5 (f/ David Banner -- nice beat)
#7 - 8.5 (f/ ??)
#8 - 8 (f/ Ricco Carrino, who provides a bad hook)
#9 - 8.5 (f/ Porter Reek -- nice beat)
#10 - 7 (f/ Mitchelle'l Sium)
#11 - 8.5 (f/ TI & ?? -- nice beat)
#12 - 9 (f/ Mitchelle'l Sium -- nice beat)
#13 - 8 (f/ Slim Thug & ??)
#14 - 8.5

MJG -- Marlon Jermaine Goodwin -- b. 1/9/72 -- Memphis, TN
8BALL -- Premro Smith -- b. ~1972 -- Memphis, TN

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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars 8ball and mjg fell off! 6 May 2010
By Douglas H. Boardman - Published on
Format:Audio CD
This album is terrible. 8ball and mjg are legends but this album sounds like it was rushed. There are only a couple of decent tracks and I just wanna know how are you gonna put soulja boy on your album? He's garbage. Don't waste your money. Listen to their classics!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars What is happening to you Eightball?? Big plus for Amazon & MP3 though 6 July 2010
By adammb - Published on
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Rewind back to 4+ years ago and your cd were the best in my mind. If anyone were to ask me 4 years ago what my favorite artist/s were it was Eightball MJG. Unfortunately things have slowly decreased to a mild release of this cd.

I am not the typical listener of Eightball & MJG as I am a white male 30 years old and I am a manager of a body shop but I grew up on rap and see not only Eightball but alot of other rappers out there that have long hit their peak and are coming down. Go back to your roots and I think you will get a bigger following.

Maybe his last cds have more to do with going more mainstream like hooking up with Diddy but I liked the old Eightball much better.

On a side note I usually buy my music from iTunes and tried out 2 cds from Amazon's MP3 downloading and it was pretty easy. Everything imported nicely into iTunes and I am very happy with that.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 8Ball & MJG Are Back Again 6 April 2011
By Geezy - Published on
This Album was slept on. Great job.. Great Collaborations.. This was a better album than the last one they put out on Diddy's label. Sounds like they had more control of there creativity on Grand Hustle than Bad Boy. They brought it back to the South on this one. Continue to stand Ten Toes Down, on your own.
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