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Helpful votes received on reviews: 84% (26 of 31)
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Based on a T.R.U. Story ~ 2 Chainz
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
There are no surprises here, thematically, musically, lyrically etc. 2 Chainz wins by sticking to the formula that led to an unbelievable buzz throughout 2011 & 2012. One thing he does do is step up the quality to distinguish his album from his multiple mixtapes. It also doesn't hurt that he has A list of guest appearances to call upon. Kanye West, Drake, John Legend & Scarface clearly believe in this guy and they bring their A game to prove it.

There are some great tracks on this album, from the singles No Lie & Birthday Song to the trunk rattling opener Yuck to the ridiculous beat on Dope Peddler. There are also a few unexpected moments when 2 Chainz slows things down to good… Read more
Section.80 [Explicit] <a href="">Kendrick Lamar</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Section.80 [Explicit] Kendrick Lamar MP3 Download
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Nothing like a Dr Dre cosign to fast track any career. He (Dr Dre) made a career out of foreseeing the next great artist. If you look at his track record, it is hard to argue that he has an eye for talent. So when he put out a statement saying that he wanted to take time developing a new artist by the name of Kendrick Lamar, I knew I had to check this boy out. However I half expected that it would be 2015 before he actually released some material.

It was a welcome surprise when Section 80 arrived so soon after that statement was made.

Outside a couple of features and the J Cole produced single young Kendrick was pretty much unknown to me. And to be honest he never made… Read more
PL3DGE (Digipak) ~ Killer Mike
PL3DGE (Digipak) ~ Killer Mike
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Bigga Banga, 4 July 2011
Fierce lyrics and hardcore beats have defined the Pledge series and nothing is changed here. The difference with the third and final instalment in the series is that it has a decidedly more commercial appeal. With a feature list that includes T.I., Big Boi, Gucci Mane & Young Jeezy, Bigga is out to make an impression on the charts.

Long time fans however need not fear that Killer Mike has gone soft as he still maintains that militant persona that we have gotten used to. He rethreads familiar grounds by supplying solid sequels to two classic records from the previous instalments and, yes, he names names. He tackles police brutality on Burn, motivates us on Follow Your Dreams and… Read more

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