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4.0 out of 5 stars Ll can rap pretty fast
There's some funky beats, many of which are more modern sounding then those of 'mama aid knock you out'. This is Ll as a young arrogant rapper, lyrically tallented and delivers with flair. Infact this album is perfection for the majority: 'droppin em', 'nitro', 'it gets no rougher', 'why do you think they call it dope', '1-900 ll cool j' and 'jinglin baby' are all...
Published on 2 Jun 2005 by matt jansen

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3.0 out of 5 stars Wht Parental advisory?
Yes, this is classic LL, but the censored swear words ruin the flow on most tracks. It sounds like a clean version.
Def Jam are trying to have their cake and eat it as well: radio play for the album versions and the coveted Parental Advisory label. Is it the sexual content that makes this album Parental Advisory? If so America is too Puritan, these are love songs,...
Published on 12 Jun 2009 by Mr. Richard Timms


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4.0 out of 5 stars Ll can rap pretty fast, 2 Jun 2005
This review is from: Walking With a Panther (Audio CD)
There's some funky beats, many of which are more modern sounding then those of 'mama aid knock you out'. This is Ll as a young arrogant rapper, lyrically tallented and delivers with flair. Infact this album is perfection for the majority: 'droppin em', 'nitro', 'it gets no rougher', 'why do you think they call it dope', '1-900 ll cool j' and 'jinglin baby' are all flawless. Why is it only 4 stars? The love ballads are terrible, in fact i've not managed to fully listen through any of them. Still, just skip them, and there's 15 tracks of quality.
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5.0 out of 5 stars LL Droppin' em!, 15 Nov 1999
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This review is from: Walking With a Panther (Audio CD)
Absolutely Classic LL! There was a time when LL Cool J was one of the coolest rappers in the world and not only because he was on Dej Jam. His arrogant lyrics are perfect for his big funky backing. However, there is a problem and we all know it. On this album we are subjected to four, not one or two but four LL ballads, if you ignore these then the rest of the album is hard olderschool hip hop.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Wht Parental advisory?, 12 Jun 2009
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Yes, this is classic LL, but the censored swear words ruin the flow on most tracks. It sounds like a clean version.
Def Jam are trying to have their cake and eat it as well: radio play for the album versions and the coveted Parental Advisory label. Is it the sexual content that makes this album Parental Advisory? If so America is too Puritan, these are love songs, not sex songs!
No doubt LL is commercial first, credibility second. This is why he has little respect in 'underground' hip hop.
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