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Growing Up In Public [Explicit]
 
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Growing Up In Public [Explicit]

22 Sept. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2013
  • Release Date: 22 Sept. 2014
  • Label: Virgin Records Ltd
  • Copyright: (C) 2014 Virgin Records Ltd
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  • Total Length: 37:15
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00LAYIRAU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,599 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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This is definitely some of Greens best work. There is a maturity to his rapping that still retains the cheekiness of his earlier albums and make this album thoroughly enjoyable.

I thought that the delays in it's release and the hype from the media would build this up so as to make the final product a bit of a let down, but I am glad to say that the album is even better than I expected.

Great voice, fantastic lyrics and a real clean finish to the album. Top marks.
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Professor Green is back. After a three year absence he returns with his finest body of work yet. Despite being the shortest of all three of his studio albums he has thrown out all of the filler and left nothing but amazing music, taking strong influence from his past two albums as well as touching on new ground.

Green's early years are revisited in the rap/rock mash-up that is opener "I Need Church", where the heavy bassline and roaring chorus is just a perfect of example of building on an already established formula. "Dead Man's Shoes" also takes on a very rock-esque platform. "Name in Lights" featuring Rizzle Kicks and "Growing Up in Public" are also very reminiscent of his tongue-in-cheek roots and would fit perfectly with his first album.

His second album also heavily influences some of the tracks here, "Can't Dance Without You" is a clear follow-up to Remedy (and funnily enough was produced by the same production team), while "Lullaby" is clearly influenced by Green's biggest hit "Read All About It". However this does not mean that replicating a working formula is a bad thing; if it ain't broke don't fix it. And both Can't Dance and Lullaby are perfect examples of this. "Little Secrets" featuring Mr Probz would also have fit in well with this era, finding a home somewhere between "Never Be a Right Time" and "Avalon".

Green also reaches new territory here, starting with very dark soul-tinged ballad "Not Your Man" featuring Thabo, which is much darker than any realm Green has attempted before. His again cheeky lyrics fit in well with this track and make it a stand-out.
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Gutted, the man that has the belief you should be able to listen to an album all the way through without one crap track, step away from it for this, still good, but not professor good. Hope a new deal soon means he dusts of that old build soon
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My
Package arrived and is cracked all the way though it ?? What can you do about this ? I have not even taken it out the film cover yet the picture does not show that the crack goes all the way though and this is meant to be a birthday gift
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Some good songs but ultimately preferred his older album 'at your inconvenience'.
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Great album. Expect nothing less
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Just as good as his second album. He's the best rapper alive.
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Fantastic album, hurry up and do the next album prof.
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