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The album has plenty of merit. It is valid music and I`m glad it`s been made. It`s just a little rough. I like the ideas presented but I feel more time should have been taken in production and excution.
Anyway, too much pressure on musicians these days to come out with an album full of top twenty singles and the like.=$$$$$$ For Mr. Big. Booo on that. Let them find themselves and come into their own.
I`d recommend to fans of Peaches, (maybe) Fannypack, Miss Kitten etc...
Why not just check it out!
As for the rhymes that Bunny Rabbit lays down is horrible. Sometimes she doesn't even rhyme, she just repeat the same lines over and over again, like on "Saddle Up". Even when she tries to get crunk on "We Rollin'" the whole song just falls flat. And there is so much that one can take when it comes to rhymes about sex (which is about 85% out of the 12 tracks on this album). When she tries to rhyme about sex, she reminds me of Khia (although Bunny is a level higher than Khia, but thats not saying much). "Dirty Dirt" and "P**** Queen" are just some of the songs that I'm talking about.
As for anything positive, there is very little. When she started the first verse of "Bunny Baby", you can sense some lyrical skills, but it quickly goes away. And her singing isn't that bad, because she has a soft voice. It's just when she sings sometimes, it's like shes trying to put you in a trance. Imagine one of those horror movie where there are little kids singing together in one of those dark places. Thats how she sounds like on St. Guillen. But those positives really don't do any good towards this album. This album is full of half-decent production, and rhymes that are elementry. Usually I listen to an album atleast twice before I review it, but I had a hard enough time making it through the first time. In fact this album as given me a headache. Unless you have a taste for sex, mixed in with limited subject matter over bad club production, then this album is great for you. No disrespect to Bunny Rabbit & Black Cracker but they are going to have to bring something new to the table if they are ever going to get (positive) recognition. I believe that the voodo sounding music just isn't going to fly in hip hop today (just being honest). So far this album will make a great drink coaster. Trust me, you can find something better to do with 52 minutes of your time. 1.0 star
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