is the fifth studio album by American rapper . released on July 3, 2007 through Grand Hustle Records, Asylum Records and Atlantic Records. Recording sessions for the album took a year and a half to record towards early-2007, . stated and confirmed in an interview with MTV News.
If the album's final stretch is meant to unite both sides, why do they confront each other in song only once, on the second verse of "Respect My Hustle"? Unsurprisingly, the strongest stretch of the album comes from . On songs like the underwhelming first single "Big Shit Poppin'" and the clichéd drug-dealer instruction-manual "Da Dopeman", the rapper seems to be on autopilot, but a few of the . tracks would've been highlights even on King Even if the concept falls flat, though, . still warrants a listen, if only because . seems constitutionally incapable of releasing an album full of uncompelling music. As a rapper, he's still a dominant voice; his slurry, guttural drawl is a great instrument, and always keeps it deep in the track's pocket, occasionally whipping out tricky double-time patterns or murmuring singsong melodies.
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The album is jam-packed with features, including Saweetie, Lil Wayne, Rico Love, Yella Beezy, Baby Rose, J. Cole, WOLFE de MÇHLS, and Camper. Aye ya’ll, it’s been 9 years since I released . WUZ HERE, he wrote, and I got one thing to say, . IZ HERE! Check out all the lyrics to Big . IZ HERE’ on Genius now: 1. .
However, this album has a multi-level appeal with allusions to 90’s bands as well as today’s artists. Stevie T. definitely has an ear for the various sub-genre musical and lyrical idioms and has the chops to pull it off with pen, voice and axe. He has a firm grasp on the real nuances (and perceived stereotypes) of each. I want to avoid giving away ANY punchlines, so here are my quick thoughts on each of the tracks. Heaviest Song Ever delivers positive, uplifting lyrics in sharp contrast to its heavy instrumental delivery. This is an expansion on his happy Black Metal vid.
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