Hip Hop Isn't Dead is the best Hip Hop blog on the internet. Those vests don't protect you from everything, Curtis. Title Producer s Length 17. The single peaked 35 on the Hot 100. I realize that it's been a while since my last review, what with vacations, bullshit at work, and general malaise on my part, so I thought I would make my triumphant comeback by beating a dead horse. I blame Curtis for all of the corny ass white people whom I've heard use this as a romantic gesture. Dre produced this shit, it gives me a headache.
No wonder chicks love this song. Anonymous From reading your reviews it's clear you take a stance with your own personal opinion, your very bias. Just a bunch of punchlines and simple observations - kind of like 50 Cent. But the guy makes great songs or at least, used to. You can rationalize it all you want: I just heard the fucking thing and I'm wondering why I still have it in my collection. Rather than display the intellectual capacity of a rotten vegetable which one understandably transforms into after being on Jay-Z's dick since puberty , it wouldn't hurt you to listen to the album. And he has one great album.
The album sold 320,000 copies in the first week, debuting behind country singer 's. Hating something just because it's mainstream is just pathetic. The beat is fantastic, and the lyrics are both menacing and funny; however, the end, in which a hairdresser who has allegedly had relations with Ja rambles on, is overkill. Enough internet space has been occupied with the Curtis Jackson story, so I won't waste your time with that here. Dre produced this track, which aided in ending Ja Rule's career.
I just wasted your time with the Curtis Jackson story. Title Producer s Length 17. The following tracks are identified as bonus tracks: 17. Its clear its can chalk full of your bias opinion, patiently waiting is fucking horrible? Do other rappers deserve to sell as well as 50 Cent? Did you listen to the album again before writing this, or did you just look at the tracklisting and write jokes? Here's another album reviewed ten years after it drops and your trying to find its relevance to modern day? Rap in hip-hop is about many things. I prefer the remix, which features G-Unit and Snoop Dogg, simply because I can buy Snoop as a pimp, even though he was in that Muppet movie I don't care if his scenes were ultimately cut, that shit just ain't gangsta! Too bad you've chosen this blog not to highlight real rap music but rather trash bona fide classics from the west coast or any other album that benefits from its considerable contribution. Yes this is the same dude who left the most recent cage comment.
It succeeded in its endeavor in every way, I'll give it that. I read somewhere that 50 considered himself the George Bush of this rap shit which is a horrible way to market yourself, by the way , but his stance has some merit; he did take out one of the most hated men in the hip hop world during his term did I just compare Ja Rule to Saddam Hussein? I can understand bristling when people call Get Rich Or Die Tryin' a classic. That song is just bad, but this song is fucking terrible. The song features , and the single version also includes. Why would you bother to take the time to review an album done by an artist you hate? Still, better than anything that 50 put out afterwards. But as a businessman, he can be pretty brilliant.
Look at the album cover above. The single is Jackson's personal favourite. This is probably the closest Curtis will ever get to anything resembling 'classic' and with good reason. Dre during his annual physical, and the rest is history. A number of remixes were also released.
All songs have free direct download links on high speed servers so that you will not experience any downtime, slow speed or dead links, fans can also stream the Album via Apple Music or iTunes, Google Music, Amazon Music and all other platforms. So, you should think about re-reviewing this album. Too bad it's not the true end of the album. Took me a while to realise that half of the record sounds like shit. No, I don't understand why, since it's not like 50 is a one-man N.
There are no download links available on this site unless the artists themselves provide their permission. Many Men is a great track, and is more real than the botox in Jay-Z's lips. Dre, so that's a stupid excuse. That is a stupid rationale for liking horseshit such as this. Well guess what dude, its, not, it was relevant ten years ago, and yes it is a classic. When reviewing and critiquing hip hop, you have to look for impact, content, originality, cadence and so on and so forth. When he doesn't take himself too seriously, it works.