Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty

Big Boi - Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty
Critic Score
Based on 26 reviews
2010 Ratings: #9 / 879
Year End Rank: #6
User Score
Based on 234 ratings
2010 Ratings: #72
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July 6, 2010 / Release Date
LP / Format
Def Jam/Royal Flush Ent. / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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It’s one of the loosest, most varied, and entertaining albums of its time.

I so wanted to love this. I really did. This is an album I've tried to finish for years now, but never got to. I guess maybe my commitment to finish projects was lacking back then compared to now, so I thought I'd try now. Big Boi is rapping at such a high quality, you'd think he's fine without André, which he is actually, as that's not the issue. My problem is the production on this album. Knowing the type of rapper Big Boi is and from the album cover, I'm very very sure it was intended ... read more
Still find myself coming back to this album
Um grande fato: apesar de ter sido lançado no início dos anos 2010s, 'Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty' parece ter sido lançado em meados dos anos 90s, justamente por trazer o que há de melhor no auge do hip hop - na época comandado por The Notorious Big e Tupac que são as principais referências nesse disco.
Favorite Tracks: Daddy Fat Sax, Shutterbug, General Patton, You Ain't No DJ, Shine Blockas

Least Favorite Tracks: Follow Us
the only thing that i thought this project needed more of was big boi. i feel like there were too many features, or the hooks went for too long. big boi is a terrific rapper, and i was really looking forward to hear what he had to say. he had some great verses, but they were scarce. i was also insanely confused when i heard yelawolf come on here. he was so out of place and delivered a rather weak verse. i thought the concept of this LP was great, and it was nice overall, but i just kept ... read more
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Track List

  1. Feel Me (Intro) 
  2. Daddy Fat Sax 
  3. Turns Me On 
  4. Follow Us 
  5. Shutterbugg 
  6. General Patton 
  7. Tangerine 
  8. You Ain't No DJ 
  9. Hustle Blood 
  10. Be Still 
  11. Fo Yo Sorrows 
  12. Night Night 
  13. Shine Blockas 
  14. The Train Pt. 2 (Sir Lucious Left Foot Saves The Day) 
  15. Back Up Plan

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