Every Eminem stan's second favorite rapper and notable for his desire to eat LL Cool J's ass, Canibus relies heavily on his lyricism on this album, because the production is boring. His voice helps a bit, but he's still a bit too "I can rap in complex ways with big words so I'm better than you" for my taste. That being said, it's still impressive, and so I can at ... read more
And here is the end of my journey of low-effort reviews. It's a decent place to end, an album that's too long from a rapper I like a lot. It feels like all those Busta Rhymes albums all over again...
The next review will be back to normal length, just had to unclog the backlog a bit.
Best Songs: Time 4 Sum Aksion, Tonight's Da Night, Watch Yo' Nuggets, How To Roll A Blunt
Four songs, two have Earl Sweatshirt, one has Boldy James. That drops the score significantly for me, but luckily Al is a god tier producer and bolsters those songs enough to give this thing a relatively positive score.
Best Songs: The instrumental versions
The only reason I heard this album is because I heard Johnny is Dead in a shoe store, and I was blown away. The album, while somewhat forgetable, is a fun experience, full of funky and vibey songs from front to back.
Best Songs: Johnny is Dead, ManWomanBoogie, Gettin Up, Official
The most bloated album ever.
Rest in Peace Pimp C
Best Songs: Swishas and Dosha, Int'l Player's Anthem, Take Tha Hood Back, Trill ****** Don't Die
Probably the best album review to come out in this batch, Pray For Haiti was the turning point for my music taste. No longer was I strictly an oldhead, but now, I began to appreciate newer music. Besides that, it's just an incredible album. Killer songs, killer production, killer features. And it's quite digestable, only 39 minutes in length. Highly recommended.
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