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Album Review

A member of Gucci Mane’s So Icey camp, Waka Flocka Flame takes Plies’ slow goon drawl, mixes it with the wackiness of his posse boss Gucci, and then adds plenty of guttural utterances (“Waaaaaakaa!,” “Flocka!,” but mostly “Blow!”) for a love-him-or-hate-him style. Fall into the latter camp and his debut album, Flockaveli, is a one-note cash-in that has no business referencing 2Pac with its title. Fall into the former and it’s a satisfying nonstop assault of so-dumb-it’s-fun hip-hop with numerous guest stars to keep things fresh plus those deep Lex Luger beats that threaten to blow the trunk off. With “Hard in da Paint,” “No Hands,” and "O Let's Do It" all on the track list, every one of Flocka’s necessary career-building singles are present, and the support crew consists mostly of likeminded bangers with guys'-night-out appeal, the cred-verifying “G Check” being the best. The one welcome surprise is “For My Dawgs,” a slow creeper that communicates spite and triumph with skill, but this smart wallflower is surrounded by party boys and won’t be enough to sway the haters. Still, Flockaveli has enough hooks and attitude to keep those bottles poppin’ all night long, and whether or not you remember any of it the next day, it does serve its purpose.

Customer Reviews

Not the best

Waka will never blow you away with his lyrics however, the production from Lex Lugar is amazing and makes the album worth a listen to just because he produces most of the tracks. However, the thing that angers me the most is the fact that it took the Australian iTunes this long to finaly put this album up.


Waka Flocka Flame. Brick Squad member. Gucci Mayne affiliate. To me, he is just another Gucci or Soulja Boy. Meaningless lyrics that try to go hard but just fail. If you like the above mentioned artists, than you should have this album. I think the delay to the Australian iTunes store didn't mean much, as there is no place in our society for sh!t 'rappers' like this one. Get this album if you like terrible lyrics with catchy hooks and hard Lex Luger style beats, but if you really like rap, get Hell: The Sequel instead.

no thank you

thats alot of money to pay for a bad album


Born: 31 May 1986 in New York, NY [Queens]

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Waka Flocka, also known as Waka Flocka Flame, is a Southern rapper associated with Gucci Mane and his So Icey Entertainment enterprise. Born Juaquin Malphurs on May 31, 1986, in Jamaica, Queens, New York, he moved to Riverdale, Georgia, at age nine and later based himself in Atlanta, Georgia, where he launched his rap career. He cites influences that include Eazy-E and Lil Jon in addition to Gucci Mane. He was taken under Gucci Mane's wing, and was added to his Brick Squad collective, which also...
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