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Back Again

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Opinião do álbum

Mr. Cheeks hyped this album long and hard in the press during 2002, proclaiming to whomever was in earshot that he was making "the best damn rap album period," an obvious play on the successful sports talk show. While show hosts Tom Arnold and John Salley are nowhere within earshot of this record, Mr. Cheeks comes forward with easily his most accomplished record since his days in the Lost Boyz. Thematically, Cheeks uses Back Again! as therapy; it features raw and unapologetic confessionals about life, covering the usual base of topics you'd expect to hear. The production is clean and tight throughout, with "Crush on You," a duet with Mario Winans, being the album's masterpiece. The cast of guest artists (Pete Rock, C.L. Smooth, Floetry, etc.) is top-notch and highlights Cheeks' versatility in rapping over harder-edged street beats as well as the smoother R&B tunes. Thankfully absent of self-indulgent skits, obligatory shout-out intros, and other filler common in hip-hop records, there's nothing particularly innovative about Back Again!, but it's a solid party album worth your hard-earned dough.

Biografia

Nascido em: March/03/1971 em Queens, New York, NY

Gênero: Hip-Hop/Rap

Anos em atividade: '00s

Before establishing himself as a solo artist in the early 2000s, Mr. Cheeks made a name for himself as a member of the Lost Boyz in the mid- to late '90s. Cheeks and the other members of the Lost Boyz practiced a sincere, literate, non-sensational style of New York hip-hop. As a result, they never attained substantial commercial success, yet garnered substantial critical acclaim and were underground favorites. But when Freaky Tah met an unfortunate demise, the Lost Boyz soon broke ranks and remained...
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