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Album Review

On the speaker-busting "Intro" to his third album, Killer Mike makes his modus operandi clear: "This is meant to be a soundtrack to your success ... Get up, brothers!" From there he's off, unflagging in his mission. Like his obvious template Ice Cube (who guests on the ardent "Pressure") Mike infuses his cut-rate braggadocio about cars and women with an intensity that rarely delves below apoplectic. His motivational creed reflects fellow Atlantan Young Jeezy but his logic is less altruistic, more ironclad, and not subject to dispute. A fire-and-brimstone morality informs his economic world view; haters, demons, and business rivals merge and swirl about the record and the emcee responds, back-to-the-wall, defeat unfathomable. "I hope they hate till their flesh burn and their bones ache," he seethes on "You See It," barely audible over the virulent beat, "I hope to God they see me shining and get so mad they pluck out their eyes." Mike's fury feels metaphysical and absurd: mortals quit jobs, Killer Mike fires his boss. It's a shame that this breathless performance is married to an album less musically adventurous, front-loaded with variation but then settling into a long stretch of merely enjoyable-enough window-rattlers. But even these serve to form a sturdy foundation over which the emcee can unleash his uncompromising talent.

Customer Reviews

Any real hip hop fans left?

This is one of the hardest, dead on MCing albums I've heard in a while. Killer Mike is dope....real dope. He's what Beanie Sigel should have been with a bit of what Ice Cube was. And I'm the only one writing a review? Real hip hop is here....wake up everyone!!

His whip game killer, His rap game killer.

This man here has a flow like no one else. Every song I heard him featured on, he makes that song so much more. I'd buy all his albums. this Album is great. buy the whole thing


Born: April 20, 1975 in Adamsville, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

OutKast associate Killer Mike earned his own hit in 2003 with "A.D.I.D.A.S." He debuted two years earlier on "The Whole World," from the greatest-hits Big Boi and Dre Present...OutKast. After signing to Columbia, his first single, "A.D.I.D.A.S.," hit the pop charts in March 2003, and the subsequent album, Monster, debuted in the Top Ten. In 2006 he released the first volume of his mixtape series I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind. Two years later a second volume appeared and then, in 2011, the series...
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