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Album Review

Bow Wow's 2006 effort was supposed to be his "edgy" album and according to the man himself in pre-release interviews, maybe his last album, but on the title cut he declares he'll stay with game because he's "addicted to the cream." This is just one example of the identity crisis Price of Fame suffers from since it isn't really "edgy" either. There are hardcore poses, somewhat sensual tracks that might have mom and dad running into the room, and a couple thug songs that paint the star of Like Mike as a real G. Still, even if there's a guest artist by the name of Cocaine J, all of the hard stuff is undermined by pulled punches and editing of the cuss words when there's no "Parental Advisory" version available. Price of Fame can't decide if it wants to be the now-19-year-old Bow Wow's first street record or last teen record — the same straddling as found on his much better, 2005 effort Wanted — but it also tries to jump on the Southern hip-hop bandwagon with the tired "4 Corners" which features some seriously thin beats and scratching. Saving the album from being a disaster are two perfectly acceptable singles; "Shortie Like Mine" which swaggers with a great hook, and the bonus cut "I'm a Flirt" with R. Kelly and Bow Weezy jackin' for chicks." Running a close third is the soul-searching "Tell Me" which is a good argument Bow Wow is ready to take on more mature material and might even come up with something astonishing. Mentor Jermaine Dupri's beats are just so-so on the abundant filler and the guest artists — Lil Wayne, Pimp C, Chris Brown, and so on — don't really offer anything substantial, so if you don't have a poster of Bow Wow in your locker, check the singles and skip the album.

Customer Reviews

loved it

wow, the three other reviews are pretty tough... totally disagree with them, thought it was really good, and for once, theres a rapper that doesnt need to constantly swear to prove himself... best song was shortie like mine, it also features chris brown, whoever had the idea of putting them together is a genius


I gotta agree with Cookie and say that this album is great best song is Imma Flirt. This is his fifth album and hes doing the hardcore style and he did a good job of it.

good but annoying

Bow wow puts it all together for this one combining some excellent R&B styles with some good ol' southern rap. He has certainly come a long way from his debut. Having said that, it seems to me that he is old enough now to swear on record, and failing that, not to edit out others lyrics and write his own as if he intended to swear. You will like this record at the beginning but will most likely tire of the blank spaces in the lyrics quite quickly


Born: March 09, 1987 in Reynoldsburg, OH

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

At only age 13, Bow Wow made his rap debut on Beware of Dog (2000), a double-platinum Top Ten hit, and though he struggled to rival such breakout success in the years that followed, he persevered impressively, maturing as an artist (as well as a man) and releasing a series of albums that met varying degrees of commercial success. In addition to his music career, Bow Wow also found regular work in Hollywood, beginning with Like Mike (2002), a star vehicle for which he recorded a soundtrack. Successive...
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The Price of Fame, Bow Wow
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Dec 15, 2006
  • Clean

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