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Album Review

Having left the underground in his wake, Lil' Flip gets a little ambitious by making his third solo album a double-disc set. Though the two discs combined only add up to an hour and a half worth of music (admittedly just ten minutes more than a filled-out single disc), he still doesn't deliver enough hot material to warrant the move. Two remarkable guest appearances prior to this — on David Banner's "Like a Pimp" and Fam-Lay's "Rock 'n Roll" — raised the level of anticipation for the set considerably. Though a good chunk of what's here could've been sacrificed, Flip more or less delivers. The blip-filled, Fury-produced "Game Over" ranks with his best tracks to date, and even without it, the hit-to-miss ratio is favorable. DJ Paul and Juicy J, Play-n-Skillz, Carl So-Lowe, the Heatmakerz, and the Legendary Red Spyda contribute beats; Pastor Troy, Ludacris, and the Diplomats provide guest verses. Flip isn't really saying anything that he hasn't said before, but his skills have improved greatly since his status as a local phenomenon. Having to bounce between two discs is undeniably problematic, though. When you reach the only track involving David Banner, at the very end of the second disc, it's like discovering the prize at the bottom of a Lucky Charms box. [The album was also made available in a clean version.]


Born: 03 March 1981 in Houston, TX

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Amid the flourishing underground rap scene of Houston, Lil' Flip rose to quick and prosperous fame after his independently released 2000 album, The Leprechaun, broke through to a national audience, prompting the young rapper's signing to Universal Records soon after. Nicknamed the Freestyle King, a teen-aged Flip won the attention of the immortalized DJ Screw, who ushered the rapper into his loose-knit Screwed Up Click. The affiliation brought instant respect for Flip throughout Texas as well as...
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