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Album Review

Wrapped in what is possibly the most prog rock sleeve design in hip-hop history, Exit 13 marks LL Cool J's departure from Def Jam, the pioneering label the MC helped build. Beginning with the blustery and overblown "It's Time for War," Exit 13 does include a couple tracks where LL sounds as on fire as ever, usually when his targets are specific rather than general, as on "You Better Watch Me" and "This Is Ring Tone M...." Elsewhere, the album's tone tilts toward the reactionary in its clear desire to sound just like a standard 2008 mainstream rap album, with unnecessary references to Petron and Cognac and in-your-face evidence that LL really wants you to know he's not behind the times. [This U.K. edition includes a bonus track.]

Customer Reviews

SICK, Cool J is determined!!!

Not many rappers are as versatile as LL Cool J. He has lasted and excelled over 24 years and adapted his style to each audience from each generation. Mr Smith sounds determined and confident in this album and emphasises the current poor state of hip hop highlighting the problem and acting like a messiah, making a point that he is the best and he is BACK! The beats are hot, the flow is the sickest its ever been, Cool J has delevered once again!!!

wot an album!!!

this is one of the best hip-hop albums of the year, get 'it's time for war'...sounds like an old Diddy track from the 90's.. GET THE ALBUM


When i was younger I used to hate LL Cool J.HE wasn't gangster enough. He wasn't cool enough. He didn't swear enough. Now I realise he was the biggest gangster in the game. He was fighting against the whole system and completely breaking by the norm, by not playing to what was eventually becoming played out stereotypes. He is definitly the best lyricist (yes I did say the best) and still has a hot flow. Jigga's flow might be slightly more fly, buthis lyrics will never be as relevant as Cool J. He might not be as relevant over all any more, but his lyrics and music are as fresh and relevant as ever. Cop this for a hip hop 101


Born: 14 January 1968 in Bay Shore, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Hip-hop is notorious for short-lived careers, but LL Cool J is the inevitable exception that proves the rule. Releasing his first hit, "I Can't Live Without My Radio," in 1985 when he was just 17 years old, LL initially was a hard-hitting, streetwise b-boy with spare beats and ballistic rhymes. He quickly developed an alternate style, a romantic -- and occasionally sappy -- lover's rap epitomized by his mainstream breakthrough single, "I Need Love." LL's first two albums, Radio and Bigger and Deffer,...
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