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The Villain (Bonus Track Version)

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Not Damn Bad

Reasonably well balance album but 'who want it' is by far the best on the album. Mainly because it has Eminem in it.

Finally

Finally a gd gangsta album in 08!!!

Trick-Trick Unleashes another beast of an EP along with the Tricks Up His Shady Sleaves

To Say that Trick-Daddy’s latest developing mastered Protégé;
The undisputed Villain of Detroit’s Hard professional Hip-Hop Rap scene;
Trick Trick; is just another dark-hearted unreasonable reckless pioneer of the rap scene; would be a Majorly mistaken statement, for thus any statement made about any rapper of a harder upbringing would be vulnerable of being an unjustified loaded statement.
To put a firm labelling staple on Trick’s music and persona, However, would be a very difficult thing to do...

For This is a man that has managed to keep a frighteningly real feel of constant energy and a very astute grip on the control of a Genre that has nearly defined the very city he grew up in.
Trick’s new bonus track version release of The Villain is yet another underrated but painstakingly great underground rap album/LP and proves his talent for getting a great, heavily charged slick thumping bass sound out of each and every club track.

With this new more recent release of THE VILLAIN, Trick Trick is proving critics almost blasphemous by making it yet again on an album that pretty much personifies who he is as an entertainer and what he stands for in his end of the industry. (Which is perfectly fine if you’re not some shocked, strictly caring parent trying to raise and protect about 2-5 young innocent kids from the like of the typical lifestyle of Hip-Hop music, Rap Culture, hard party scenes and experimentalism with substances. What normal parent wouldn’t right?)

Even so, It still makes a bold, very adult based statement and it suits its background to a tee.
Once again Trick proves that his hard-up Detroit howler attitude never starts too far or strays too far away from what is really helping him making a marking impression on his tracks.

With an all-round all-star true origin rap rouster backing him up in his latest major music endeavour with 19 quick-hitting, hard-R&B tracks, in fact anything less than a 3 star rating for every track apart from Who Want It with the Rapper’s Supporting Backer; The Notoriously Twisted yet Mature White Rap God of true Hip-hop Eminem aka the one and only Marshal Mathers III; would not do it justice.

With what sounds like an opening to a very suspiciously similar sound feel to the high ruling King of Krunk Lil’ Jon’s elevated rebel yell.
Trick's hard going tracks like this on an ep from what is yet another production straight from the bustling industrial jungle of Detroit, are a must have for any hard-rap/more racy modern roll-up Heavy Hip-Hop fan or any teenager that is big into Rap and drives.
This particular album is just something you’ve just gotta experience as a music head and eventually it is one of those awesome experiences that you’ll just grow to love as if your a teenager on a journey through Trick-Trick’s Ego”The Villain”’s persona and what it means to be a real Michigan rapper/Hip-Hop music entrepreneur.
You won’t find anything more sincere or sinisterly catchy.
Trust me, just buy the EP. Trust Me

The Villain (Bonus Track Version), Trick Trick
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