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Album Review

2009's All World 2 duplicates four songs compiled on1996's All World: Greatest Hits. It’s an acceptable starting point if you don’t need the likes of “I Need a Beat,” “I’m Bad,” “Going Back to Cali,” “The Boomin’ System,” and “Mama Said Knock You Out.” If you already own the first All World, you’ll be getting a disc that adds 13 LL Cool J songs to your collection — a mix of deep album cuts, minor hits, and major smashes released across the full span of Mr. Smith's career.

Customer Reviews

music: 4.5 out of 5, song choices: 3.5 out of 5

One major point against this set is that 4 songs "Rock the Bells," "Jack the Ripper," "Big Ole Butt," and "Around the Way Girl" are already on the first All World compilation. Don't get me wrong, they're classic hip-hop tracks, but it's a bit unfair to those who may have been planning to buy both "All World" sets (I include myself in that group). I was expecting other newer singles such as "Father," "Imagine That," and "Control Myself" to be included, but aside from that it does a pretty descent job covering the second half of his career. Also, it is good to see the inclusion of older songs such as "I'm That Type of Guy," "To the Break of Dawn," and "Pink Cookies...," which did not make the last set.

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Where's Can-I-bus on 4-3-2-1? Did he really get under L.L's skin that bad?

Biography

Born: January 14, 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...
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