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From his early days as one of the main post-Dre artists on Death Row through his yearlong Hip Hop Weekly series (with a new song released via MySpace every week between 2003 and 2004) and his career rebirth as a charter member of the Slaughterhouse crew, Long Beach emcee Crooked I has been putting in work for almost two decades now. More popular than ever, he still has a relentless work ethic and extensive discography that includes countless high-prolife collaborations, mixtapes, EPs, and group albums. Hot on the heels of self-released joints like On the House and Psalm 82:V6, he's finally dropping his official full-length studio debut. Set to futuristic-thug production from the likes of Snaz, Mr. Porter, Tabu, and Jonathan Elkaer, he serves up 11 tracks speaking on the corniness of Internet gangsters ("Yodo"), being a rap king ("Crowns"), and the ups and downs of various relationships ("A Lady Fell in Love"). A solid effort from an LBC vet.

Customer Reviews

It needs better production

He is lyrical but at the same time ( except for No Sleep Gang) the rest of the beats on here are corny. It needs better production.


Very good album based on just YODO and the little bit I heard from here, flow slower then usual, and the convection he usually brings is still good, but crooked can do better

This album is awesome!

Lyrical god. Swear on it, and he's real.


Born: September 23, 1978 in Long Beach, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

For a brief spell during the late '90s, Crooked I was signed to Virgin. The Long Beach MC appeared on Virgin and Virgin-affiliated compilations like the Caught Up soundtrack ("Girl," with Luniz) and C-Style's 19th Street LBC Compilation ("Gangsta Gangsta," "Bounce to This"). Not a free agent for long, Crooked subsequently fell in with Suge Knight and signed to Death Row, appearing on the Too Gangsta for Radio compilation ("Death Rizzo" and "Gangsta Rap," which also featured Treach and Scarface) and...
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Apex Predator, Crooked I
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Rap
  • Released: Jul 30, 2013
  • Parental Advisory

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