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Album Review

Although it may look like the return of the Lox, No Security truly is a D-Block album. Lox/D-Block members Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, and Styles P are primarily labelheads or crew leaders here, something that might disappoint those thinking this is a proper group effort. Seeing as how the D-Block crew has over 30 affiliates, the too-much-posse problem is an issue, but on a compilation level, there's an unexpected, unified feel with street life and victory being the main themes. "Get That Paper" is the album's motivational thug message in a nutshell, and like most tracks, it's more pimp than player (major exception being "Get Ya Bounce On" featuring "Chicken Noodle Soup" man Webstar). Fans finding Jadakiss' solo career a bit too slick will find these cold, hard surroundings welcome, but he's only on a handful of tracks, leaving much of the dirty work to Louch and P. Important names to mention off the long list of credits include Beanie Sigel — a welcome addition to the opening "So Much Trouble" — and producer Pete Rock who helms the ominous remix of "Like That Y'All." Even if the trio takes over much more of the album's artwork than they do the album's music, this fringe, almost-mixtape release is an easy recommendation for the D-Block faithful.

Customer Reviews

Disappointing! Could/Should Have Been Better!

What is this? First, everyone is waiting for the LOX album to come out, so if this is a preview of what the LOX album is to be, then they really need to rethink what they are doing! Second, for this to be the first real release of a D-Block album and not some mix tape, it should have been better! The beats are bad, the rhymes from the new members or “Up and Coming” rappers should have been better! Anyone can curse, but not everyone can rhyme and this is way less than a solid album coming from a group that can really put a record together! I think they need to refocus and start putting out great music instead of somewhat decent music!

Brother's keeper

Brother's Keeper makes this whole album.


Enough said from the title. Nothing not worth buying. But brothers keeper is the best song ive heard in years.


Born: Yonkers, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

The members of Yonkers, NY, rap crew the LOX (Jadakiss, Sheek Louch, and Styles P) founded D-Block Records, which officially launched with Sheek's solo album Walk Witt Me in 2003. The label's roster -- which also includes J-Hood (aka Jae Hood), Team Arliss, and the president of D-Block Records, Supa Mario -- took on the D-Block name for compilations and other material released within New York's vibrant mixtape circuit. A highlight of D-Block's developing catalog, The CD/DVD Mixtape reached into the...
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