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Album Review

With his Diplomats crew at a crossroads and his solo career tied up in label problems, member Juelz Santana had to stake his claim with the help of his Skull Gang crew. Many of the tracks on their self-titled debut come from Santana's 2008 mixtape Takeover: The New Movement to Move With, where they sounded much more compressed. Here, the vibrant production benefits from the wider sound spectrum, with layered tracks like "Aggy" and "Drama Fold" coming through loud and clear. Santana's planned album with Lil Wayne gets previewed on the key track "Problems," while the party monster "I Am the Club" gets into fellow Dipset member Jim Jones' territory with a heavy beat and rock-solid hook. The Auto-Tune effect is employed way too often, but a bigger issue is how this better than expected set of tracks fails to truly introduce the crew, coming off as more of a Santana and friends release than as a proper Skull Gang debut.

Customer Reviews

its tight

heard most of the cuts before buts still tight without DJs yelling all over the tracks

westcoast

this dude is wack ... westside....

The song "I Am The Club" is ridiculous but Itunes needs to get the video for it now! the vid=awesome

Best songs are "I Am The Club" and body like a maserati a.k.a. "Mazi." Overall Itunes needs to get it together cause they need the video for "I am The Club" A.S.A.P.

Biography

Formed: 2008 in New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

With his usual crew on hold due to infighting and his solo career tied up in contract disputes, Dipset member Juelz Santana formed his own group, Skull Gang, in 2008. Featuring Santana along with Richmond Rab, Starr, Unkasa, John Depp, Deniro, and Riq Rose, the crew first appeared on the mixtape Takeover: The New Movement to Move With released in...
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