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Paul Wall has called Fast Life his most mature album to date, and while that doesn’t mean he’s traded street rap for a career like Common’s, his third record is a carefully crafted work of Houston hip-hop. Anchored by three immeasurably thick slices of Texas toast —“Got to Get It,” “One Hundred” and “I’m Clean”—Fast Life allows Wall to try some new things. While “Bizzy Body” and “Fly” are custom-built club tracks, “Daddy Wasn’t Home” features the most vulnerable lyrics of Wall’s career, and adds another classic to the ever-growing list of hip-hop tributes to mom. Former blink-182 drummer Travis Barker shows up to produce the metal-infused “I Need Mo” and “Pop One of These,” the later of which is an amped-up hybrid of classic electro and Bay Area hyphy. Unlike some of his Houston comrades, Wall doesn’t stray too far from what he knows best. He understands his limits, and knows how to maximize his strengths, which makes Fast Life a well-balanced, unpretentious serving of Southern rap.

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It's a funny thing, when I first heard Paul Wall on tv back in 05-06 with his first single "Sittin Sidewayz" I didn't even like him. Don't really know why, I guess I just didn't care for that style back then. But as I hear more and more of the crap that is being played on tv everyday, with this autotune crap, it really makes me miss the good ol days when Paul Wall, Mike Jones, and all the other Houston rappers where runnin the game. I miss the ol style of crunk, with a little more purpose in their lyrics than "Crank that Soulja Boy". I know Paul Wall aint no lyrical king, but he outmatches everybody on tv by far. Now I can't help but 2 show my respects to this man, cuz he still doin his thang all this time,only over time he has grown as an artist. It's ashame he aint more well known like he was back in the day, cuz the world is really missin out. Keep doin ya thang homie, as long as u keep it real, ya loyal fan base will stick right here by your side. Much luv.


SwishaHouse kills it like always! No one compares to this ice!


Born: March 11, 1981 in Houston, TX

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

MC and DJ Paul Wall (born Paul Slayton) grew up as a hardcore disciple of fellow Houstonian DJ Screw and became so familiar with the pioneering DJ's woozy, slowed-down style of remixing that he had to adjust to hearing hip-hop at any other tempo. Prior to making a nationwide breakout in 2005 with a guest spot on Mike Jones' "Still Tippin'" and his Swishahouse/Atlantic Records debut, The Peoples Champ, Wall was involved with promotional street teams, DJed parties, put together underground mixtapes,...
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