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Ok, i thought "Its Goin Down" was rock bottom for rap and put it simply...i was wrong. This honestly has to be one of the worst rap albums i have ever heard, and no im not just saying that because i dont like this guy. Its times like this that i really would give anything for Tupac to come out of hiding and put out some new stuff, instead of releasing songs under Blac Haze. Besides that, this album really isnt worth your money at all...if you want real hip hop albums go get Talib Kweli's "right about now:the official sucka free mixtape" or even one of Common's albums. This guy really has no talent that i can see and his voice doesnt help his case either. DO NOT BUY THIS ALBUM! Quit supporting talentless newcomers just because its the new thing out...i have heard tons of underground artists that are much better than this guy.

Don't buy the album all at once

It's an allright album, a few good tracks like "It's Goin Down", "Dope Boy Magic", and "Patron". The album costs $14, and there's only 13 actual tracks not including interludes, so don't buy the album as one.

Another Waste Of Tight Beats

If you want some tight beats and you can ignore how stupid this guy sounds then go ahead and pick this CD up. The only reason I gave it 2 stars is because the production is decent. Maybe I'm starting to show my age, but I just do not hear anything lyrical coming out of this guys mouth period. I do not understand why the world is in love with Yung Joc or Young Jeezy. Thank god Ice Cube came out on the same day and Busta Rhymes comes out a week later. You young folk that's giving this 4 and 5 stars need to check out some real Hip-Hop vets like Cube and Bussa Bus. They are real Hip-Hop artist.


Born: September 20, 1980 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Rapper Yung Joc (born Jasiel Robinson) learned about running his own business from his father, who owned a hair-care products company. It was also his father who gave a teenage Yung Joc his first break, writing a jingle for the Revlon company. Joc decided right then that the hip-hop business was for him, but he needed time to find his own style. Watching the various hip-hop crews that grew out of his native Atlanta, Yung Joc didn't feel a kinship to any movement until the hard-edged T.I. came on...
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  • $10.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Gangsta Rap, Dirty South, Hardcore Rap
  • Released: Jun 06, 2006
  • Parental Advisory

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