13 Songs, 46 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
704 Ratings
704 Ratings
TexasLonghornsRock! ,

this album is great

i think travie mccoy is one of the best and came out with a nice album
yes for kid cudi or no for travie

Menace3404 ,

Not the same Travis with Gym Class Heores

Travis' style has changed completely beginning with Gym Class Heroes' album "The Quilt." I started liking GCH/Travis because of his sharp witted, fast talking hip hop style. He's definitely changed to become a singer instead of a rapper. The music used to be unique, now it's just another pop album. It's sad to see such a talented hip hop artist turn into a pop singer.

I'm not knocking it, because I couldn't do it. But this kind of music just isn't for me or other GCH fans that have been there since the beginning. Do what you have to to make that money I guess.

alltimelow4ever14 ,


Travie was great releasing this, and going on the too fast for love tour really helped promote the album. I wouldn't hav checked this out if he didn't go out touring with cobra starship and 3oh!3. He's great live- I totally recomend it :)

About Travie McCoy

Born Travis Lazarus McCoy in Geneva, NY, rapper Travie McCoy first made a name for himself as the lead vocalist of the alternative rap group Gym Class Heroes. Outside of the band, McCoy is an accomplished rapper in his own right, having won the MTV Direct Effect MC Battle as well as having guest spots on tracks by Kelly Rowland and Tyga. After releasing four albums with Gym Class Heroes, McCoy began work on a solo record. In 2010, he released his first album without his band, Lazarus, on Fueled by Ramen. ~ Gregory Heaney

Geneva, NY
August 5, 1981




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