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Album Review

The difference between the 2008's Mobstability II and 1998's Mobstability is right on the cover. Ten years prior it was "Twista & the Speedknot Mobstaz," but Mobstability II rightfully sports "Presents" since Speedknot members Liffy Stokes and Mayz are running the show here, with Twista stopping by for the occasional — and all successful — guest shot. The end result is a 100 percent thug album, unrelenting with the cocaine and gun talk and unwilling to cross over with any radio-friendly material. A narrow as that is, Liffy Stokes and Mayz have waited ten years to front their own full-length and are both hungry and well-rehearsed, making the single-minded material sound fresh from start to finish. When "Cognac n Zesbud" offers "I'm trying to get rich like I'm Oprah/Get a Bent with a chauffeur/Lay back and party on the French Riviera like I'm Hova," it's the down-low Chicago street noise of 1998 all over again, as exciting as before and as gutter as ever. Even if there are a hundred tracks named "Dopeboy," the performance and hook of this one make it memorable, and even if China White Productions member Steven Dukes produces well over half the album, all of his beats are welcome. Anyone who was unimpressed with the Mobstaz's work on the original Mobstability will find them as shallow and unnecessary as before, but fans of the first album or old-school Twista before he went slick will be happy to see these three returning to the cold hard streets.

Customer Reviews

Mobstability Follow up

If you heard their album from 1998 "mobstability" then you know what to expect. While that album was way better its still great to see that they can put out another album after all these years. They were hot back then right when twista was coming up and the most slept on back then. If you haven't heard it then pick up their first disc and see what its really about then you can understand. This is a lot better than whats floating around on the scene right now anyways!

If you like rap from 2000-2005 era

Then you will like this cd. Rap today has gone crazy. These mobstaz has stuck to the game and even though most rap has evolved into the really bad grabage. These dudes kept it real whith this good ride and smoke type beats. They sound like a mix between 3 6 mafia and the OG twista. Which is alright by me.

i got money to blow

dat songs tight as hell, now i gotta blow some money.

Mobstability II: Nation Bizness, Speedknot Mobstaz
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