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Playing With Fire

Kevin Federline

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A Poem For Mr. Spears

This former back-up dancer Now known as Mr. Spears Has brought us the worst album To be released in years Though he thinks he's Eminem He's more Vanilla Ice And after you've heard this one once You wouldn't hear it twice Just listen to the lyrics And see if you agree These are the worst songs ever "sung" In all of history The first single is "Lose Control" A track that should be tossed I would suggest this album Be avoided at all cost Maybe next year on April 1 (You'll get two for a buck) Buy `em for an All Fool's joke and watch your pals upchuck

We are all to blame for this

I'm at a loss for words. Nowhere in this jumbling for self-promotion and rap cliche´s is there a shread of originality, musical ability, or even complete thoughts. Gangsta rap seems to be Kevin's main influence for this album. That wouldn't be such a bad choice if the artist wasn't the furthest thing imaginable from a gangsta. Most of the tracks from "America's Most Hated" to "The World is Mine" use the typical melodic, dark, background rythem while the vocals seem stolen from real rappers. From "America's Most Hated": "This marijuana got me so sedated, I'm Kevin Federline, America's Most Hated" feels as if taken directly a Mike Jones album. The only difference is that Mike Jones doesn't rap with a southern accept. The song "A League of My Own" seems to scream "Pity me, for the media thinks I'm an idiot." This album does more to prove that point than the media ever could. Britney is featured on a number of songs, but her voice is synthisized and distorted more than ever. Even so, when she does enter a song, it is the one time I've ever felt a sense of relief upon hearing hear voice. At least this album shows that she and her husbund do have one thing in common: they both love Kevin Federline. My only question is: why does this album exist? Why should a failing background dancer be given a recording contract while musicians that rely on talent, musical ability, and an undeniable love for music are tossed aside? The answer is simple: we buy it. For the same reason that the National Enquiror outsells the New York Times, we seem obsessed with celebrity couples more than real issues and real music. We are all to blame for this. Until we learn what is important in our music, we may see many more albums like this.

Save your Money... Eminem's The Re-Up is only a month away.

Are you kidding me. This is 100% garbage. I listened to this and just laughed my A** off. Who does he think he is? Certainly not Eminem because EM can write and rap. No Paul Wall either because Paul Wall has street cred. Kevin Federline's cd is just like Paris Hiltons, just another stupid rich person taking advantage of their 15 minutes of fame. Kevin, leave the music to Britney shes sold millions or albums because when its all said and done you will only be remembered as the guy who got Britney knocked up. Congrats on the Album.. a few nice beats, but all the weed smokin, slappin hoe lyrics are old. You didnt grow up in the ghetto, you dont have any street cred, and NO your cornrows dont make you gangsta. Stop being fake, your were already a joke, now your a walking punch line. Cant wait to see the soundscan figures.

Biography

Born: March 21, 1978

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the most notorious pop culture figures of the 2000s, Kevin Federline became an instant superstar when he married Britney Spears. Federline's immediate fame led to the reality TV show Chaotic, which documented the early days of the couple known...
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