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The album is, for the most part, nothing spectacular or cathcy, but it has some awesome highlights. Bulldoggin', for one, is definately a change from the mundane, with its speedy lyrics and beats it is cathcy and makes you start moving. Not Afraid, This One, and Push Up Ya Knucks are some other songs that deserve to be mentioned here. I would rate all of those 5, but the album as a whole, as I stated earlier, is nothing to run to your friends about.


Is what this guy has. He's like a SubNoize version of Tech N9ne


You know what? My ex peep me out to Dirtball (Raptillion) and scoop this one because i hella love the second one! Mad Love, Dirtball!!


Born: Oregon

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

With his rapid-fire style, Oregon-based rapper the Dirtball (born David Alexander) merges the lightning-fast delivery of Twista with the off-color lyrics of Eminem to create a style that’s an assault not only on listeners' senses, but possibly their sensibilities. Before becoming a member of the stoner rap collective Kottonmouth Kings, the Dirtball released a string of albums through the group's Suburban Noize label, making his debut with 2005’s Pop-A-D-Ball, followed by 2006’s Raptillion and 2008’s...
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