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J.R. can do better. But a nice debut.

I think J.R. is really tatented. For some people to come on here and only give the album 1 star then it's obvious your just hating on him and dipset. I wish I could say this is the album to bring the east back, but unfortunately it is not. For those rooting for the east to come back, we are gonna have to wait and see if Papoose or Jae Millz can do better. J.R. has a really nice flow but his lyrics are not consistently good throughout the album. This possibly could have been avoided if the album would have been 6 or 7 songs shorter. Another rapper with an album too long for his own good. J.R. is talented and is fully capable of dropping some sick lines. He impresses on "To be a Diplomat," "Grill Em," "Take Notes," and "Byrd Call," otherwise the highlights are few and far between. I think a big part of it was the production. I think if the production was better, J.R. would have been more inspired to drop some hotter stuff down. The dipset really need to get some better producers to work with them. They need to get their production games up. "To be a Diplomat," and "Grill Em," are the best beats on the album and they are nice beats but not great. Another problem is the lyrical content. J.R. raps about selling drugs, or how he is better than most rappers. On song after song. He comes off like a young cocky kid. That's cool for a little bit, but after a while it gets kinda repetitive. On some of the songs, a lot it because of the lackluster production he just sounds like he's doing a mixtape again. For the next album he needs to work with better producers and switch up the content a bit more. I gave the album a three but it's more like a 2.5. I have mixed feelings about it. After listening to it a few times, I think the main reason it's not better is the beats. I felt like when J.R. had a decent beat behind him he murdered it, but otherwise the album is too repetitive lyrically and especially musically. Check it out, but don't expect a 4 or 5 type of album.

Jr Tha Writers of all Writers Ya DIg

Best songs on tha album To Be A Diplomat My Life Grill Em Riot Pump Byrd Call Stomp

jr writer is sick

This album is sick the beats and the verses are nasty buy this now

Biography

Born: May 28, 1984 in Harlem, New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Harlem native, Dominican rapper J.R. Writer grew up listening to Big Pun, Big L, and his all-time favorite, 2Pac. As a teen he worked the Harlem hip-hop circuit hard, appearing on local access cable television shows and joining every open-mike competition he could. It was at one of these battles that he met Cam'ron and Juelz Santana, members of a crew known as the Diplomats or Dipset. Cam'ron had just signed a deal with Roc-a-Fella, Santana was unsigned heat, and the first Dipset mixtape was still...
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