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Black Rob Report: Buy It

First, I only reserve five starts for classics (The Cronic, The Low End Theory, Reasonable Doubt, etc). With that said, BR has delivered a great project to the masses. I highly recommend that you dl and listen to the Black Rob podcast interview on iTunes Street Official Real Talk. During which BR talks about his inspiration, the death of Biggie and life at Bad Boy not to mention his closing statement regarding Jay-Z. Afterwards you will not only appreciate the beats on Watch Your Movements and B.L.A.C.K. but also the true street vibe and flow on Ready, Star in Da Hood, B.R. and Warrior. It will take two listens before you get it but if this album and Kanye's are not on you iPod then you are not a Hip Hop fan. Hotep, RSZ


HEY PUFF, WHERE"S THE PROMOTION? A hot album that no one's gonna know about! Best New York Album, EASY!

Black Rob's back with a report!

With hit single, "Whoa" Black Rob burst on the scene and went platinum with Life Story, with legal troubles, he finally releases his sophomore album, The Black Rob Report. They Heard I Got Life: Nice production, Rob tells it like it is. 3/5 Watch Your Movements: Another successful Akon appearance, hot track. 3.5/5 Star In Da Hood: Smooth production, Rob looks back on hood life. 3.5/5 She's A Pro: Average. 2.5/5 B.R.: New comer Cheri Dennis croons softly, with this rhyme and "BeeeRrrrr" song. 3/5 Ready: A banger that has a kiddy hook, the drums are rumbling and great, hot track. 4/5 B.L.A.C.K.: Hot production, feel good vibe, Rob does well. 3.5/5 When You Come Home: Uptempo and light, Rhea's hook is nice. 3/5 You Know What: Skipper. 2.5/5 Ya'll Know Who Killed Him: Biggie's sample is great with fitting production, good track. 4/5 Fire In Da Hole: Ness joins Rob on this fire filled track. 3/5 Smile In Ya Face: Production was good, nice track. 3.5/5 Warrior: Average with Cali Ranks. 3/5 Team: Young talent off Bad Boy helps with this pass the mic type track. 4/5 Help Me Out: Average. 2.5/5 Long Live B.R.: Good track to end the album. Storytelling shines. 4.5/5 Black Rob's second album is definitely nicely done. It's more street than glam, which is good and the bangers are worthy. Too bad mush mouthed Rob won't sell due to weak promotion. Rating 7.5 out of 10


Born: July 12, 1976 in Buffalo, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Bad Boy Records rapper Black Rob began his recording career appearing on albums like the Cru's Da Dirty 30 and collaborating with artists like L.O.X., Busta Rhymes, Lil' Kim, and Total before releasing his first album, Life Story, in early 2000. The debut featured the hit single "Whoa!" and appearances from L.O.X., Cheryl Riley, the Goodie Mob's Cee-Lo, and Carl Thomas. Though the album went platinum, it wasn't until late 2004 that new Black Rob material appeared, most premiered on mixtapes by DJ...
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