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Ryde or Die, Vol. 2

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Reseña de álbum

The far-ranging stable of rappers on the second Ryde or Die volume ensures a diversity album of rapping styles, while the patented Ruff Ryders style of production throughout makes it a surprisingly consistent listen. Once again, producer Swizz Beatz steals the spotlight with his garish synth-powered rhythms, while the other producers — TJ Beatz, P. Killer Trackz, Teflon, and Mahogany — second his signature style. There are moments when the music overshadows the rappers, reaffirming the reasons why Swizz Beatz became such a renowned producer ("Holiday" and "2 Tears in a Bucket" in particular come to mind), and there are moments when his fellow producers lay down equally stunning soundscapes, particularly "Weed, Hoes, Dough" and "Got It All" by Teflon and "Go Head" by TJ Beatz. Yet there are also moments when Beatz's music almost goes too far with its excessive synth use, like on "WW III" and "Friday Night." In addition to the noteworthy production on the album, there is also some stunning rapping by the album's superstars — Method Man ("2 Years in a Bucket"), Snoop Dogg ("WW III"), and Busta Rhymes ("Friday Night") — along with some impressive performances by up-and-coming rappers in the Ruff Ryders stable: Drag-On's "Weed, Hoes, Dough" and Jadakiss' "My Name Is Kiss." There are a few disappointing moments such as DMX's mediocre "The Great," the awkward chorus in "Friday Night," and the questionable synth gaudiness, but these moments are seldom.

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Great song

This is a great son for the hardcore twista fans!!!!!

Dig dis

Dis is da best **** iyve eva herrd!!! I cn't wate til' da neckst ryde or die coms owt!!! Mi favrit song iz I'm a H-O-E!!! Da singin' in dat sonng iz inkredible!!!! P33ce out ya'll!!!

Album is a 3 at best

Had to balance the rating to not mislead everyone checking this album out. The biggest drawback to this album is that it sounds like a bunch of songs thrown onto 1 album as opposed to the team effort you could feel on the first album. Production is also slightly weaker on this album.


Se formó en: 1999 en New York, NY

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

The all-star hip-hop collective/production team Ruff Ryders included CEOs Chivon, Dee, and Waah Dean, producers Swizz Beatz, DJ Shok, and PK, and gold- and platinum-selling rappers DMX, Eve, Drag On, and the LOX (Shawn "Sheek" Jacobs, Jayson Phillips, and David Styles). This incarnation of the Ruff Ryders crafted 1999's Ryde or Die, Vol. 1, which also featured appearances from Big Pun, Mase, Jay-Z, and Jermaine Dupri. Parle, Yung Wun, and Cross & Infa-Red also appeared on Ruff Ryders tracks,...
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Ryde or Die, Vol. 2, Ruff Ryders
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