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Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Gangsta Advisory
  • ASIN: 5559848301
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Crazy Jim on February 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Ronald Gillion was simply known as a hustler from the streets of LBC until friends convinced the young "Lil C-Style" into picking up a mic and learning the rap game. In 1994, he joined up with Snoop & the Dogg Pound on Death Row's "Murder Was The Case" soundtrack and gained moderate success with "Who Got Some Gangsta S--t". Over the last decade, he had a falling out with Snoop and dropped memorable verses on compilations for Death Row Records and 19th Street Records. Now after close to ten years in the game, he finally drops his debut solo album on his own independent label, Rocchead Records, with distribution from longtime collaborator, Daz Dillinger.
"Blacc Balled" is not a bad start for Lil' Style. Most of the production work is handled by Style's in-house producer, C-O, but Fred Wreck blesses the title track with a real banger of a beat. On it, Style lets those who aren't familiar with his work know what the deal is. Lil' Style revisits an old classic and gives it an update for 2004 with "Who Got Some Gangsta S--t 2". He's not alone though as Daz shows up to spit a verse. Daz also guests on "Bounce Yo Ridahz" and handles the production work on "I Just Want to Fucc" which seems to sample Roger and Zapp's "Computer Love". Tha Eastsidaz, Tray Deee & Goldie Loc, show off their production skills on "G-Style", another absolute banger. You can hear the duo's influence all over this track as you can easily imagine them spitting a verse to this one. It's a shame that there isn't a little bit more Dogg Pound involvment on this album because Style seems to work real well with them.
"Blacc Balled" has some solid moments but it also has its share of problems.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G$ on November 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Comments: The Long Beach hustler, Lil C-Style, finally dropped his solo
debut after being heard for almost 10 years (1st on the Murder was the case
soundtrack) and being on a lot of fellow LBC rapper's albums &
compilations. Although lyrically he isn't the greatest, he makes a pretty
good CD. Features a few guest appearances but not as many as I hoped to see
from his ol' LBC homies. Doesn't talk about bad about any of the homies he
had falling out with but he does address them all on one song. Has one
great song (about rumors he was killed a couple years back) and the rest
are pretty good, good enough to listen through but not great. Only has 10
songs and too many skits (5) but a good CD to have for LBC fans.

#2 - 7.5
#3 - 8.5
#4 - 8.5 (f/ Daz & Quicktomac)
#5 - 8 (moderate production done by Tray Deee & Goldie Loc)
#7 - 9 (remake of 'who got some gangsta sh*t the first track he recorded on
from 'Murder was the Case Soundtrack'
#8 - 9 (f/ very impressive rapping skills by an unknown: Small Will??)
#10 - 10 (a classic - addressing the rumors he was murdered a little while
back)
#11 - 8
#12 - 9 (dedication to 2 of his dead homies)
#14 - 5 (f/ Speshyo)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By ThaRealest0431 on February 11, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This legendary cat took all those years to finally drop a solo album, but it was worth the wait! Dude has one of the sickest voices I've ever heard. He tears up every track he's on and doesn't disapoint at all. If your a fan of the old death row days or the west coast, definitly snatch this up cause its nuts. The only thing that I hate about it is that there is only 10 songs (5 skits) and I expected it to be a full album but it only comes out to around 50 minutes so its pretty short. But besides that, its dope!
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THE CD IS GOOD, BUT MY MAIN REASON FOR PURCHASING THIS ITEM WAS TRACK NUMBER 7 & 12. ALSO, I JUST LOVE THAT WEST COAST SOUND. YOU KNOW, THAT G FUNK.
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