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  • Audio CD (January 27, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Atlantic / Wea
  • ASIN: B00008VEN5
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (190 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,301 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Get Me
2. Kill Us All
3. Pimp On
4. Slow Jamz
5. Get That Doe (Ain't It Man)
6. Still Feels So Good
7. Drinks
8. Badunkadunk
9. One Last Time
10. Shows Over
11. Higher
12. Snoopin
13. Like a 24
14. Hope
15. Lovely Day
16. Art and Life

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Keep the Good Vibes Rolling in 2004 with the Unstoppable Twista. The Chicago Music Pioneer Has Spent the Last Few Years Creating Hits with Ludacris, Timbaland, P. Diddy, Too Short and More, Including the Juicy Joint "Thug Luv" with Lil' Kim Fortunately Twista Set Aside Some Choice Cuts for his Long-awaited Solo Album "Kamikaze". Long Time Fans of the Motor-mouth MC Can Breathe Easy, Knowing Twista Builds off his 1997 Album "Adrenaline Rush on "Kamikaze" Including a Sequel to the Title Track Called "Kill Us All".

Seven years have passed since Twista's last solo joint (1997's hood classic, Adrenaline Rush), and that's about three career cycles' worth of evolution in the swiftly moving world of hip-hop. The Chicago speed rapper's managed to do well for himself in the interim, retaining a strong following among the thug-life set and accruing new listeners via judicious appearances on splashy commercial releases like Ludacris's Word of Mouf. The long-delayed Kamikaze plays to both sides of the fan base, presenting a fair mixture of old-school Twista style with enough formulaic stuff thrown in to keep the kids happy. On the "OG" end of things you get tracks like the R. Kelly-produced round-the-way ballad, "So Sexy," and "Pimp On," a player's anthem featuring 8 Ball, Too Short, and the legendary Don "Magic" Juan. But it's the trendier tunes like Kanye West's parody-within-a-parody, "Slow Jamz," and the hustler's anthem, "Higher" (featuring the aforementioned Luda), that make the most noise. --Rebecca Levine

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His flow and lyrics are so good.
Brent Richard
The hit singles off of this cd are Pimp on, Slow Jamz, Overnight Celebrity, Still Feels So Good, So Sexy(Ft.
NOWADAYS, ALBUMS GOT 2 or 3 really good tracks.

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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Eddie-G on January 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Twista's always been my favorite rapper for lyrics, his flo and his articulation. TRUST ME, ITSWORTH THE WAIT. One of my favorite albums OF ALL TIME.
1. Get Me 8/10
2. Kill Us All 8.5/10 (CLASSIC TWISTA)
5. Overnight Celebrity (9/10) Kanye's Krazy !!
6. Still Feels So Good (10/10) Lyrics UNTOUCHABLE ! HOT BEAT!
7. Drinks (8/10) WESTCOAST feelin beat, nice metophors.
8. BAdunkadunk (8/10) Down South Club vibe
9. One last time (6/10) Gangsta beat, Twista's rappin too slow.
10. So Sexy (10/10) ANOTHER HIT !!! R.Kelly and TWIST.
11. Higher (9/10) FASTEST TRACK it PUMPS ME UP! Best collabo is twista and ludacris. Go get Ludacris f/ Twista "Freaky Thangs".
12. Snoopin' (11/10) BEST TRACK!! EVERYTHINGS PERFECT !!
13. Like a 24 (6/10) Down South Club beat. Its aight.
14. Hope (7/10) Every album needs a deep track. Chorus hot.
15. Sunshine (7.5) I like da remix. Again, lyrics is tight.
16. Art & Life (8.5) STR8 Spittin, no hook and its savage.
NOWADAYS, ALBUMS GOT 2 or 3 really good tracks. But with TWISTA'S KAMIKAZE, you can just let it play from Track 1 to 16!
This is Adrenaline Rush's Follow up and Twista just keeps gettin better. Cant nobody come close to dat.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Norfeest VINE VOICE on August 30, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This last reviewer obviously lived under a rock for the last 15 years, is a white guy, or is just getting out of jail because his review is littered with comments that were WAY out of touch with hip hop.

1) "What happened to good rappers like 2pac and Notorious B.I.G., who were about the message and not the money?"

You obviously haven't heard Biggie's "Life After Death" album which overflows with the same content. And 2 Pac? What was the message on "All Eyes On Me"? Was the message that he hated the east coast? And don't even get me started on "Made Ni@@aZ" feat The Outlawz from the "Gang Related" soundtrack? And I quote "I'm a Bad Boy killa / Murder muthaf**kas daily / the feds trail me / so my alias' Makaveli"? And let's not forget that he's draped in diamonds and tossing money everywhere in the video. Now what was the message there, that he's a rich murderer? Please. Fill me in if I missed something. And remember, no matter what label Tupac was on when he made those records, the fact remains.....that Tupac DID make those records.

2) "What happened to the songs about violence, political issues and annoyance with the media? Well, Eminem, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre do that, so I'd choose them over idiots like Twista anyday."

"Violence, POLITICAL ISSUES, and annoyance with the media"? While 2 out of 3 isn't bad, name ONE song where 50 speaks on political issues. Eminem tried on "White America", but that hardly qualifies as "political". And Dr. Dre doesn't cover any of those topics...well, he used to cover violence. But his presence doesn't count behind the mic and anyone with an ear for good music knows this.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Highsmith on March 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
After appearing on various Rocafella collaborations such as "Is That Your Chic" w/Memphis Bleek, Jay Z & Missy Elliott, "Champions" w/Kanye West, Beanie Sigel, and Cam'ron from the "Paid In Full" soundtrack and "Poppin' Tags" with Jay Z, Killer Mike and Big Boi from Outkast, Twista has finally released another CD. Although "Kamikaze" was released on Atlantic Records, it seems as if Twista really wants to be a Rocafella soldier. The first single from "Kamikaze" is the Kanye West produced "Slow Jamz" which features Twista, Kanye West and Jamie Foxx. If you haven't heard this song by now then you must not have access to a radio or basic cable television. This song has been heard constantly and for good reason. The concept makes sense and this is a good way for people who may not have known who Twista was to get introduced to him. "Get Me" gets the CD off to a good start and if you still disbelieve in his skills, Twista comes back strong on one of my favorite tracks on his CD in "Kill Us All". Toxic, who produces 7 songs on "Kamikaze", definitely has his best work on this song and Twista takes over a 4 minute lyrical ride on the track. On "Higher", Twista employs Ludacris on the track and the two artists have a memorable collaboration on the track. If you have any kind of system in your car or truck then you will enjoy this track. Although Twista starts off hard, he definitely tones things down for the ladies and for the clubs, almost even too much. The best of these songs being another Kanye West produced track in "Overnight Celebrity". Kanye samples the classic Lenny Williams slow jam, "'Cause I Love You", to perfection. This should definitely be the next single. This is my favorite song on this CD by far and is worth the price of the CD alone.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MW on July 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
It's been a long time comin' for Twista to finally break out into the limelight, but with an album of this caliber, I think it was better this way. Lyrically, Twista is in a league of his own, and has often outshined people on their own songs, which makes it pretty hard for people to hold it down together with Twista on his own. But luckily, most of the tracks showcase Twista on his own or with people just doin' the hooks, such as the radio-made "So Sexy" w/ R. Kelly. Twista pretty much kills every track he is on, including the opening two tracks "Get Me" and "Kill Us All". Of course everybody knows how good "Slow Jams" was w/ Kanye West and Jamie Foxx, but I think it should have ONLY been on Twista's cd. The Kanye West-produced "Overnight Celebrity" is a standout track too. The best song on here though, "One Last Time", is a track where Twista is not even rappin' in his normal fast pace, but rappin' at an average speed, in which he songs better than most people who can ONLY rap at a regular speed. Another highlite, which closes out the album is the stutter-step neat of "Art & Life" w/ Memphis Bleek, Freeway, and Young Chris. This song would have been better though if Young Chris was replaced w/ Beanie Sigal, and maybe replacin' Bleek w/ Jay-Z. But hey, you can't ask too much since this album gave us so much anyway. Here's to Twista comin' back even stronger, hopefully with the same marketing and publicity as before.
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