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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 3, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Empire Distribution Corp.
  • ASIN: B00G9ZZJHY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,647 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

Hopsin is an MC, producer, director, actor, and editor. Hailing from Los Angeles's, Panoramic City, he was determined to be one of Southern CA's premier MCs - in 2004 Hopsin bought an $8 microphone from Wal-Mart, installed Fruity Loops on his computer and locked himself in his basement. After a frustratingly brief stint on Ruthless Records, Hopsin decided to go the independent route and founded his own label, Funk Volume. Since then Hopsin has cultivated a fervent fan-base globally.

Customer Reviews

And his lyrics are great and his subject matter is great.
Dave Rieger
I gave this cd several listens all the way through without needing to skip any tracks.
Jason A. Cleveland
This album exceeded my expectations and I felt that Hopsin stayed real.
jeremy robert browning

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By ramon2585 on November 26, 2013
Format: MP3 Music
Hopsin gets no respect. I know he's not as popular as Drake, but wtf? Get it together people. Anyway,,,

This album was well worth the wait. I loved it! I love the song Good Guys Get Left Behind cause it's a different take on your usual "rap love song". I love it even more because of the song that comes after. Bad Guys Get Left Behind. It's like a continuation of the good guy song, but the opposite. They're both pretty funny.

Then the songs Tear to Snow and I Need Help I love because I can relate to them both. I like the song Gimme That Money because that's exactly what happened to my bro lol. So I know exactly how that works.

Lunch Time Cypher was a great song. Reminded me of when some guys would be rapping in the Cafeteria in High School. I guess it made me nostalgic.

I love the song What's My Purpose because I THINK THE SAME WAY about people lol. Kinda cool to hear it in a song.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Terence on November 27, 2013
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I really enjoyed this album. I am looking forward to this coming in the mail. I also have RAW from him and imo this surpasses the quality of RAW from lyrics to instrumentals. If your somebody that appreciates quality rap music, there is a good chance you will find something to like on this album.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By jeremy robert browning on November 26, 2013
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Hopsin's music opened me up to real hip and rap, and once I started listening to it, I couldn't go back the crap I hear on the radio. So when I heard about his upcoming album, I was excited to say the least. I didn't really know what to expect, but I was hoping Hopsin would get real with this album, instead of turning into a crappy mainstream rapper. This album exceeded my expectations and I felt that Hopsin stayed real. This album was nothing short of pure awesomeness. Whether you are a fan, or you're new to the fascinating world of rap music, this album will not disappoint you.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DJ on July 16, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Hopsin is underrated, which to this day confuses me because people at my school love him. He drops some of the dopest lines & references I have ever heard a street rapper do. This is my first Hop album, and I was not dissapointed. He's a "diss rapper" someone who drops the sick stuff, not necessarily creates the best stories like say, Eminem. However, he is still among the best imo today. I love Hop is Back, Tears To SNow, Good Guys..., and Hip Hop sinister. Those arn't the only great tracks, but they are my favorite.

I recommend this to any hip-hop lover, who is a fan of dope freestyles and sick rhyme drops.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Richardson on December 20, 2013
Format: Audio CD
It's been three long years since Hopsin released his sophomore effort, Raw, and the California spitter has seen his popularity increase tremendously since then. Between the release of that album; getting some generous guest time on albums from Tech N9ne, R.A. the Rugged Man, and the like; and releasing a handful of entries into his "Ill Mind" series, Hopsin is no longer just a name being thrown around between Hip Hop heads who may have stumbled upon his music on accident. Consequently, the hunger for a new album grew with every view on YouTube, and, as a result, Knock Madness was born; an album so aggressive, honest, and unforgiving that it eventually became a chore to get through.

As enjoyable as Knock Madness is, it is also equally annoying due to its overabundance of content. You see, Hopsin is one of those artists who finds himself burdened with a lot of great ideas, but he lacks the time and space to fit them all into an album that feels both comfortable and cohesive. In addition to his usual aggressive content, Hopsin also raps about love, life, skateboarding, and his rise to "fame"--something I will touch on later. All of these topics are discussed at one point or another during this album's 74 minutes, but not all of the offerings feel necessary when compared to the songs they're surrounded by. Truthfully, even if he just cut three or four songs off the album, it would have made a huge difference.

Furthermore, I think Hopsin may be overestimating just how large his core fan base truly is. Up until now I have seen people constantly make comparisons to Eminem's earlier material, but I personally never saw the connection. However, an argument could definitely be made for some of the content found on Knock Madness.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Deandre Brown on December 16, 2013
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I love the lyrical delivery on this album. The songs are very relatable and none of that typical rap we normally hear. It's like the style of eminem, but able to say things that eminem is socially not allowed to say.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Matt B. on December 7, 2013
Format: Audio CD
"Knock Madness" is Hopsin's best release to date. After rounds of speculation, rumor, and leaks it lives up to the hype. The rhyming and flow is phenomenal on many tracks. I have heard a lot of complaints that the beats sound "generic", which may be true, but I like them that way. They fit the raps fairly well.

Individual song rankings:

01. The Fiends are Knocking - (A+)
02. Hop Is Back - (A+)
03. Who's There Ft. Jarren Benton & Dizzy Wright - (B+)
04. Tears to Snow - (A)
05. Rip Your Heart Out Ft. Tech N9ne - (B+)
06. Nollie Tre Flip - (B-)
07. Gimme That Money - (A+)
08. I Need Help - (A)
09. Hip Hop Sinister - (A)
10. Good Guys Get Left Behind - (A-)
11. Bad Manners Freestyle - (B+)
12. Old Friend - (A+)
13. Still Got Love For You - (A)
14. Jungle Bash Ft. SwizZz - (C+) (Least Favorite)
15. Lunch Time Cypher - (A+)
16. Dream Forever - (A-)
17. What's My Purpose? - (A)
18. Caught in the Rain - (A+) (Favorite)
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