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Still Writing In My Diary: 2nd Entry
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Here's why I like Petey Pablo: he tries to be creative, and he is himself. That is lot more then you can say for a lot of rappers. With the exception of O' its On (which is still a hot song), Petey doesn't try to act like he is the hardest thing since Ron Jeremy discovered [adult relations] (I came up with that one). When you listen to a Petey Pablo album, you know he's having fun and he's putting his all into the album and doesn't care if people like it or not. Petey's second solo act has hot beats by lil' Jon (whose beats all sound the same but some come out hot), Timbaland, Kanye West, Mannie Fresh, and T&J productions who produced Boy's Bathroom which I'm definately feelin'. I also like how he split the cd up with the faster paced tracks in the begining and the slower, but still relatively upbeat, songs at the end. The clowns who gave the cd one star probably bearly listened to it. Actually, I guarentee the one kid never even listened to the cd but still reviewed it. If your going to say something sucks, try it to see if it actually sucks. Until then, your opinion is worthless and we all wasted our time having heard it. But, if you don't even like rap music, here is quick tip for you: don't listen to rap music, and don't waste your time writing reviews for rap cd's. It may seem difficult at first to pull yourself away from rap music if you don't like it, because then you will have nothing to whine about. But, I guarentee that if you follow my two step program, and stop listening to rap and stop crying about it in your reviews, we will all be better off. (...)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Format: Audio CD
Petey Pablo is a rapper who does his own thing. His songs are his own and he brings an individuality that is almost gone from hip-hop these days. These days everyone wants to be Fifty Cent, 2Pac, Biggie. They are all three legends, but to really make a mark in this game you have to be original. Petey delivers. As far as the album goes:
1. Part 2 - 4/5
2. Did You Miss Me - 3/5
3. Jam Y'all - 5/5
4. Freek A Leek - 5/5
5. O It's On - 5/5
6. Let's Roc - 4/5
7. Stick 'Em Up - 3/5
8. Get On Dis Motorcycle - 5/5
9. Break Me Off - 3/5
10. Boy's Bathroom - 3/5
11. U Don't Want Dis - 4/5
12. What You Know About It - 3/5
13. I Swear - 4/5
14. Roll Off - 4/5
15. Be Country - 4/5
16. He Spoke to Me - 5/5
17. Vibrate - 4/5
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on June 17, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is a whole lot better than his first album. So if you liked his first album than you'll defintely like this album. He still has some pretty lame chorus's but he spits some hot verses on this album.
I think I gave his first album one star.... I hated that album, I think I liked maybe 3 songs (Raise Up, I, & Petey Pablo) I gave this album ANOTHER chance; and its a little more listenable, probably about 3 stars.
Some standout songs on this album are:
1- Part 2
4- Freek-A-Leak
5- O its on feat Young Buck
8- Get on dis motorcycle feat Bubba Sparxxx
11- U Dont Want Dat feat Lil Jon (MY FAVE)
12- What You Know About It
The rest of the songs are also good but these are my favorites. One thing that you got to get used to with Petey is his choruses. Sometimes they can be weird or just straight up stupid.
Even is u didnt like his first album, give this one a listen you may be surprised.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 29, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Just like Petey Say ... He is "one of the only problems to ever come out of Carolina" ... Petey has a mad flow ... He puts statement together that really make you think ... He is from Greenville, NC ... Thats only about 1 hr away from where I am from ... He gives shout outs to little small towns in the area ... U gotta respect someone who does not forget where they came from ... In my Opinion ... # 6 is the tightest track on there ... "Lets Rock" is another Carolina anthem and if u from the NC ... It makes u hold your head up hi ... Radio does not give him play around here ... only Freek-A-Leek gets played ... And on the album ... he licks mad shots at K-97.5 in Raleigh ... He knows that they dont play him like they should ... So he is like ... "Fu** Em !!" ... Thats Real Rite there ... The only things that he needs to improve are some on his hooks ... Some of the chorus are mediocore at best ... Other than that ... Its fire ... Cop It and show your love for the "Carolina Bird Dawg" ...
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on June 13, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is a gr8 album! Out of 17 songs about 12 or 13 are tight!
Petey Pablo has shown me so much since first the album. Which only had like 2 good songs! He actually suprised me when I heard this. I thought it was gonna be a one hit wonder with "Freek-A-Leek" and I was super sceptical at first so I just went with my friend's opinion and got it. I was so suprised! If u don't get this album you'll be missing out on hits like Freek-A-Leek, O it's on with Young Buck of G-Unit,
Stick em'up, Get on dis motorcycle with Bubba Sparks, U don't want dat with killa beat maker Lil' Jon.! And also He Spoke To Me, and thats just some of the hits1 Go cop dis album if u ain't got it!
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on May 10, 2004
Format: Audio CD
who knew that this would be a great album. i mean i am not really a petey pablo fan but when i purchased this album for that one song, i was anticipating on playing one song on repeat. But to my suprise there are a lot great tracks on here, stick em up, lets roc, boys bathroom off da chain. The tracks are well placed and the mixture of beats make this a really good album, nothing to go down in history but definitely good for the present.
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on May 5, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Aight this cd is off tha chain, after the first album he was gone along time but now he's back and its grazy, With Big producers like Timberland, kanye west,Lil Jon and more. He still rappin tha Dirty Dirty style and it sounds very good. The Number Jam Ya'l and O Its on with Young Buck are the most finest but the rest is also very good!!!!Big Up To My dogz in AA and DNCK whut up!!!!peace out!
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on September 6, 2010
Format: MP3 MusicVerified Purchase
I like Petey. I'm a little partial because I'm from NC, but still I like his style. There are a few songs I skip over when I listen to the CD (namely Boys Bathroom... not sure why I just can't stand it), but the rest of the CD is great. With appearances from Baby, TQ, and Bubba Sparxx I would definately reccommend this to CD to anyone looking for something in this genre.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 25, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Petey Pablo has put himself in the mainstream and got nation wide attention after the hit single "raise uP" and later "I", and "Raise Up USA rmx", however, i must say i was quite disgusted with the rest of his debut album "1st Entry". But Petey has really proved himself in this album, although first hit single "freek-a-leek" is a commercial song thats about sex and shows little rapping talent when he just talks on his verses and randomly name girl's names with someone going "how you like me daddy..." in the back, that is not what rest of this album is. There aer many solid tracks on this CD, and production wise, ALL of the tracks on this CD stands out. Nonetheless, Petey's lyrical skill and delivery still hasn't reached the level of a veteran MC but he does okay on this album. That's maybe the only flaw to this album is that, NOTHING really catches you and get you into the album. Unless you like "freek-a-leek" that is. The song, "O Its On" feat. Young Buck raelly caught my attention and that is probably my favorite track. Petey and Buck calls ppl in this rap games "ppl who wears panties" and "pussies". Petey also calls out Bone Crusher openly. Despite the average lyrical verses delivered by both Petey and Buck, I really liked the song because it had a really nice beat and brought lots of vibe. This album is definitely an improvement over his first, however it still has a flaw which is that no point of the album he raelly shines lyrically, its a good album but it might not be for everyone.

Lyrics: B-

Production: A-

Delivery: B-

OveraLL: B-
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on January 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is a pretty average album. The best songs are: "Part 2", "Did You Miss Me" Featuring Baby & TQ, "Jam Ya'll", "Freek-A-Leek", "O It's On" Featuring Young Buck, "Get On Dis Motorcycle" Featuring Bubba Sparxxx, "U Don't Want Dat" Featuring Lil' Jon & "Vibrate" Featuring Rasheeda.
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