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on October 23, 2013
I'm surprised nobody reviewed this yet. But on another note, Khaled is back with his 7th album, Suffering From Success. I usually like about six or seven songs from each of his albums, except for Victory and We The Best Forever, which I wasn't really feeling. If Khaled did more beats on his albums, people probably wouldn't criticize him as much. Because he rarely produces and doesn't rap, he just puts the collabs together. He did do some co-producing on five songs though, other producers on here are J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Lee On the Beats, Boi-1da, 40, Young Chop, Timbaland, DJ Nasty, LVM and many more. Anyway the album starts off with "Obama (Winning More Interlude, which is audio of the Pres when he came out to Khaleds All I Do Win song. Suffering From Success has some some typical songs, but also has some gems on it, For instance, J. Cole & Bas shine on "Hells Kitchen", Cole gives you that Friday Night Lights mixape feel, and his artist Bas held it down as well.

"Never Surrender" is a gem, Scarface, whos been on a roll this year, schools you with his OG knowledge, he spits "Gotta be careful who you trusting/ Be aware of your surrounding when you hustling/ Them n***** smiling at you ain't your friends, dawg", also check out his verses and Nores - "What I Had To" and French Montanas - "F*** What Happens Tonight", Jadakiss comes through with a dope verse as always "You know when it's someone you love the hurt's pure/ You front tryna hold it in, it hurts more" and Meek held his own. John legend, Anthony Hamilton and Akon bring that soul to the track. Lil Wayne sounded focused on "No Motive", but Khaleds hook wasn't really need. "Black Ghost" by Vado was dope too.

"I'm Still featuring" Chris Brown, Ace Hood, Wiz Khalifa & Wale is about not let letting haters stop you from winning, even Khaled rapped a little bit on it. The downside on the album is the title track, "Suffering From Success" with Ace Hood and Future. "I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie" couldn't even be saved by TIs verse, because he was the only who stayed on topic and used Biggie and Pac references. "I Wanna Be With You" featuring Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross & Future was even kinda weak. The dance-hall joint, "Give It All To Me" was decent, but Nicki's verse sounded the same as usual when she raps on a dance-hall track. Besides the mentioned songs, Suffering From Success is predictable and having the usual suspects featured too much didn't help either.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 8, 2013
Good but not Great! I can cruise to this Album without skipping around. Decent Album! I think only one track was skippable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on April 22, 2014
My husband was happy with this C.D. that I purchased for him. It arrived to him on time and in excellent condition. He was especially pleased that it was a deluxe edition, meaning that it has bonus tracks. Over all we were completely satisfied with the order.
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on February 28, 2014
Been listen to DJ Khaled for a while and I really enjoy the way he brings people together to make hits so had to purchase this cd and not disappointed at all.
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on December 18, 2013
quality street music. variety of artist. hood swag all day. not for the average person. you have to know hood to listen to hood. motivation music
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on December 10, 2013
This is a great CD if you are in to Hip-Hop music. DJ Khaled has always been an excellent DJ to me.
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on October 26, 2013
it was a pretty good album could've been better if he had rapped more in each song than the featured rappers
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on October 24, 2013
I got hand it to khaled his record always show a progression of artists he choses to have on his lp. The whole album full of bangers from start to finish and should be noted dj's like kay slay, Greg street, Clue, Envy, Clinton Sparks,Funkmaster Flex fail to deliver solid mainstream album like khaled can offer. I would recommend getting the best buy exclusive deluxe lp because the whole album delivers to different fans of hip hop and offers an introduction to upcomers who want to showcase their talent and the only other dj who can deliver mainstream rap is Dj Drama in my opinion.
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on August 24, 2014
Very unhappy with purchasing this album,rather of spent the cash on anything else. Dissappointed with khaled SORRY BUT TRUTH, SAVE YOUR MONEY
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on January 22, 2015
Great album only 2 songs suck the rest are good great beats and hooks definitely one of Khaled`s best yet
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