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  • Audio CD (April 7, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Ruff Ryders/ Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam
  • ASIN: B001J32WBC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,440 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Explicit Version. 2009 release, the third album from the D -block rapper. Jadakiss has definitely made his mark in the music world working with artists such as DMX, Sheek Louch, Chris "Lil Mac" Pelkey, and Styles P, The Notorious B.I.G, Snoop Dogg, Swizz Beatz, Anthony Hamilton, Common and Nas. With its eclectic collection of guests, producers and sounds, The Last Kiss features the hit singles 'Who Run This' Feat. Jay-Z, 'By My Side' featuring Ne-Yo, 'Letter To B.I.G.' and 'Can't Stop Me'.

About the Artist

Legendary rapper Jadakiss, always at the eye of the storm, puts an end to four years of speculation about his new album when the aptly-titled THE LAST KISS arrives in the physical and digital marketplace April 7th. The new album marks the first release on the mega-successful multi-platinum Ruff Ryders label. The imprint's worldwide distribution agreement with Def Jam/Rock-A-Fella, a division of Island Def Jam Music Group, was announced one year ago.

THE LAST KISS is the long-awaited follow-up to Kiss Of Death, the second album by Jadakiss, released June 2004. The million-selling #1 pop and #1 R&B album turned out a trio of hit singles, starting with "Time's Up" (featuring Nate Dogg, produced by Scott Storch); then "Why" (featuring Anthony Hamilton, produced by Havoc); and "U Make Me Wanna" (featuring Mariah Carey, produced by Storch).

THE LAST KISS picks up where Kiss Of Death left off, introducing brand new guest appearances by Ne-Yo - on the albums first official single "By My Side" - Jay-Z on the street banger "Who Run This," the Lox, Young Jeezy, and Lil' Wayne. Producers on board the new album project include the Neptunes, Eric Hudson, Buckwild, Denaun Porter, Needlz, Sean C & LV, and Baby Grande.

Kiss Tha Game Goodbye, the solo debut from Jadakiss, was released August 2001. On the strength of its three chart singles - "Knock Yourself Out" (produced by the Neptunes); "We Gonna Make It" (featuring Styles P. and produced by Alchemist); and "Put Ya Hands Up" - the album rose to #2/R&B and #5/pop, and went on to sell more than three million copies worldwide. Prior to starting his solo career, Jadakiss spent nearly a decade as a member of the legendary rap collective the L.O.X. (later known as D-Block), whose members included Styles P. and Sheek Louch.

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Go get it support real rap music.
Jason A. Cleveland
Overall, this is a pretty good album, and it woulda been great if not for the throw away songs.
Q. Pair
This is one of the best Rap albums of 2009.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Q. Pair on April 8, 2009
Format: Audio CD
After almost 5 years of waiting (and many mixtapes put out in between) Jadakiss finally drops his 3rd solo album. FINALLY!

I could say a lot about this album, but here's the bottom line: Its still hood, but not so much. Compared to Kiss The Game Goodbye this is a much more grown up piece of work. Jada has always had a penchant for awesome lyrics, and in doing that he touches on some good topics in his verses, but for the most part dude has been straight hood with his songs with a majority of his work, and thats ok. He's still so nice with it that its actually redeemable. What makes The Last Kiss different is that he balances it all out nicely. The first 1/3 of the CD is mainly just club songs and ridin music, the middle part is more conscious, heavy, make you think type songs like "Why" from his last CD, and the last part is his more hood, grimy material. There are a plethora of star studded cameos on this CD. I think Jada is only by himself on 2 tracks out of 18. Most of them are great selections (except for "Something E.lse remix" that sucked)

A few of the songs on here could have easily been left off the album ("Stress Ya", "Something Else", "Who's Real") because they just sucked. Jada is mad nice with the lyrics, but he cant make a club hit to save his life, and thats fine. I prefer it that way. He woulda been better off with some of his mixtape material on here in my opinion, but unfortunately I'm not the one calling the shots on his music. Overall, this is a pretty good album, and it woulda been great if not for the throw away songs. 4.5/5.

Top 5:
What If
One More Step
Smoking Gun
Letter To B.I.G.
Death Wish
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Hip-Hop-Fan2786 on October 18, 2012
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Jadakiss signed to Rocafella/Def Jam Records in 2008 and released two street singles that didn't make the album which were "Don't Start Nothin" and "Who Run This" featuring jay-Z. Personally I don't think this album was promoted as much as it should of been at least went gold but it only sold 300,000 + altogether. It is some gems on here like "What If" featuring Nas, it has a feel to it like Jadas 2004 hit "Why", Jada reminisces on his career on the "Things Ive Been Through" which samples Luther Vandross's "Promise Me". The Biggie tribute "Letter To Big appears on here, snd the Jazmine Sullivan featured "Smoking Gun" which had potential to be a hit but Def Jam dropped the ball by not making a video for it, the song had a message and still had a commercial feel to it. Even though I enjoy "Whos Real" it sounds like leftover T.I. track that could of been on his Papertrail album, Pharrell has two appearances one on "Stress Ya" and the other on "Rockin Wit The Best", I actually like the latter more. There are some missteps on here, like the Young Jeezy assisted "Something Else" (Original & remix), "I Tried" and "Stress Ya". But nonetheless Jada drops another good album for us to vibe to. 4 stars
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Aden on May 3, 2009
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You always knew the beats were gonna be there and all that's anticipated is how big Jadakiss would do it lyrically. There's not a single bad thing I can say about this album and at $5 for the entire album you should find out for yourself. Get it and appreciate, I know I did.

Favorite Tracks:
Can't Stop Me
Who's Real
Grind Hard
What If
Smoking Gun
Something Else
Death Wish
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charles West on April 10, 2009
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It is great to see Kiss come out with another strong album reppin' for the east coast because the east needs the greats like Kiss to stay in the game. Why hasn't this man sold more records than he should be selling is a mystery to me that I just can't solve. Check out a real hip hop review [...]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tbout on April 12, 2009
Format: Audio CD
This whole album is crazy. But #6 "One More Step (feat. Styles P.)" is so sick, just that one song by itself makes this album worth copping. Ringtone rappers, this is not the season. Take lessons from real spitters. We need that Lox album immediately.
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Jada was well on his way to becoming the biggest emcee of our time, this was supposed to be originally called "Kiss My Ass" but instead he gave us "The Last Kiss" I really hope this won't be his last as the title suggests, he has only put out 3 albums in a decade which is why he is such an underrated rapper. Yet, because of his infinite features and numerous mixtapes, Kiss has proven time and time again why he is the best in The LOX, (nowadays D-Block) and in the game, his wordplay is incredible and his delivery unstoppable! This is what gives him his concrete reputation and die-hard fans ever since "Last Day" with Biggie, Jadakiss has been going at it non-stop. His beef with 50 was a strong attempt at ending wack, corny fake Gangsta/ Commercial pop rap but to no avail because people all over the world slept on him, even with support from Eminem! As a result of this Jada is pissed, he has gotten plenty shine but still to this day people sleep on him... This was supposed to be a record about him being fed up, F The World like Mash Out would say but it became just a big commercial hit. He was talking about how it would be called "Kiss My Ass", saying F the haters, F the fame but for some reason he hooked up with Jay-Zzzzzzzzz and got signed to The Roc which was once pretty good. Now this being said, I was feeling what I was hearing before the album was dropped, "Who Run This" is a classic. The "Kiss My Ass" mixtape had it not been a mixtape is a classic and all those other songs (Millie freestyle, Welcome To The Roc, etc.) really hyped-up the album well. Even the single "By My Side with Ne-Yo although commercial is an ill track and a classic. I was really starting to believe that Al-Qaeda Jada was truly the Hip-Hop savior...Read more ›
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