Epic Album, by far! I would almost say this is my favorite album from this artist but I cannot, because Most of all his music is good. I like it because it he clearly isn't just trying to make a dollar, he wants to sell us music that he knows is good, and I don't mind paying for that. Any rapper can cuss us out, and make us feel cheap. And any rapper can create "a fake gangsta environment" in your car. But this rapper intriques me daily, with slick metaphors, clear diction, and beats that he rides like an expert all while delivering a totally intellecutally stimulating experience. Two thumbs up, way up!
Indeed, this is not a mixtape at all and is perhaps the most laid back and relaxing Hip-Hop album I've ever heard. Listening to this, I can't help but relax and lose myself in the music. Curren$y's vocals are mostly smooth and the beats are very bassy but otherwise easy on the ears and fairly inoffensive. Curren$y's lyrics aren't the deepest I've ever heard but they establish the light tone of the album very well and are pleasing enough to listen to extended periods of time. This album shines due to great production and an emcee who doesn't take himself too seriously and just has fun on the mic, which translates into a highly enjoyable and fairly cohesive album that is easily enjoyable.
Favorite Tracks - Elevator Musik, Power Button, On My Plane, Get It Ya Self
Fan of hot spitta. Fan of single producer rap albums. Fan of Gta:SA inspired LP covers. Bemused follower of the output of Amalgam Music. This was the first salable project the leader of the Jets (no west side story) after his enjoyable monthly free mixtape series. The videos from this project are some of the best he has done. Quiet victory.
Are the 3 bonus tracks on this album?? Track 17 is one of my favorite Spitta tracks of all time. LOOK UP TO THE JETS!!!
Best songs to me on this album are
1. get it yaself 2. 16 switches 3. elevator muzik 4. look up to the jets
I bump those in an endless rotation of Spitta songs. I still think his best album hands down is Pilot Talk 1, best mixtape is Smokee Robinson but he has so much work that its easy to just take what you like from every mixtape or album, and just move on to the next. He has so much work out that if you only listened to half the stuff he put out you'd still have about 100 to 200 songs in rotation, THATS RIDICULOUS and I dare anyone name me any artist other than 2pac with the work ethic of Curren$y.