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A finish to most hip hop...,
This review is from: TM 103 Hustlerz Ambition (Audio CD)
I basically grew up listening to jeezy... this was my favorite artist through most of high school, and I've been anticipating this thing since my senior year... I made a promise to myself I would give up listening to commercial rap, AFTER this album came out, and this thing took well over 2 years to release... so I was really waiting on this...
The album was hot, but not his best... Jizzle said that 102 was his wackest, but all of my favorite songs are on 102... I feel that DefJam killed what jeezy really had set for this album with all the delays... However this album is still on the real -ish... Plenty of loud blasters on this.
My favorite song on it was Trapped feat. Jill Scott. I say this song cuzz u can definitely compare this to life.. when u sign up for something, u can't just leave what u sign up for expecting it to not come back at you again. Of course Jeezy was talkin about his life and what he had got himself into, and there's no way out of that when uve done the same thing for years and years.
I'm upset that I heard no Bun-B on the album, but atleast this album still has that same feel you get from 101, 102, Recession...
But now, its time I gave up with all this trap musicin stuff now, cuzz now that this is out, who cares about the rest... At least, that's my thinkin... only way imma end up listening to music like this anymore is of course when Jeezy puts out another album.. Solid album Jeezy..