He tried to be more sophisticated and lyrical, and that's not what we want,
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I've been a huge fan of Waka Flocka since the day he started rapping. I've bumped his mixtapes and first album countless times. I didn't expect this album to exceed the quality and bumpability of Flockaveli and I was correct. Waka tried to up his game by making songs that are more mainstream (= more $) and more lyrical, and he did this successfully. The CD isn't bad, it's just that I think what we all enjoy about Waka is his raw flow, rowdy lyrics and banging bass. We don't, at least I don't, want him to turn lyrical. I listen to Waka to get pumped up for a sports game, job interview or a night full of drinking. This album isn't nearly as good for this as his last.