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Animal Ambition: An Untamed Desire To Win [Explicit]

June 3, 2014 | Format: MP3

$11.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Release Date: June 3, 2014
  • Label: G-UNIT RECORDS (GNR)
  • Copyright: (C) 2014 G Unit Records, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 38:53
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00KHQOI8C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 80 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,825 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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50 cent has stayed true to his time proved and winning formula. Dope beats, catchy hooks, and slick rhymes with street appeal. "Animal Ambition" is a nostalgic N.Y hip hop record but with a pinch of current flavor to appease new listeners and satisfy long time fans like myself. This album has a raw edge to it that only a real former hustler like 50 cent could create. I can feel the bone chilling realness in banging tracks like "irregular heart beat" and "Chase the Paper". The production on every track is diverse, versatile and head nodding. 50 cent gives up and coming producers mad shine on his first album in nearly 5 years. The Dr. Dre produced " Smoke" featuring Trey Songz is pure fire, a club banger for sure. "Hold on" and " Don't worry about it" is vintage 50 cent songs that could of easily been on his first two classic albums, "Get rich or die Trying" and "The Massacre". The artists featured on this record all brought their best verses to compliment their guest appearance on this album brilliantly so. Yo Gotti, Jada Kiss, Styles P, Prodigy and 50's protege Kidd Kidd laced their verses on every track they featured on with precise excellence. 50 cent kicks heartfelt real rap narratives of his success and wealth/opulence and triumph over haters through his legendary career. Every track is urgent, brutally honest and a perpetual middle finger to all who dare not bow down to king 50. My favorite track is " Flip on you" featuring School boy Q. This track is menacing and gully with a dam near show stealing performance from School boy Q. Millions of records sold, accolades, money and undeniable street credibility and respect. 50 cent has nothing left to prove or do at this point in his career. Dominating the indie rap game is something I predict 50 and G Unit can do with relative ease, especially with stellar albums like " Animal Ambition". Hate it or love it- the under dawg is back on top!!!!! 50 cent has won again and he did it his way. Salute!!!!!!!
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It is a very goood cd if you know that is like just a mixtape and a promo CD for 50 cuz he ll drop SKI this year, I Like this CD

Songs like Smoke, You Know, Winners Circle are made very good and nice too listen

It is not some of that full base scream s*** you listen today i like it,

If you expect Get Rich Or Die Train' you are wrong in here but if you just want some good music and some good s*** for your ears this is what you need!

Good Album!
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For about 5 dollars extra you get a video for each song on the album along with all the mp3s as well. Upon first watch, the videos seemed extremely good for what they are.

50 Cent keeps to the basic rap formula of catchy futuristic beats, solid hooks, and well delivered lyrics. This is all around great. The collaborations on the album are pretty good.

I'd have to say overall it's worth picking up, just don't expect it to be anything other than a great rap album, albeit one geared toward the savvy 2014 consumer.
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If your looking for the same energy or perfection as get rich or die trying, this ain't for you...having said that, this is probably his best work since the massacre....some filler songs on here but enough bangers on here to even it out....best songs are: smoke, irregular heartbeat, twisted, the funeral and flip on you, both are bonus tracks.
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50 Cent refuses to waver from his usual formula of gritty street violence and pop sensibility. As with his previous efforts this is a hit and miss affair where he never breaks free from this subject matter. The vibrant beats marry his vocals well through the majority of the album and for those who enjoyed his previous albums will like this one as well. The opening track, "Pilot", "Smoke" and "Every time I Come Around" are among the highlights.
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The Appetizer, Animal Ambition

I cannot remember any other rapper other than Eminem who was as popular and the most talked about as the king of the underground mix tapes rapper 50 cent . In 2003 50 Cent was all the rage back in the day thanks to Eminem who signed 50 Cent to the shady/ aftermath label and adding him to the classic 8 mile soundtrack with his breakout hit wanksta, from there on 50 quickly rose to super star status starting a war of words with Ja Rule ,one of whom 50 completely destroyed ,along with the help of his label mates Eminem and his G-unit crew with Ja rule out of the spotlight 50 then released the Massacre with made him one of the biggest rap super stars of the early 2000's . While he has released other albums such as Curtis ,before I self destruct and various mix tapes a large of his fanbase felt 50 has the eye of the tiger , speaking of animals what about animal ambition?

Even Though I haven't been listening to 50 lately , it is with great anticipation that I decided to give animal ambition , and I have that from listening to the first track although he rymes about pretty much , much of the same we've already heard guns women money and hustling nothing new there , I felt like it was different , it felt like a little light hearted what I trying to say here is that this new album seems to be a lot less aggressive or hardcore unlike his earilier works.

What I think is most interesting is what he said during an interview when he cited that he intended the album to be about prosperity and success , which is most evident in tracks, 02 Don't worry about it , track 04 Pilot , and track 09 Twisted all of which he raps about whatelse spending money and having a good time.
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