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Black Market [Explicit]

December 4, 2015 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 4, 2015
  • Release Date: December 4, 2015
  • Label: Def Jam Recordings
  • Copyright: (C) 2015 Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 1:00:16
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B0186SFXN6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,804 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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What can I say that hasn't already been said about Rick Ross. If you've heard one Rick Ross album or song, you've heard them all. Money, drugs, money, girls, money...is that all this man cares about? 8 albums in and he hasn't changed one bit. Rick Ross does have a nice voice for rap and he has a good ear for production, but man does this man bore me to death with his shallow outlook on life. Skip this album for your own sake. In my opinion, Rick Ross's best album will always be "Teflon Don".
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This was a fantastic album coming off a great mixtape (Black Dollar) and 3 somewhat subpar albums (Mastermind, Hood Billionaire, GFID). I thought Ross was finished until he dropped Black Dollar and Black Market, since it seemed like he exhausted that Lex Luger sound. But thankfully, Ross came back in full force with Black Dollar and Black Market The weird thing about this album is it seems like that sequencing of the tracks could have been better. Tracks 1-9 and same very high quality tracks, then you get a very basic song with Mariah Carey, followed by "Peace Sign" (which should have been a sure fire radio hit), then a great Mary J Blige feature on "Very Best", then the album caps off with two very underwhelming songs with Future and Chris Brown features, the latter of which made for a very paint-by-the-numbers single. At 14 tracks (standard edition), 4 songs from the amazing Black Dollar mixtape could have either been added, or simply replaced song of the weaker Black Market tracks. DOPE, Sorry, and Can't say no are 3 tracks that I'd never listen to again. So that makes for 11 good-great tracks from Black Market. SMile Mama Smile (AMAZING), Dope D***, Peace Sign, Silk Road, and Black Opium are my favorites.
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I started being a fan of Rick Ross with the Mastermind album. Since then I've bought most of his albums and mixtapes. With Rick Ross it's not so much his lyrics but his lavish production that makes his songs hot. He has a good rap voice and it flows buttery smooth over the various producer's beats that he uses. His vocals are like seasoning over gourmet food. After the disappointing Hood Billionaire album of which I only liked maybe 5 or 6 songs, this Black Market album was a definite improvement. I love the smooth, laid back Maybach Music sound and this album definitely has that despite or because of the absence of any Maybach Music artists on it. There's really no weak songs on it and I definitely recommend getting this deluxe edition for the extra songs unless you're gonna download them. Overall I would say this is a solid album and one of his best. Not as good as God Forgives, I Don't or the Mastermind album but definitely a solid release. No, Ricky Ross is not one of the best rappers in terms of the substance of his rhymes but when listening to his music, I'm really listening for the production and fluid sound of his music. He may not be the greatest rapper but he knows how to make good songs. In the end, that's what everyone wants right?
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I don't know why people always hate on Rick. The man has come a long way since the beginning. And I am not speaking about musically, because I know that most hip hop artists today (excluding myself) hire producers instead of making their own beats. However, lyrically I see where Rick is both clever and insightful when it comes to politics and social problems. And seriously, who likes Donald Trump? The man should be wiped off the face of the earth anyways.
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Five mics easy starting off with four bangers Free Enterprise, Smile, Mama, Smile, and One of Us featuring NAS. Dope Dick, Very Best with Mary J, and Sorry with Chris Brown. The last three Forclosure, Money Dancewith the Dream, and Carol City top and finish it off!!! Nine songs on one release!
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Great album, might actually be his best work (which is saying something). I don't know who could actually rate this one poorly. The production is on another level from the usual hip hop going on right now, 1st CD I've bought in a loooong time.
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Rozay the Boss is back!!!! This time he ends the last month of 2015 with a Big Bang. Black Market proves Ross is always on the incline when it comes to making dope albums. Everything has stepped up from the lush/top notch production and the lyrics/flows/content also has improved. Imo I believe this is the album Rozay fans wanted to hear (DTR pt2 or TD pt2??). Damn he has the legend Nas dropping one of his best verses on "One Of Us" & that track is banger. Dj Premier on "Black Opium?" All I can say is that we need more Ross/Preemo collabos. Mariah Carey shows up on a remake of her classic titled "Can't Say No" & this track sounds like a radio smash. "Crocodile Python" produced by Jahlil beats is so smooth & straight up hiphop that will get head bopping. The emotional "Smile Mama Smile" w/ Ceelo gives the same feel as "Tears Of Joy" did from Teflon Don. Enough of my post, enjoy the album & support good music. Definitely one of the best albums of 2015. UMPH!!!!!!
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I am writing this review as music fan and not as a crazy Donald Trump fanatic, like all these loosers here. RAP has always fought for freedom of speech and this is no different. Ignore the political views here (who by way can't understand true hip-hop or it's lyrics. Also ignore the loosers yelling "not the real Rick Ross" as if anybody doesn't already those details... i mean really? It's 2015, not 2009! Musically this Rick Ross best work and most in depth work. Get it, its worth it. And to all the broke haters: "Picture me rollin" -Tupac
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