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Styles P is at it again. Five months after releasing THE WORLDS MOST HARDEST MC PROJECT, the L.O.X. member puts out a new LP, FLOAT. Entirely produced by Scram Jones, an A-List producer who has worked with Mariah Carey, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Fat Joe, Clipse, Raekwon, and Lloyd Banks. As you can judge from the cover and the song titles, there won't be any sugar coated, hook driven songs on this project. Features appearances from L.O.X. members Jadakiss and Sheek, Raekwon, P.A.P.I. and Bullpen.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 16, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Nature Sounds
  • ASIN: B00BRKZ0VQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,579 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Styles P just keeps on cranking out albums and mixtapes, doesn't he? His last album "The World's Most Hardest MC Project" was only out for about five months before Float. He also released "The Diamond Life project" mixtape and a collaborative mixtape "#The1st28" with Curren$y in 2012, which consisted of all new music. If you're a big Styles P fan like I am, then you already know he puts out side projects like these all the time (The Green Ghost Project, The Ghost Dub-Dime), to keep his name buzzing.

On the intro "Float", Ghost gives you those hard bars you would expect, he spits "S P The Ghost and Scram Jones/ You don't want your brains on your man's foams/ You don't want my n***** in your fam's home/ You won't see s*** like you caught up in a sandstorm". "Manson Murder" features a rejuvenated N.O.R.E. and a few audio samples from Manson himself. Styles mocks wack rappers (If I rap like you I put the toast to myself), while N.O.R.E. has some funny lines (My favorite sex position is the 69/I f*** her at 6 while holding my 9).

Sheek Louch, the energetic member of the Lox appears on "Hater Love". They get love from the haters over Scram Jones funky gangsta beat. What would a Styles P album be without a weed anthem? He has one every album. Although "I Need Weed" doesn't compare to Good Times (I Get High) or Blow Ya Mind, its still a good track, he proclaims hes a NY n**** with West Coast lungs."Reckless" featuring Raekwon goes hard too. Whenever The Lox and Wu collab the song always turns out dope.

Styes P is lyrically on point as always, however some of his verses come off as mixtape material. Float is completely produced by Scram Jones and his production gets very redundant after a while.
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If you like Styles P then you will like this. Not much else to say except good beats and classic east coast gangster music that is more real than paying for weed with EBT swipes at bodega.
Good work here.
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A mere five months after his The World's Most Hardest MC Project, Styles P is back at it again with his sixth studio album, Float. If your first thought is "Wow, that was fast." Don't worry, you're not alone. Produced entirely by Scram Jones, Float is an album that feels both rush and unnecessary. I love me some Styles P, but I have a hard time justifying Float's release when the entire thing feels like it doesn't really get anywhere. His last album was a return to that hardcore, grimy Hip Hop, but Float is the album that seems to be lacking its own identity.

The best part of this album is its production. When we first heard "Red Eye" a few months back I wasn't too fond of the direction that Scram Jones took production wise, and I'm still not, but I have to give it to him for his consistency. As a whole the production doesn't really offer anything new or inventive, but it all works well together. What we have here is a nice set of beats that are just fun to listen to and if this was a beat tape I would have loved it. They all compliment each other nicely even if this isn't the type of production I necessarily want to hear on an album from The Ghost.

Styles P, on the other hand, leaves a lot to be desired. From start to finish almost every verse on here sounds like it was written in a few minutes. There's a lot of generic, predictable rhymes and Styles P is using the same cookie-cutter flow that's popular at the moment. If you don't know what I'm talking about think of someone talking over a beat and rhyming their last word. His flow is almost non-existent on here and to make matters worse the lyrics aren't anything to brag about either. The entire thing is just so... simple.
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In an era where Hip-Hop is consistently changing and shifting into, what we now see, "trap music" and similar genres, we have Styles P.

Since he first came on the scene in '94, The Ghost (as he's also knows as - SP "The Ghost", Styles Pinero, SP, etc) he's excelled in true-to-life street-related rap. He's uses his experiences to help put the streets into his music and it still remains. With help from N.O.R.E., Sheek Louch, Jadakiss and others, SP follows his last project, "Super Gangster (Extraordinary Gentleman)" with this fully-Scram Jones-produced album.

As a previous review said, it seems as though the first half of the album's beats are harder than the last half, however, don't sleep on the Scram Jones verse on track 12.

If you're a fan of DJ Premiere, I would recommend listening to the album. I say this because there are a couple of tracks on it that have the chopping/cutting/sampling that is prevalent in Premiere tracks (see: AZ's "The Come Up"/"The Format," Gang Starr's "Step in the Arena," the Joell-Ortiz-laced-DJ-Premier-track "Sing Like Bilal" ... you get the drift). Add that to the same street rap SP is known for and you have a solid album.
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