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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 26, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Duck Down Music
  • ASIN: B0052EV6OS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,819 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By C. L Miller on April 28, 2012
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Lets get real here Rob is always nice on the MIC, but the beats were pretty forgettable on this album. Plus Ventilation didn't even make it on to this CD even though the offical video says its on this album. Right now Rob needs to get his beats in order. Sit down pick the good/unique ones and make something happen. I prefer black rob report to this album. It's just average at best.
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It's been way too long since B.R. released an album, and after almost a 6 year break he finally ditched the shiny suit-candy @*$ Puff Daddy & his (Not so) Bad Boy record label to drop his 3rd solo, and the 4.5 star effort is his best release he's put out. Why he takes such long breaks between his albums is beyond me (though I'm sure Puff Daddy had something to do with it, as he loves to hold back talent from releasing albums and out shining him). Since I first heard him rap, so many years ago now, back in '97, I was immediately a fan, even though he was with Bad Boy and under Puffy, I knew he still had great potential and would release some good songs, even with Puff's party, teenage-candy rap songs thrown all over the place. Once he released an album, my thoughts were hit right on the bullseye, and finally after breaking free of the grasp & out of the background that Puff Daddy keeps people in, B.R. finally gets to show what he is really about, without having to do any songs for the teenage friendly radio, or any upbeat party/dance tracks to satisfy Diddy's tastes. Compared to his previous 2 solo's it's better than both, which I'd rate them as follows:
"Life Story" - (3/00) -- 4 stars
"The Black Rob Report" - (10/05) -- 4/4.5 stars

Back to this album. Though shorter than his previous ones, you still get 14 songs. Of the 14; 3 are near-classics, 10 are good or real good, and the other one I'd say is average, but there are none I'd skip over and can easily say the album can be dstarted on track one and let play through the end without having to hit any buttons, unless you want to repeat a track or turn it up, and will be satisfied. As always with B.R.
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By JMC on August 13, 2011
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This album will definitely give true Hip Hop fans a sigh of relief. The lyrics are hot. The production is bangin. The sound quality is tight. Great work from BR and the Duck Down camp. Its a celebration!!
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Black Rob has been around for fifteen years, but within his long tenure in the industry he only recorded three albums. His career actually started in 1997, when he first appeared on Cru's first and only album- 1997's "Da Dirty 30". Later in the same year, he also appeared on Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' multi-platinum debut "No Way Out" on his lone contribution to the project "I Love You, Baby". From there, he made few appearances on a couple of other projects from other artists on Bad Boy Entertainment. He then had a hit with "I Dare You" from the motion picture "Slam", which gave way to the anticipation for his forthcoming debut. While recording the album, Black Rob and Bad Boy Entertainment became entangled in creative differences. Bad Boy wanted him to make music that was more commercial, while Black Rob insisted on keeping his sound gritty and uncompromising. Things came to a head when the project was delayed for most of 1999, when Black Rob and the label couldn't agree on what direction to take the album. After almost a year of delays, his debut "Life Story" was issued in the first quarter of 2000- boosted by the huge hit single "Whoa". He then went on a personal hiatus to release his second album after a five year wait "The Black Rob Report". The album underperformed on the charts as well as radio and Black Rob went on hiatus again- this time for legal troubles.

In 2010, he left Bad Boy Entertainment and signed with Duck Down Records- a label owned by Black Moon frontman Buckshot. He resurfaced in 2011 with his third effort "Game Tested, Streets Approved". On this new album, he reunites with Buckwild- the producer behind his biggest hit "Whoa"- on the album opener "Welcome Back" as well as the confessional "Made Me A Man". He also gets help from former Hitmen Deric "D.
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