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Big Boi starts out with one of the HARDEST intros I've heard in "ever"! LoL Then leads into some lighter songs in my opinion Daddy Fat Sax, Turn Me On.
Favorite Songs that make the CD top notch to me:
Follow Us - Just funky
Shutterbug is a feel good song that makes you want to groove. The lyrics are very creative.
Tangerine - T.I. and Kudjoe did their thing big time and the drums remind me of the track Bubba Talk by Bubbaa Sparxxx
You Ain't No DJ - Good battle rap song
Hustle Blood - Hot song and Jamie Foxx sounds so good
Fo Yo Sorrows - This is the chill song ... drink or smoke something
Theme Song - Puts you in the mind of the old OutKast
Shine Blockas remix - Different parts of the south represented ... Bun B., Project Pat, Gucci Mane, and Big Boi hold it down on this song.
General Patton is so ATLiens taking this CD to another level with this track. You gotta respect it.
Bottom Line - If you are looking for Andre3000, any representation of the new style of rap, a lot of features, no 808, you will disappointed. I would have given this CD 4.5 stars, but since I cannot, it is closer to 5 stars, then 4.Read more ›
This album has been brewing in the crock-pot for at least two years and with a switch to the Mighty Def Jam roster and a reunion with the man that originally put OutKast out, L.A. Reid, Big Boi does not disappoint in any sense of the word. Sir Luscious exceeds all expectations with his creative rhymes, eclectic beat selection and all around stankness.
Everything we have come to expect from OutKast is delivered on this album. The Dungeon Family makes a strong appearance on this album with Organized Noize & Mr. DJ contributing a few production pieces. Sleepy Brown and singer Joi (where has she been? We need her new album yesterday!) reappear to provide the soul and funkiness on a couple songs. Big Rube (again where has he been?) lends his poems to enhance a few songs and George Clinton gives the same futuristic presence that he provided on Synthesizer from OutKast's Aquemini.
Some soon to be great artists also appear on the album. Janelle Monae (Archandroid) returns the Tightrope favor on Be Still and B.O.B. (Adventures of Bobby Ray) effectively improves Night Night. Other appearances include T.I., Jamie Foxx, Yelawolf, Vonnegutt and Gucci Mane.
Big Boi delivers lyrically on this album showing he can hold his own. However, he did record a few songs with Andre 3000 that did not appear on the album because of label disputes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Big Boi is very underrated because he always have great music. Unlike other southern rappers, Big Boi can always give you a catchy tune and a meaningful song imbedded in his dirty... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Davon Distance
This album is excellent, but the vinyl was not great. Lots of static that shouldn't be there. But I do recommend the albumPublished 18 months ago by Joseph Kahl
Man... this album is a very unsung masterpiece. If you love OutKast, you HAVE to get this album. Not a bad track on this CD... all gems.Published 22 months ago by M. Garvey
the B-I-G, the B-O-I, In my Cadillac, six woofers and fo' amps..... I write knockout songs, you spit punchlines for moneyPublished on January 15, 2014 by Andrew S.
Such a great album. Big Boi never phones in a verse on any song, but on this album he sounds particularly determined to take his lyrical ability to the next level. Read morePublished on November 19, 2013 by Jeff
I like his music, he can be strange yet fulfilling to listen to. I am happy with the purchase, thanks.Published on March 1, 2013 by Nette
I think what happened with this album is that Big Boi had all the right stuff but he put it in the wrong places more often than not. Read morePublished on February 28, 2013 by Shelley D. Bowen