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O.N.I.F.C. [Explicit]

O.N.I.F.C. [Explicit]

December 4, 2012
3.5 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: December 4, 2012
  • Release Date: December 4, 2012
  • Label: Rostrum/Atlantic
  • Record Company Required Metadata: Music file metadata contains unique purchase identifier. Learn more.
  • Total Length: 1:13:35
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00ADYYY50
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,366 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Wiz,

I've been waiting for this album to drop for a while now and so has your other fans.
What happened to your lyrical talent from those days of the 'Pittsburgh sound' man?
You're not hungry anymore and I can hear it. All you do now is rap about the same stuff and it gets old.
While I listen to your tracks, I can picture you faded and just 'reading' off your iPhone over a bomb beat.
Honestly, the beats went to waste over redundant topics and awkward delivery. What happened to you?
Where's the 'Prince of City' and 'Kush & OJ Wiz'? I want 'Mesmorized', 'This Plane', 'Never Been' back.
Put the paper planes down for a second and think about it. You're just bragging about your fan's money
to your fans because it's your fans that have supported you, bought your albums, and concert tickets.
I want to hear you speak about real stuff that'll motivate your fans to be successful like you,
especially in hard economic times. The majority of your fans are young and get paid hourly; we
wake up, get dressed, play your tracks in our hoopties, and drive to work - the last thing we want to
hear is somebody talking about how much money he has. I mean regular folks just living by, we
are not even on your level to be hating - we are proud of you - but man, motivate us. Seriously,
who are you rapping to? Other rappers or your fans? If you are rapping to your fans, you're just
crapping on us.

Yours truly,

#1 Fan Stan
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If you want to hear someone rap about money for 1 hour, 13 minutes, and 35 seconds then this is the album for you. If not, then stay far far away from this garbage. I should have trusted my instincts after I saw the cover. Gave it 2 stars because he has a few good beats (that should have been given to someone else to make real songs)
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Wiz Khalifa's latest album is nothing more than a huge dissapointment. With NUMEROUS pushbacks in the late 2012 you would think it was to make the product much better. But that didn't seem to be the case here. It's not anything but the lyrics that seems to be the problem here. If you wanna know how much money Wiz has and how much weed he smokes, just listen to this album. He makes more than an obvious point here in about 90% of the songs. I called Rolling Papers [Explicit] a dissapointment because of the obvious attempts at mainstream pop status, but still a worthwile listen. His colab with Snoop Dogg on Mac & Devin Go to High School was a slight step in the right direction. O.N.I.F.C. (Only N**** In First Class/One Night In First Class) is the worst of all. And one would expect this to be good after the mixtape Taylor Allerdice, which was good as well.

Production heren is good. You can tell that Wiz picked the beats that have the nice long vibing sounds, which is heard all over this album. The best songs on here are the ones he colabs with other artists. "Let It Go" has Akon singing the chorus around Wiz' braggadocious lyrics. "The Bluff" has Cam'ron spitting a good verse. Even 2 Chainz sounds refreshing on "Its Nothin". And his Taylor Gang crew members sound better than him on "The Plan" and "Medicated". The single "Remember You" with The Weeknd sounds good, but having Abel lead off the song and sing the chorus and has Wiz rhyme about something totally different makes the song almost a waste.
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By Chevytech49 on December 14, 2012
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There is absolutely no talent in rapping about how much money you have. This CD isn't worth your money unless you fit in with Wiz and have expensive cars...hoes...weed..and money and you want to hear Wiz talk about it on every song. The CD looks good in the trash can :)
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This album is so bad I can't even listen to his old album now which I really liked. He went from fun music to dumb music. Once you listen to this album or try to get through it, you'll realize Wiz was fake the whole time unless the all weed killed his brain cells. He raps about nothing but money and himself which is such a shame. One word to describle his lastest album, "trash". I thought he would replace Lil Wayne for the next few years as the big pop rapper but not a chance. His lyrics are beyond horrible. The beats are actually really good, I know a lot of artists that could of made a great album with these beats. So disappointed.
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I eagerly awaited the coming out of this album and was very disappointed. Lyrically, every beat sounds the same: how much money he has and smoking weed. I realize rap culture has come to embrace these things, but they don't need to define the album, which in this case it did. I love Wiz and will be waiting for redemption. I give it 3 stars for some dope beats and typical Wiz charm.
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I was really anticipating this album. I loved Rolling Papers and Taylor Allderdice, but his lyrics on ONIFC are bad to the point of being distracting. He lacks his usual flow and cadence, the words don't rhyme well, and the content is completely vacuous. The production is pretty good, but he really phoned in his performance on the lyrics. Too bad.
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