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Paperwork (Deluxe Explicit) [Explicit]

October 21, 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 17, 2014
  • Release Date: October 21, 2014
  • Label: Grand Hustle/Columbia
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  • Total Length: 1:14:29
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B00NLRGYSG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 134 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,541 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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I'll try to keep this as simple & brief as I can; but that may be hard when reviewing a whole album. Before I even start, I am a huge TI fan and have been for quite some time. I enjoy watching his show, listening to his music, and seeing how different he is now than he was 10 years ago. I think this album is absolutely phenomenal, but it certainly is "different", which many people don't seem to understand. This isn't the hard hitting "street" music that TI used to produce, it is so much more than that now. TI is now 34 years old with a bunch of kids & a family to watch over, so he has evolved into a much better person (in my opinion anyways) and so has his music. He has kids now, and he has stated repeatedly that he doesn't want his kids thinking he is a "thug" or having to see him go back to jail; and you have to respect that. I'll give a brief run down of each track and a few thoughts on each

1) King- This track starts the album off on a very high note, blending old & new feel to create a track that is very reminiscent of "King Back"
2) G Sh*t- This track is interesting because this is where TI gives the people what they ask for. SOME people want to see the G (gangster) side of TI as well as a smooth beat. I like this track and understand that it had to be done, but it is one of the more shallow tracks off the album
3)About The Money- This was a single and has been out for some time now, and it has grown on me over time. I'm still not a fan of Young Thug, but for some reason he works on this track. Basically a track you can vibe to in the car with the top down, but every album needs those as well
4)New National Anthem- I was not a fan of this track when it initially came out (also a single) but it has so much heart & meaning it's hard to dislike now.
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The cover art is a nice Vintage photos with a transcript in the background I like it.
Smooth album all around, let me start from the first track to the last:

1. King - Flow is on point , Beat is slick. Lyrics are NICE

2. G'S*** - always got a flow that matches beat, Lyrics are dope, Jeezys verse was iLL, WatchtheDuck completed this song

3. About The Money - This song grew on me. At first was like eh, not a fan of Young thug , the beat is nice, T.I. lyrics were aight. Flow goes with beat.

4. New National Antem - Love this song, Skylar on the chorus is a nice addition, T.I.s flow and lyrics are on point with the beat.

5. Oh Yeah - DOPE, beat is fire, T.I. flow and lyrics are cold Pharrell on the chorus with the bold flow love it.

6. Private show - Great for the ladies, Chill as beat. I like it, Chris brown on the Hook though, T.I. flow and lyrics are EXPLICIT LOL.

7. No Mediocre - MUSTARD ON THE BEAT HOE!, T.I. flow and lyrics are very fitting through the whole song, Iggy did well.

8. Jet Fuel - The beat is Turnt the heck up, T.I.'s trap flow though, perfect, Lyrics are Freezing cold, Boosie Badazz completed the track with his rough ass flow lyrics

9 Paperwork - Story telling type of song, One of my favorite track, could imagine a little mini movie in my head listening to this track, Pharrell on the chorus with his melodic way of singing fits the the song. Beats is Old skool love it. T.I. lyrics and flow just Perfect

10.Stay - Beat is and sample is smooth, Flow is aight, Lyrics are nice, overall its okay.

11. About My Issue - Victoria Monet on the Hook is always a go, T.I. flow and lyrics are again on point, Nipseys verse was dope the beat is NICE.

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This album is far superior to Paper Trail if your willing to listen. Some say this album doesnt have those old gangsta bangers like on his album that he made when he was 22-26 yrs old,i mean why would a true fan want a 34 yr old family man to act like he was 10 yrs ago,thats hustling backwards i would say. This album provides that vintage T.I. but with a new flare longtime collaborator Pharrell Williams was able to provide as a producer & album executive producer.

Top 5 tracks
1. You Can Tell How I walk(If you love T-Minus production,then you'll love this beat,very similiar to T-Minus's style produced by his protege Jazzfeezy & steve sampson also producers hailing from toronto,canada)
2.King(killer intro,banger,flow sounds similiar to bone thugs n harmony,no migo's(dont let people forcefeed you that misconception)
3)About the money(catch song overall,hard beat)
4)about my issue(Tip & nipsey ride over this DJ Toomp beat perfectly,smooth track,video shoot in LA soon,should really fit)
5)Light Em up(prod by pharrell,paying homage to his fallen soldier/artist young Doe B,very introspective deep record,the horns and hard bass by pharrell really work well with Tip telling his story over the production.

Overall this has easily become my favorite T.I. aka King of the south album 2nd being T.I. VS TIP.
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Paperwork is TIs 9th album and its also executive produced by Pharrell. Its only right since they've been making bangers for years. Going back to TIs debut single "I'm Serious" and "What's Yo Name" to "Freak Though" to "Good Life" to "Get Back Up", and even Robins Thickes "Blurred Lines", which was a big hit. If you never heard their past collabos then go check them out. I thought the buzz for this album would of been bigger but that has to do with Ti not having a big single leading up to the albums release. "About the Money" and "No Mediocre" were Summer bangers but wheres the next single? The same thing happened with Trouble Man though and he still sold well. Paperwork has some "single ready" songs like "Private Show" with Chris Brown, the title track "Paperwork" with Pharrell and "Stay" with Victoria Monet. He should have no problem getting radio play.

I know some of yall probably thinking like man "Aint no hard joints on the album? Of course there is. Like with every TI album, you're gonna get those high energy joints, check the album opener "King", "Jet Fuel" featuring Boosie, "G S***" featuring Jeezy and Watch The Duck and "On Doe, On Phil" featuring Trae tha Truth. Speaking of Doe B, on the dedication track to him, "Light 'Em Up (RIP Doe B)", TI talks about how Doe B was supposed to meet up him and Pharrell the next day but but he ended up getting killed at the club. Thats a crazy situation right there. Im pretty sure TI has some unreleased material from him that he'll end up releasing.

I wanna touch a few issues I had with album. The first is all these features. No way a TI album should have that many features, especially since he has the ability to carry a project by himself. Collabs definitely should of been kept to a minimum.
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