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Besides lyricism, you get a lot of stuff you'd expect on a good hip-hop album. Lots of great guest spots. Trae the Truth, TI, Juicy J... 'nuff said. Also, the beats are amazing! I love the high-energy feel of "same damn time" and how the bass kicks in at the start. Good song for my workout-mix. "Tony Montana" and "Magic" are also two of my favorite beats. And the usage of piano and what I believe to be a harp on "Turn on the Lights" makes it quite pleasing to the ears.
Overall a great effort on a debut album for Future. I'll have to keep my eye on his next couple mixtapes!
If You Like this Album you will like One Puff: God's Gift by Trev Eyez
It was just a matter of time before the hip hop world discovered Reggae and West Indian culture, just like it has assimilated Spanish and Latino, especially with regards to verbal slang. Particularly, the dancehall reggae world must look exotic, rough and menacing to the uninitiated - a perfect candidate for hip hop to squeeze into it's mold
Trev's (a man with a REAL Caribbean background) came to set the record straight, and show that mixing hip hop with Reggae/Dancehall is perfect and he does the two without loosing the essence of neither.
Staight up, this dude cannot sing (if anyone thought he could). Almost every one of his vocals is auto-tuned. I've gotten used to T-Pain's auto-tuned vocals, because his voice is still good, more or less. This guy with his auto-tuned voice sounds like he got drunk and got in the recording booth. Almost each song with the exception of "I'm Trippin" is just like that. Some of these songs it makes it tideous to hear his voice with all those enhancements. And it is sad too because a lot of these beats on this album are very good.
Aside from the vocals, the lyrics on this album aren't all that impressive either. Future says nothing new that I haven't heard from any other person mention about the cliched topics: Cooking dope, getting high, bad females, fly cars, etc. Some of the guests couldn't even save the songs they appear on. Big Rube fooled me because he appeared on many other Atlanta artist's albums in the past (Outkast, Goodie Mob, etc.Read more ›
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It was straight. Decent debut album. And now he is one of the hottest things in the game now, so I am glad to support him.Published on November 15, 2013 by Anthony M. White
This is the CD! Good music! everything I expected. I listen to it almost every day. Couldn't be more happy.Published on September 18, 2013 by DJ
LOVED THIS CD GOOD MUSIC TO HAVE FUN TO, THE SONGS ARE CATCHY AND DIFFERENT, HIS VOICE IS WHAT MAKES IT. COULD HAVE USED LESS AUTOTUNE THOUGH. LOVED THE ALBUM.Published on September 1, 2013 by K. lett
I had heard a couple of his songs and really liked his style and flow so I took a chance on his CD. I was pleasantly surprised.Published on July 29, 2013 by Gerald S. Miles
got this for one song that drives my daughter crazy, i ended up liking the whole cd, now thats crazyPublished on June 21, 2013 by jow