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The State vs. Radric Davis

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The State Vs. Radric Davis comes after a slew of independent releases, mixtapes and features over the past few years. It brings together some of the best production work from Polow Da Don, Drumma Boy, Sean Garrett, Mannie Fresh and others. Confirmed features so far include Usher, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy and So Icey Entertainment family OJ Da Juiceman and Waka Flocka Flame.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 8, 2009)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Asylum Records
  • ASIN: B002U6CJGU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,975 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By W. Wharton on August 25, 2010
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Alright theres a lot to skip on this CD so I'll do you a favor.

Great songs:
Lemonade
Wasted [feat. Plies] - avoid the remix of this one

Pretty good songs:
Sex in Crazy places
Bad Bad Bad
Classical (Into) - started off humorous but I actually like it.
Spotlight - I'm tired of it but at a time I liked it
Volume

Sorta ok:
Bingo

Track 11 interlude is pretty hilarious

Enoughs good on there you won't feel bad if you buy it but you'll be doing some song skipping - and each track Gucci man says his name a couple times on the intro which is funny and annoying at the same time.
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DecemBURR 8th is a day in hip hop history that I won't soon forget. On this day major releases from several known hitmakers landed in stores. With Gucci Mane heading the charge followed by Snoop Dogg, Timbaland, BG, Clipse and Chris Brown it's needless to say some may feel overwhelmed. While being great for hip hop this leaves the (buying) fan with quite a dilemma. Are you going to shell out nearly $60 for everyone's albums? While I took the chance on 2/3 of those albums (sorry Chris and Timbo...maybe next time) the others will take a swift download. It sounds bad but that's how it is.

Gucci Mane is quite the polarizing figure in the rap game. Having worked his way into the mainstream the old fashioned way (good ol mixtapes and word of mouth) it seems that this is the type of story to be celebrated as it's the definition of rags to riches. Despite having legions of die hard fans throughout every inch of the country, hip hop purists are quick to dismiss Gucci Mane as something of a novelty act. Quick to call him a non-rapping no talent guy that only gets by on beats and hooks. Despite his wild underground following and widespread mainstream acceptance as of late (making appearances on songs by the likes of Mariah Carey, Jamie Foxx, USHER and 50 Cent amongst countless other respected hip hop & R&B names), people will still choose to talk down on this man. However Gucci Mane is here to prove those people wrong on his 6th(?) studio album.

The State vs. Radric Davis is an ironic name for this album. It is so because Mr. Radric Davis will soon be incarcerated for a year on a violation of probation charge and testing positive for many different drugs.
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Wasted was the only great track, in my opinion. However, if you love southern rap, you may enjoy half of the cd.
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I love this album of Gucci Mane's ever made, he's been in the in & out of the law but as trying to get the music together. Specially he got Drumma Boy to produced some songs on the album and others that made it #1 in Rap/Hip-Hop.
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I addmit I was a Gucci hata for a long time but when I heard all the recent hoopla about him and seeing MTV make him a hottest MC I had to give him a chance and I love it!!! Even the hataz are gonna haft to feel this album.
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December 8th marks a day in history for Gucci Mane fans as the well-anticipated album, The State Vs. Radric Davis is released. Although Gucci is not out to see what his album can do or give it proper promotion, he doesn't have to be. It almost seems as if his recent incarceration has only increased his buzz. Where his previous release, "Back to the Traphouse," seemed like a mixtape release of random songs, TSVRD is the most well-put together album of Gucci's career. It is truly an album that you can play from start to finish. The single "Spotlight," while not being a usual Gucci song, is actually a decent mainstream song and not as terrible as originally received. One of the main highlights is "Lemonade." Gucci almost seems as if he is at his best when he boasts of his many diamonds and his loads of money. The song is a celebration of the color yellow and is sure to increase the sales of yellow sweaters, polos & jackets at least across the south. If I had to find a flaw in the album, it may be the interludes or tracks such as "I think I'm in love" or "The Movie." While not saying the tracks are horrible, I just feel as if he could have replaced them with one of the mixtape bangers he already has.

Highlights:
Lemonade
Stupid Wild
Bingo
Bad Bad Bad
Volume
Worst Enemy

Ask any Gucci Mane fan, finally having Radric Davis find success in the mainstream is like being a proud father watching his son make it.
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By Blake on October 31, 2010
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Im new to the whole Gucci Mane (Brick squad 1017 in general) and I was really impressed.
High quality hip hop in my opinion but just dont do like me and accidentally but the edited version, he cusses alot and they dont add words to replace them, they just take them out so my cd was pretty much instrumental. still a good cd tho
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Production is off the charts. This is one of Gucci's best albums out and I usually don't like an album the first time I hear it. I wish Gucci wasn't locked up so this album could get the proper promotion, same problem he's always had. Album cover is ironic and fitting. Free GUCCI!
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