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Teflon Don (Edited Version) [Clean]

July 20, 2010 | Format: MP3

$8.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: July 20, 2010
  • Release Date: July 20, 2010
  • Label: Slip 'N Slide / Def Jam Records
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 The Island Def Jam Music Group
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  • Total Length: 49:19
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  • ASIN: B003V9UQ6U
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 71 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,948 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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Format: Audio CD
With this his forth official release Rick Ross aka the Teflon Don might just have scored his best yet. I must start by saying I wasn't even a fan of Rick Ross before this album. All I knew to be honest was he did the song Hustlin. That song doesn't even begin to compare however to any of the songs on this album. Beginning with I'm Not a Star which is basically three minutes of Ross patting himself on the back we get something entirely different. The samples are more soulful and the guests more in-tune with Ross and exactly what he wants. On Free Mason, Ross and Hova himself go back and forth, and Ross just might end up outscoring his friend and co-worker. With Tears of Joy, Ross delivers what could be his most "serious" song to date with a breathtaking chorus delivered by Cee-Lo. (This could easily be one of the best of 2010.) The rest of the album follows a similar path with spots from T.I. Jadakiss, Erykah Badu, Drake, Gucci Mane, and Kanye. The only real drawbacks to this album are the lack luster track with Diddy and that it seems to end too soon. With this album, Ross might have simultaneously silenced his critics, delivered one of the best rap albums in a year already overcrowded, and truly lived up to his title as "The Teflon Don." Highly recommended.
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Rick Ross doesn't care. He doesn't care who likes him. He doesn't care who hates his fast cars and fast women rap lifestyle. He's just going to keep making music that he loves. And if you don't like it, oh well. That's confident, cocky & arrogant all at the same time. But that's Rick Ross. And he has a right to be. No matter how much people clown him, he bounces back (the "Officer Ricky" scandal, the beef with 50, the lawsuit with the real Rick Ross) All of that has fed him and now he has dropped his best album so far, "Teflon Don".

"Teflon Don" is a good title for this album because just like John Gotti, nothing sticks to him. He keeps making street bangers and radio hits. Each of his albums has a hit song that gets heavy rotation in the clubs or radio. His first single "Super High", ft Ne-Yo is another radio hit (Similar to "Magnificent" from "Deeper Than Rap") Aston Martin Music", could possibly be another radio hit (I don't know why Drake is on here. He just sings a little on the chorus) As with every Rick Ross album there are a slew of guest appearances starting with Jay-Z on the solid track "Free Mason". Gucci Mane has no purpose on "MC Hammer". Neither does Styles P on "B.M.F (Blowin' Money Fast)". Both these songs are bangers but they sound so similar. They should not have been put back-to-back on the album. I don't know what he was aiming for on "Live Fast, Die Young", ft Kanye West. The same for "No. 1" with Diddy & Trey Songz. The epic "Maybach Music III", has the feel of a good movie. It has a sharp 16 from T.I. and a beautifully sung chorus by Erykah Badu. Jadakiss verse almost ruins the song but then there's a build-up that sets up Rick Ross that's perfect. This might be the best production I ever heard from J.U.S.T.I.C.E League.
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Let's get real here. Rick Ross isn't known for being a lyrical giant or anything like that. He has a occasionally punch line or two and that's it. The fact still remains this album is a good listen. Lyrically yes it's a 3 star album at best, but the end product is really really good. Fantastic for riding around, and letting the sub woofer cut loose. The best thing about the album is there is only 11 tracks which means it's short and to the point. Ross went with a very uncommon approach towards the beginning of the album. He starts if off slow and the albums momentum picks up as it goes along. Uncommon, but a very very good method it turns out. This being my first rick album I am satisfied with what I have. Music for a ground shaking ride down the street. Something I can bop my head to for most of the day. Hip Hop should be about more than who rhymes the best. It's about good music, and this is good music.
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By NANG on August 22, 2013
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Good product, the Florida Geechie by way of Mississippi did a decent job, BMF with Styles P to me is his tightest track as well as Freemason with JayZ, this actor "Rick Ross" used his intel using seasoned rappers from NYC just like he did by using the persona and name of the real Rick Ross and his jailhouse grunts and expressions from being a former corrections officer he learned game from the inmates his guest made the songs tight along with his contributions by inviting them to be on the track.
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By Firecracker on December 26, 2012
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I was excited about this album, and everyone said it was great, but I found it to be pretty un-exciting. The songs are repetetive, the tracks all sounds similar, and while there may be more lyrical quality here than on previous Ross albums, it's not by much.
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Rick Ross is one of my least favorite rappers. I don't like his persona, his authenticity, or his lyrical ability. But what I do appreciate about the fat tub of lard is that he has a powerful voice when he raps, and he may delve into his "Boss" persona too much, but you have to give him credit for the work he put in before becoming the mogul he is today. Fake or not, he is rich and he will never let anybody forget that. "Teflon Don" is not a classic Hip Hop record, this album is all about excess with very little substance to be found on this album, but to be perfectly honest, the music itself is very lavish and hard hitting that I have to give it credit for how catchy the records are. For its commercial purpose, every song on this record could be a potential hit single on urban radios, but of course like as I said earlier each record has the same monotonous theme of money, women and drugs.

The Production on this album is the highlight, a lot these songs contain tremendous bass with rich layers of strings, ominous choirs, soulful singing and head nodding drums. Songs like B.M.F. (Blowin Money Fast) produced by Lex Luger features his signature overlapping horns and drums and catchy hook by Rick Ross. Aston Martin Music feat. Chrisette Michele and hookman Drake has lush/sweet instrumentals and one of the more slower tempo songs. Producers J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and Rick Ross have been collaborating ever since his second album, and their partnership has always been perfect. Lex Luger also brings the best out of Ross forcing him to rap more aggressively. Songs like "Super High" features one of the most prettiest beats I've heard in a long while and songs such filled with a great soulful sample.
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