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  • Audio CD (April 1, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • ASIN: B001AZFV7Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,399,974 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Terrence D. Hillman on March 25, 2009
Format: MP3 Music
I just finished checking for reviews on Smoothe's classic debut, "...America." Obviously, he's been gone a long time and the people that wrote those reviews either don't know how, or forgot to do updates. This brother's been back in the game for a minute now, but in my opinion, his delivery has somewhat changed. He had sort-of a monotone, straight-to-the-point, no holds barred type flow which even showed some anger from what Smoothe has been through (or was going through) while recording America. I just finished listening to snipplets of this 2008 joint, and from it I can tell that he's changed a lot! Lyrically, he's still got it, but the beats aren't updated nor are they anywhere near as hard as DR's joints on the first. Smoothe's vocals sound more like an old Furious Five record, not that it's a bad thing, but I was looking forward to hearing Smoothe & Trigga but better! Truthfully, I miss the hard beats from the late 80's and the 90's, but it's true that more of the ladies actually purchase CD's while we're quick to get a dub. The music nowadays are catering to the ones that buy the music and include some tracks on there to bring some of us that wanna hear the real. Now, me, I'm picky! I have a large selection of music I've purchased (mostly old school.) I have Smoothe's first album, I have ALL of M.O.P's CD's, but in the same hand I'm holding the same jams their producers sample from (and then some!) After all that, I don't have one straight up jam with Smoothe, Trig and M.O.P. trading verses. No pressure, but "Welcome To Brownsville Part II is M.I.A. for real!! I'm not the type to have high expectations (or be a waiting mo'f**ker,) but what's up?!
**A note to Smoothe Da Hustler**
Violenttimes Day, nice try.
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Smoothe da Hustler A True Beast Of words Returns after His Super Group S.M.G. Destorys The World!Smoothe Is A True Wordsmith & He Showcases His Ability To Stay Fresh & Not Fall In Line With The Rest Of The Crap You Here On The Radio!One Of New York's Greatest Rappers To Date!
This Album Has Alot Of Diffrent Sounds Real Raw Grimey Lyrics For Real People Who Go Through Real life On The Daily!
My Favriote Has To Be Smoothe Opening His Heart & letting It Bleed On The Track That He Wrote In Honor Of His Fallen Love & Babies Momma!
Not To Mention All Of The Emotion On This Cd!Stop Buying What Comes Out On Tuesday And Get Some Realn Music Buy This Album NOW You Won't regret It!Keep Doin Ya Thug Thang Smoothe Blunt Factory Got Ya Back!S.M.G. till the Death Of Me!!!
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I have been a fan of Smoothe Da Hustler since "Broken Language". I loved the joints than and dig this album now. The delivery was refreshing and the flow was razor-sharp. I can't believe Smoothe didn't get much shine. Thanks to the whack-a$$ stuff on the radio and what not. I found the album and I am glad I "PAID" for it. If the artisst keep coming out with good music, I will continue to support it. Real hip hop headz, Stand Up!
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