14 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Clean Lyrics

EDITORS’ NOTES

Clean Lyrics
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

AK of NJ ,

Great album

Not as good as his debut, but come on, that was a near classic. Production is top notch here and the only thing it lacks is I guess good features. It does have great production from D12's own Kon Artis (aka Mr. Porter) as well as some average hooks by the rapper-turned-crooner which makes you wish Kon was sticking to rapping. Still, lyrically, the album is top-notch with a couple songs for the ladies and feel-good songs. Pharoahe brings a great follow-up to the table with this. Although it lacks the great cameos his last LP had (such as Redman, Common, Busta, Talib, MOP, Canibus, & Method Man), the album still remains solid. Despite the solid effort, it still does not compensate for the eight-year wait, and that gets you worrying about Detox, which has had the same amount of years since Dre's last great effort.

Ntovorni ,

Great stuff, just need the unedited version

Great stuff, saw him on myspace the day before, and thought i should check him out, then low and behold i go onto itunes today and there pushing his new album...I suggest this to anyone who wants to here the way rap should go. 4 stars just because clean versions change from the artists true way.

CherryCoke 33 ,

Does it Again

Pure heat - grown man rap music.
Beats = hot,
Flow and delivery = sick, timeless
and there's meaningful content.
The wait was long for something new from Monch, but as expected, he comes with it.

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