Tha Joker
We Do It For Fun Tha Mixtape


3.0
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Review

by scyther USER (41 Reviews)
July 26th, 2009 | 16 replies


Release Date: 2009 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Mississipi: know any good rappers from there? Here ya go.

I'm not even sure if this is an official release but bear with me. Tha Joker is an up-and-coming Mississipi rapper with a knack for quirky punch-lines. His simplistic way of rapping is almost comical, and some may say that his is an amateur style but Joker is all about the lyrics which is quite refreshing in the Auto-Tune Age. I doubt that he really has anything important to say at all, but when it comes to pure unadulterated entertainment Tha Joker delivers like Domino's.

This mixtape is a show-offy example of Tha Joker's power, and like the Batman character, he is unpredictable but quite charismatic. He sounds like he just learned how to flow yesterday but that only adds to the credibility of his namesake. As aforementioned his lyrics are rock solid and quirky which only amplifies his entertainment value; he talks like he's on top of the world in an Escalade ridin' on 28's you can't bootleg, motherfucker. Sometimes you just want to relax and listen to a self-proclaimed gangsta talk his way into a hot girl's panties. The way Tha Joker sees himself is egotistical and self-righteous, and this confidence while not entirely original is befitting of his stage personality, and he's a good performer. I can see myself buying tickets to see the dude. If anything, that hot girl he ***ed before might be there and more than willing.

Actually the music on this mixtape is rather openly generic. Joker's cartoonish rapping qualifies these T-Pain beats as worthwhile though, and it isn't a chore to hear this record like much other club-oriented stuff. Sure, it really only requires one listen, or one half of a listen to make your decision on whether or not it's a good tape which it is, due to songs like "Aqua Water" featuring Gucci Mane that should be illegal they're so damn catchy. Gucci's southern drawl brings out the ignorant hustla theme outstandingly, and matched up with Joker the duo are unstoppable. His lyrics on the three "We Do It For Fun" tracks could make anybody want to pick up a mic and just have fun the same way. So thats all this mixtape ever strived to be: catchy. Hook, line and sinker for me, it's like audible cocaine.

I'm warning you now, if you despise gangsta-rap stay the *** away from this but you probably already knew that by looking at the cover. Whoever said don't judge a book by it's cover doesn't listen to rap. Anywho, Tha Joker is a great addition to your collection of rap music and by that I mean he's gonna stand out in the future and you'll be applauded for enjoying his music by your gold-chain wearing, break-dancing buddies. Tha Joker does it for fun and he does it well.

My name is Joker -
Habitual smoker -
I burn so many trees that I have splinters in my toaster




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scyther
July 26th 2009


1606 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

[A]http://www.datpiff.com/maxx-hip-hopcom_Tha_Joker_-_Download_at_Maxx-Hip-.m41907.html[/A]

You can download this mixtape for free or stream it at that link, but you gotta sign up first to download.

illmitch
July 26th 2009


5429 Comments


i think i might need this

good review

scyther
July 26th 2009


1606 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Yeah you'll probably like him. Check out these fucking lyrics:

I need a bitch to stay below my waist like a holster
And then I sit my cup up on her booty like a coaster
I brag about my money so their callin' me a boaster
I holla giddyup like I was on tha ponderosa
You said that you don't feel me, well, come a lil' closer
I'll show you what a gangsta look like, at least supposed ta
My blunt is filled with very deadly weed I call it dough
My eyes stay low like a gay dude's in a men's bathroom


kingsoby1
Emeritus
July 26th 2009


4950 Comments


looks like gucci mane's brother from that snippet.

illmitch
July 26th 2009


5429 Comments


yeah i can hear the gucci mane resemblance but that's a good thing for me

listening to this on datpiff, good stuff

scyther
July 26th 2009


1606 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Every mornin' while you go to Starbucks to get coffee
I be at the bank like get this cash off me
My car's so new but my money so old
My grill's iced out so my barbaque's cold
3, 2, 1 blast off you bastards
Space ship doors my garage is NASA
Hedgehog game I am much faster
You are a lizard, I am a raptor
When I hit the club all tha stacks I party hard
Witness hoes naked like erry day is Mardi Gras
See I'm seventeen and I have an accountant
You're seventeen but you get an allowance

marksellsuswallets
July 26th 2009


4848 Comments


This sounds awful...did he every say what part of Mississippi he's from though?

The fact that Gucci Mane and that thing which I'll avoid naming are featured here would probably destroy this for me.

illmitch
July 26th 2009


5429 Comments


gucci mane is the future

marksellsuswallets
July 26th 2009


4848 Comments


of bad music

illmitch
July 26th 2009


5429 Comments


itt: mad hatin'

Hollow
July 26th 2009


263 Comments


These are some quite funny lyrics yeah but I don't know any Missisipi rappers really.

marksellsuswallets
July 26th 2009


4848 Comments


Isn't David Banner from MS?

illmitch
July 26th 2009


5429 Comments


yeah

Spare
July 27th 2009


5306 Comments


ugh

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Ragez
October 16th 2009


150 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

This guy is nice.

Bulldog
December 31st 2009


3796 Comments


3, 2, 1 blast off you bastards!



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