Review Summary: Mickey Mouse ain't nuthing ta f*ck with
In rap music there has been a few albums that have changed the whole landscape of the genre and whose influence is felt to this very day, Nas’s “Illmatic”, Dr. Dre’s “ The Chronic” and Wu-Tang Clan’s “Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers” just to name a few. However, none of these albums could ever wish to live up to the sheer quality of Mickey Mouse’s flawless rap debut, “Mickey Unrapped”. First off, look at that album cover, its just Mickey Mouse telling you “It ain’t gunna suck itself hoe”, now that is pretty freakin pimp right there.
This album has Mickey Mouse and some of his Disney friends spitting molten hot verses all over the place over top of some hit rap songs of the time. Mickey Mouse as a rapper is just godly, no rapper got sh*t on this mouse, he is like a combo of Rakim, Nas and Jesus all rolled into one. I bet Eminem jacks off while reading the verses on this album while crying tears of shame, knowing he will never write anything close to this sh*t. Just look at what Goofy raps from the song “U Can’t Botch This”:
“I went outside in my underwear/ The door blew shut/ I was stuck out there/ And along came a bus full of kids”
This album obviously is not scared to tackle taboo subjects like pedophilia as you can see. However, nothing on this album cannot compare to the stone cold classic “Ice Ice Mickey”. Don’t worry, it sounds nothing like that sh*t excuse of a song “Ice Ice Baby”. But on this track you will learn one thing: you don't f*ck with Disney!
“Yeah, the Disney posse’s coming at cha/Head ‘em off at the pass, hummies, I mean homies.”
I bet Wu-Tang, G-Unit and D-12 all cry tears of fear when they hear this song and have a massive orgy to try to make themselves feel better about their rapping abilities. There are a few other just mind-blowing songs on this album such as “Duck in The ‘Hood”, where Heuy, Dewey and Louie basicly make N.W.A look like a bunch of pussies and “Whatta Mouse” where Minnie Mouse spends a whole song just telling you how pimpin Mickey is.
Overall this is the greatest rap album that will be ever made, no contest. If for some reason you don’t already own this masterpiece buy it now! Or I bet the Disney crew will f*ck you up!