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|2.5 average||Bulldog | August 9th 10|
I believe we're all familiar with KiD CuDi's song "Make Her Say" that features Kanye West, Common, and a Lady Gaga chorus sample. It appeared on his seminal album Man On The Moon: End of Day. The entire album was incredibly consistent throughout, and Mr. Rager displayed some great songwriting ability, but when it came to a song with features on it, he got outshined, because he can't write verses. Bun B is the opposite of KiD CuDi, apparently. He SLAYS every song he's featured on, but when it comes to his recent album, Trill O.G., he's showcased that he can't write full songs, no less albums. Plenty of mistakes can be found on this album (such as featuring T-Pain) and his lyricism has declined ("We gon take it to the top; Appalaichans.) Disappointing - especially considering how beastly his recent guest verses have been - and utterly average, Trill O.G. is a letdown, and perhaps even worse, a let down. Some songs, such as "Just Like That" and "Countin' Money", are just heaters, though.
|2.5 average||Joe Schmoh | July 31st 10|
Bun B is stuck at this point: he's old, but before that didn't affect his rhyming ability, or at least his confidence behind the mic. He's still got confidence, but no longer is he sound behind the mic. He's spitting the same ol' UGK nostalgia over and over again without any of the flashy mic wielding he used to possess. His albums have always been hit/miss, mostly because of guests and beats, but before it was never Bun's fault. Simply put, this is Bun's first album where BUN himself is the problem. The album's best moment is when we hear the voice of Pimp C again, it seems as if Bun B needs a foil to make an entire album work. At least "Countin' Money All Day" and "Just Like That" are serious street BANGERS.
|3.0 good||Mungo | April 16th 11|
|3.0 good||Chiino | August 31st 10|
|3.0 good||WooHa | August 13th 10|
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