Juvenile   Cocky and Confident
Release Date: 2009

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2.0 poorBulldog | December 3rd 09

Juvenile is no longer the New Orleans gangsta saint he once was. Juvenile's flow, voice, beats, and concepts often cancelled out his awful lyrics, but no longer. On Cocky and Confident, Juvenile retains the nice voice and flowing prowess he always possessed, but ditches the gangsta theme and cuts the amount of good beats in half. The formula that made 400 Degreez a quadruple-platinum album has been utterly abandoned, while the radio rap album format has been adopted. "A big dog n*gga don't quit." Every dog has his day, Juve - this day not being yours.

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3.0 goodUptownMagnolia | May 3rd 16
2.0 poorNickersonBountyHunta | April 4th 16
1.5 very poorHep Kat | December 2nd 15
4.0 excellentGrandpaSeth3000 | August 6th 14
1.0 awfulLastEpic | December 4th 10

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