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|3.5 great||Bob Saget | February 9th 11|
Surely not the best that could've come from the crew (needs more of the original crew, especially OJ, as opposed to Waka Fallout guys and chopper carriers like YG Hootie), but this mixtape displays what a Bricksquad album could be, and if their album is anything like this, i'll be satisfied. Nice beats and humorously over the top gun/brag rap comes together perfectly.
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|3.0 good||Bulldog | February 9th 11|
Mixtape DJs are notorious for their use of sound effects. As a generic trap rap mixtape, perhaps it's fitting that this album can be summed up entirely by its sounds. You're just as likely to hear a clip of a currency-counting machine being used as you are gunfire snippets. And a Waka Flocka Flame or Wooh da Kid adlib ("BOW!" and "YESSSSS!," respectively) is just as imminent as a rapidfire Lex Luger TR-808 drum kit. This is the new south: brick-selling, blunt-smoking, bill-tossing and bustin' caps. A bit unpolished, and it could definitely do without the typical DJ tomfoolery, but a good listen nevertheless.
|2.5 average||Kurisu | September 17th 17|
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