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Old 10 Jan 2008, 08:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Been pickin up a couple cds each week....

Sooooo recommend me some music.
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"Souljah Boy Tell'em"....You know you want it, Check.

Seriously though I like the new Joe Budden Mix Tape "Mood Muzic 3".

A lot of people like Fiasco's "The Cool" album, but I find it kind boring.
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"Souljah Boy Tell'em"....You know you want it, Check.

Seriously though I like the new Joe Budden Mix Tape "Mood Muzic 3".

A lot of people like Fiasco's "The Cool" album, but I find it kind boring.
I almost bought "The Cool" but I hadn't heard anything positive...

really, despite everything I've bought I keep playin the fuck out of Jay Z's Black Album


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I almost bought "The Cool" but I hadn't heard anything positive...
It has gotten positive reviews from everybody, and it's a pretty neat concept album, but I feel he just went to "dark" on this one. The story of the album, was based on this guy "THE Cool" 9and introduced "THE Game" and "The street", but he seemed to play too much in to detail. It came off a little too perfectly scripted out, if tghat makes any sense. Don't take my word for it, because I'm one of probaly 5 people who don't like the album.

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Can Lupe Fiasco top his Grammy nominated debut album Food & Liquor with The Cool?

A few weeks ago, I outlined the list of the Top 10 rappers to look for in 2007. Lupe Fiasco came in at Number 1 and without a doubt, has certainly made his presence felt in the latter half of 2007. With talks of The Cool being his second last album in what has been an incredibly short career and the incident at the VH1 Hip-Hop Awards questioning his status as a hip-hop fan, Lupe has certainly lived up to his Number 1 placing on the list.

His debut album, Food & Liquor peaked at Number 8 on the Billboard Top 200 albums, despite the lead single, “Kick, Push” failing to break the Top 50 on the Billboard singles chart. Furthermore, the album was plagued with early leaking to the Internet on two occasions, the first leak causing him to re-record a lot of material for the final product.

With three Grammy nominations and numerous other awards for his debut album, can Lupe Fiasco successfully follow in Food & Liquor’s footsteps? Or will he suffer the sophomore jinx and become complacent in his work?





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1. Baba Says Cool For Thought
2. Free Chilly Ft. Sarah Green & Gemstones
3. Go Go Gadget Flow
4. The Coolest
5. Superstar Ft. Matthew Santos
6. Paris, Tokyo
7. Hi-Definition Ft. Snoop Dogg & Pooh Bear
8. Gold Watch
9. Hip-Hop Saved My Life Ft. Nikki Jean
10. Intruder Alert Ft. Sarah Green
11. Streets On Fire
12. Little Weapon Ft. Bishop G & Nikki Jean
13. Gotta Eat
14. Dumb It Down Ft. Gemstones & Graham Burris
15. Hello / Goodbye (Uncool) Ft. UNKLE
16. The Die Ft. Gemstones
17. Put You On Game
18. Fighters Ft. Matthew Santos
19. Go Baby Ft. Gemstones

Lupe Fiasco is ridiculously talented. His charisma, ability to change topics within a song, use of metaphors, raw lyrical ability, ear for beats and creativity as a whole are light years beyond anybody else in the hip-hop game at the moment. Many see this as a blessing and a curse. A blessing because this pure talent creates some of the most fantastic and engaging songs you’ll hear but a curse because it ultimately goes over the head of most listeners. Add to this are his somewhat unorthodox flow and voice, and you are left with an incredible individual who is falling upon deaf ears. Whilst Food & Liquor served as a showcase of his ability, it is The Cool that I feel, truly shows us what Lupe is capable of if you are willing to listen.

The first two tracks serve as intros to the album with the former outlining things that are perceived as ‘cool’ (“They think it’s cool to stand on the block hiding Product in their socks”). The latter is a shout out to Chilly Mack who, if I remember correctly, was Lupe’s manager and friend during his early days but is currently incarcerated.

Production-wise, this album truly rivals Ghostface Killah’s album The Big Doe Rehab for the best produced album of 2007 in my opinion. Songs such as lead single “Superstar”, “Paris, Tokyo” and “Fighters” have laid-back beats, which are also pretty damn catchy. Comparatively, “Hip-Hop Saved My Life” and “Intruder Alert” practically bleed emotion with the latter being one of the best beats I’ve heard in my life. Finally, “Put You On Game” is truly dark and menacing complimenting the song lyrics perfectly. Whilst this is only a sample of the songs on The Cool it truly is an enjoyable listen from a purely production-wise standpoint with the solitary misstep being “Gold Watch” where an irritating chatter sample distracts you from the song.

Lyrically, Lupe has matured as an artist and is not afraid to show it in songs such as “Go Go Gadget Flow” where his double cadence flow indicates his ability to rap at a faster pace AND make sense at the same time (something I feel rappers such as Twista lack on occasion).

Elsewhere, “Hip-Hop Saved My Life” is an amazingly vivid story of an aspiring rapper trying to make it as an artist. From a mere MySpace artist, to achieving success on the local circuit to, finally gaining recognition on a national scale Lupe is incredibly detailed giving each bar purpose. Lupe ends the song with the chilling lines ”Now it feels good when it happens like that, two days from goin' back to sellin' crack” mirroring what is undoubtedly the mindset of many rappers that fail to make it as an artist and ultimately return to hustling to make a living.

The album’s second single, “Dumb It Down” is a slap in the face of the haters and those that dumb their lyrics down for a mainstream audience rather than preserve their integrity as an artist. There’s about a list of a dozen rappers floating around in my head as I type this that should take note of the lyrics in this song. Not just for the message they represent, but again, for Lupe’s raw lyrical ability. It needs to be heard to be believed.

“Intruder” is easily the best song on the album and quite possibly his best song to date as each verse deals with a separate reality of life. As previously mentioned, the instrumental is fantastic and Sarah Green adds a degree of emotion to the track that puts the finishing touches on a beautiful display of lyricism, story telling and sincerity.

“Little Weapon” is about children that take up arms in impoverished countries. Bishop G closes out the song with an outstanding verse comparing what Lupe has been rapping about to a child playing a violent video game. Patrick Stump (from Fall Out Boy) produces the track, which has a very militaristic feel (and sounds eerily Linkin Park-ish). “Put You On Game” also condemns a lot of American life:

”I am the American dream,
The rape of Africa
The undying machine,
The overpriced medicine,
The murderous regime,
The tough guy's front
And the one behind the scenes…

…Maybe you can grow up to be a stripper,
A welfare-receiving prostitute
A gold digger,
You can watch on TV,
How they should properly depict you,
The rivers should flow with liquor,
Quench your thirst on my elixirs”

So, with all this praise, what’s stopping this being a perfect album? “Hi-Definition” suffers from a lackluster hook and appearance by Snoop Dogg (the only ‘known’ appearance on the album), “The Die” suffers from being simply average compared to everything else on the album and “Hello / Goodbye” is a little slow and derails some of the momentum the album had. But really, these songs are still much, MUCH, better than the majority of hip-hop music in the market today and aren’t enough to prevent this album from being virtually perfect.
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Last year, Lupe Fiasco set himself apart from the rap pack with a debut full of brainy, Kanye-style positivity, including a laid-back skateboarding anthem, ''Kick, Push.'' You might wonder what happened to that guy if you've read how his follow-up, The Cool, is a concept album about gangsta life. But in truth, only four songs address that story line — thankfully leaving the bulk of this CD to instead indulge in Fiasco's divergent themes and musical explorations.

Want self-righteous anger? See ''Dumb It Down,'' where he imitates fellow rappers and white execs urging him to get crass (''Pour champagne on the b---- !'' he bellows satirically). Want blistering social commentary? Check out ''Little Weapon,'' which conflates videogame violence with the real stuff. Want wistfulness? ''Fighters'' laments that ''when the fighters are all around, all the lovers are underground.'' Want bubblegum? Head to the album's climax, the goofy, girl-crazy ''Go Baby Go.''

Sonically, he's got the same kind of gratifying ADD going on. Some tracks, like ''Paris, Tokyo,'' contrast his Twista-style rapid-fire delivery with a lazy rhythm that's close to smooth jazz. ''Hello/Goodbye,'' at the other extreme, has U.K. electro outfit U.N.K.L.E. providing a tense rock feel. Fiasco's wide-ranging pop instincts rarely fail him, even on the few cuts that are steeped in the street-life narrative. It turns out randomness makes for a surprisingly unifying concept.
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Fifty years ago, Miles Davis announced the “birth of the cool.” Lupe Fiasco anchors his new album in the declaration, “I present the death of tha cool” — showing all the artistic ambition and cold-eyed moralism that makes him such a fascinating hip-hop figure. This skateboarding Muslim from Chicago won fans right off with his 2005 debut Food and Liquor, even if it turned out he was pro the former, con the latter. The Cool goes for softer, jazzier R&B hooks, yet the lyrics are even tougher in their street-level attack on hip-hop materialism. In “Hello Goodbye,” Lupe condemns rap for “The faith/That being a slave is so great”; “Little Weapons” (produced by Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump — no, really) links young hip-hop fans and video gamers to Third World child soldiers. The bleak raps clash with the smoothed-out vibe of the music, maybe more than they’re even supposed to, and some of the tracks fall short. But there’s no denying the theme song “Let Me Put You on Game.” Lupe speaks in the voice of the ultimate con man — a drug dealer, a slave trader, a politician and a rapper — who leads you on a tour of his evil empire from America to Africa, “through the back alleys and black markets/The Oval Offices, crackhouses and apartments.” It’s a scary sound.
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really, despite everything I've bought I keep playin the fuck out of Jay Z's Black Album
Yes, that is a classic album. I think if it wasn't for this album, Kingdom Come wouldn't have gotten such mixed reviews. He seemed to try to hard to elevate his flow on KC, whereas on this album you can sense that he's doing it with ease. there is a difference in his timing of punchlines, and you can tell he's forcing it on Kingdom Come. The Black Album was full of emotion, from the beginning to the end. He gives you his whole career/life story in one smooth stride, and it was the perfect way to go out, but he had to fuck it up with Kingdom Come. Then he dropped American Gangster, and redeemed himself in grand fashion. This was the best album in the last 10 years, better than all of his other work (I flip between this and Blueprint everyday) accept for the classic Reasonable Doubt. If you don't have AG, Kurt. You need to pick it up/DL it whatever. That album is awesome, and too me, is what a "Concept Album" should be.


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I did get AG.....I've liked it so far....its in my PC CDrom now, but Black Album is in my car
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Black Album is one album everyone should own. Absolute lyrical genius from start to the finish. Just a shame that Kingdom Come didn't follow on as well as it could have done. Like TrutHHH said there didn't seem to be as much emotion in it as there was a sense of his own importance. Like because he's got the Benjamin's now the effort isn't required.

As far as me recommending albums goes I would recommend Young Jeezy's Thug Motivation 102: The Inspiration to anyone. Such a good album. Also, Juelz Santana's "What the Game's Been Missing!" is an album packed with good tracks.
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No.

And seriously...can Jay-Z come up with an album name that hasn't been used before?? First there was The Blueprint...I'm sure KRS was real thrilled about that...and for fuck's sake Prince released The Black Album like, 20 years ago or some shit.

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Stone Sour- Come Whatever May. Get the deluxe edition tho it's got some really good tracks on there

Nickelback- All the Right Reasons. With the exception of Far Away (corny as fuck) and Photograph (way too much airtime) every track is gold.

Right now I'm also enjoying Breaking Benjamin- Phobia and Green Day- Dookie
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I heard it once, and that shit is hotter than the original. It goes hard as fuck.


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And his manuscript just sound stupid/When KRS already made an album called Blueprint



Jay-Z may be commercialized but I still think he's a real nice MC. I like alot of his songs. In my opinion, his best showing has to be Dead Presidents II from Reasonable Doubt.
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