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2low no different from his brother
Joe Webber | 08/08/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"2low is Scarface's younger brother and he is just as tight as his older brother. He first appeared on The Geto Boys album Till Death Do Us Part on the track Bring It On. Then he was on Mr. Scarface The World is Yours on the track Funky Lil Aggin. The following year he released the masterpiece Funky Lil Brotha. Every track on this album is bass crazed. 2low unfortunately didn't have his brothers luck though because the album was slept on and he hasn't made an album since. I used to have this album but it got stolen I hope to get it again at some point if I can find it you should get a copy of it if you dont already have one."
Not Ya Ordinary "Kiddie Rap:" Funky Houston Banger By The Ba
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 10/26/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Late 1993, Scarface younger brother, 13 year old 2 Low, who has appeared on Scarface's awesome 1993 The World Is Yours, and DMG's 1993 classic Rigormortiz, gets his own and only chance to shine on Rap-A-Lot records. Do not simply expect a radio-friendly album in the vein of Kriss Kross and the like. He is a kid and it shows, but he is also street tough and sometimes reflective. As for production, it is excellent, drawing upon a deep fried G-Funk feel often paired with P-Funk samples and whiny synths. Beats are produced by John Bido, Tony "Big Chief" Randle, and James Smith. "Throw Ya Hands In The Air" is a phat funky party joint with an "Atomic Dog sample. "Da Hood" is harder with Blac Monk's 3-2 stoppin' by and droppin some street ish. "Send Ya Fa Ya Mama" is hot with a P-Funk sample and a sick whiny synth. He ain't playin around here and is menacing for a youngsta. "Class Clown" is appropriately juvenile and funny over an old funk sample, and Devin The Dude supplies the funny hook vocals. "Growing Up Ain't Easy" is what it is, a coming of age joint that is reflective over a sweet G-Funk beat, and Devin again provides the hook vocal. Overall, this album gives a neat perspective of a child growing up in the hoods of 5th Ward Houston paired with excellent beats and samples."