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Daddy's Home
Big Daddy Kane
Daddy's Home
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
  •  Track Listings (13) - Disc #1


CD Details

All Artists: Big Daddy Kane
Title: Daddy's Home
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mca
Release Date: 9/13/1994
Genres: Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Old School, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 008811110222, 008811110215, 008811110246

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(3+Half) Its fairly comfortable in DADDY'S HOME.
gavin redmond | rep of ireland | 04/03/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)

"This is an album that I found abit frustrating at times and exceptional at others. The main problem for me was the most irritating voice of any mc Ive ever heard in over 15years of listening to hiphop, Big Scoob, who appears on no less than 4 tracks and completely ruins them. He's better known as one half of Kane's dancers Scoob+Scrap and he really should have stuck to just that. The ironic thing is Ive never really found him as annoying on Kane's other albums, ah well... The good points however far outweigh this minor negative point. The production from Kane, Easy Moe Bee, L.G., Kool T, Da Rock and the one+only DJ Premier is all top notch. The rhymes from Kane are what we've come to expect, sharp, original, witty and skilled like no other. Unfortunately he sings abit in the middle of his flows, even though he does that on his other albums he just overdoes it at times here. Apart from that his flow is flawless. Tracks like "Daddy's Home", "Lyrical Gymnastics", "Thats How I Did'em", "The Way Its Goin'Down", "W.G.O.N.R.S." and "Let Yourself Go" showcase his lyrical prowess expertly. "Lyrical Gymnastics" and "The Way Its Goin'Down" in particular are Kane at his peak, breathtaking. Both "Sex According To The Prince Of Darkness" and "Somebody's Been Sleeping In My Bed" are were his smooth sexcapes come out to play to great effect. Apart from Scoob's verses in tracks like "In The PJ's" and "Show N Prove" they are also decent tracks that enhance then album. Overall its not as consistent as his "Veteran's Day" and "Looks Like A Job For...." albums but its still a nice+necessary addition to the Kane collection."
The most underrated classic out of 94
rado | IS IT REALLY MATTER | 03/18/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"When the first time i bought this album, i didn't what i'm going to hear, cuz i never heard Kane's rap before. Every songs in this album were well handled except the skit which is allright at the first time hear but you don't want take more after. You'll find a lot of gems that's includes an allstar collabo produced by Primo in "Show and Improve" featuring Big Scopp,Sauce Money,Shyheim,"Mr.Strickly out from a Brooklyn Zoo" ODB, and up and coming Jay-Z. The last two names steal the show, each with their distinctive style. Nice to hear young Jay-Z fast rap, it's added a fresh flavour on the track, and ODB crazy as usual and he even borrowed his lines in this track on other WU-mate production (RZA's Kiss of The Black Widow).The other songs was tight both musically and lyrically every song take you into another trip on Kane's world eventhough it's released almost 10 years ago, the beat never sounds old and the lyrics still relevant on today. This album improve that Kane still one of best MC to count in the middle of 90's beside handfull of new comers and golden era of gangsta rap."