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Quik back in force
Kd | 05/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I went crazy when i went into the record shop and saw that this was out after having quiks first album getting played non stop at home. I picked it up straight away and as soon as I got home I put the tape on and I turned the volume hiigh. As soon as ''americas most complete artist'' came on I knew he had pulled off another heavy album which would be tight from start to finish. I wasn't dissapointed one bit as I was chillin thinking ''Oh my god!!, he has made this sample sound mad!!''. He stepped up his level a bit from his last album and he was sounding more funky and melodious in 92, even after hearing hi-c's album and what he did on that and penthouse players, this was sounding like the best tracks I had ever heard aswel as the rhymes going over them. His beats are always on point with nice basslines, quality mixing and mastering and the tightest flows around because he had the voice for it. He went at mc eiht again which I really liked even though mc eiht couldn't even get quik a quarter as much as he got given. No disrespect, but Mc eiht was so wack compared to quik. He could not even diss vanilla ice he was that bad lol. And so quik put him in place with tim dog too. Once again quik had made another classic album covering many different aspects. He had proved that he really does mean business and he is the one in control. Much respect to one of my favourite producers/rappers ever again for this album. 1992 got stepped up and this man was responsible for the good things that evolved in these years and and onward. If you haven't got this, wake up!!!.......and order this sh#t now!!! Peace!"
G-Funk 4ever | Listenin' to the Delfonics | 08/22/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Quik sure gets his funk on with "Way 2 Fonky." He draws on from what made "Quik Is The Name" so great: elaborate P-Funk samples. This album may not be on the same level as his 1st, be does have surefire hits. The title track and "Amerika'z Most Complete Artist" are awesome with nice beats exploring what it takes to keep it real and funky in the rap game. "Jus Lyke Compton" is where DJ Quik synthesizes his experiences touring in other cities, and how they are not that much different from his birthplace, all over a deep bass beat with jingle bells adding to the funky feel to the song. He also has his fair share of dirty, naughty songs like "N---az Still Trippin'" and "Mo' P---y." This album is an essential addition to your G-Funk set."