Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
What happend to lil' blunt?????
Reuben McDohl | 01/06/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"i really like this album. anything from 3-6 mafia is my type of musik. those memphis rappers are on a cloud far above any other rappers in the industry, in my opinion. they just know how to get me into party mode. when i here them i get buck whenever and wherever i am. if i heard one of there songs in a club i would go crazy!! anyone affiliated with 3-6 is strait to me. p.s. am i the only one who thinks gansta boo is the only female puttin it down like that. SHE's got it goin on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
I Was Disappointed
lake_street_strangler | Minneapolis | 11/15/2003
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Let's Be Honest Here. This is NOT A Good CD. I'm SOrry. I Like Three 6, Killa Klan, Project Pat, Lil' Wyte, Kingpin Skinny Pimp Gangsta Boo, Frayser Boy, La Chat, T-Rock, Koopsta Knicca, H.C.P., And The Whole Hypnotize Minds Crew, But This Guy Is Not A Talented Rapper. I Bought This CD, And I Still Have It Cuz No Stores Want To Buy It From Me. The Beats Are Alright(Nothing Special) But This Guys Raps Just Suck D***. If U Want A Good CD Then Go Get Mystic Stylez, The End, CHpt. 2 World Dom., Or Ne Thing By T-Rock."
INDO G IS TIGHT!
Reuben McDohl | College Park, GA (A.T.L) | 12/16/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Indo G is tight, but sometimes his problem is his lyricism. He is the best tongue-twister with a pretty high pitched voice. Some examples of his tightness in his work on this CD are. "Throw Them Thangs", "Ashes to Ashes" (with Koopsta Knicca), "Remember Me Ballin", (with Gangsta Boo, which is also the priemier single of the album), "Break The Law '98" (with T-Rock, D.J. Paul, and Juicy J), "Fall Up Off Me H*", Prophet Hataz (with Gangsta Boo & K-Roc), and "Fly Straight" (with the Prophet Posse). Paul and J lace Indo G with some tight beats that you will be bumpin. If you ain't got this I suggest either finding someway to peep some of the bangers I've listed or cop this mutha..!"