Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Juvenile came to national prominence as a teenager with the 1997 debut of the HOT BOY$ (Juvenile, Lil Wayne, B.G. and Turk), GET IT HOW U LIVE, followed by the HOT BOY$ platinum record WARFARE. Juvenile's major label solo ... more »
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Juvenile came to national prominence as a teenager with the 1997 debut of the HOT BOY$ (Juvenile, Lil Wayne, B.G. and Turk), GET IT HOW U LIVE, followed by the HOT BOY$ platinum record WARFARE. Juvenile's major label solo debut $)) DEGREEZ in 1998 is universally considered one of hip hop's classics and he sold 4.5 million records. Juvenile's three follow up albums were each Platinum-plus.
Juvenile back for the second time in a year.
Jason Cleveland | 07/06/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This Cd is very short with only 11 tracks. It seems as if Juvenile is being selfish and trying to go very low budget as he has no known guest on the album. Only guest are his son(???) and some singer guy (Unknown). It has it's high points but even the best tracks aren't that great just better compared to others. The worst tracks to me are "Drinks On Me" (Feat. Cape)
This Cape guy sounds like he wishes he was Plies and that is just bad b/c Plies sucks and this guy sucks worse, the song is very repetitive and annoying. If you get past that track without killing yourself you can suffer threw the next track "Pussy Kat" Which is a total knockoff of the Ying Yang twins "whisper song" almost the same beat and yes they whisper at times WACK!!!! but the rest of the album is pretty good. so out of 11 tracks I find 4 are good 5 are ok and 2 are just all out wack!
But I had to go out and support Juvenile and buy this cd b/c I have all of his albums and I am a fan since before he had a deal b/c I'm from New Orleans. So if your a fan like me pick it up if your not you will want to use it as a coaster.
Anthony Nelson | Florida | 07/30/2010
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I can not believe someone with his lyrical talent would put out such a GARBAGE album. When I here Beast Mode, I think of hardcore, no limits, ruthless, ect.... This album has none of that. Plus WTF is up with only 11 tracks? Im one of the biggest fans of Juvenile from back when he put out Solja Rags. I really really miss the years (1995-2004) when rap was the s**t. Now we have all this commercial and dance rap crap. Now I understand they have to go where the money is to feed there family but come on!
Much respect to Juvie but PLEASE DO ALOT BETTER THEN THIS!!!!!"
MORE OF A MIXTAPE THAN ALBUM
Charles L. Montgomery | N my City, USA | 07/16/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I agree with most of the past comments. This newest album was far from his best considering the recent Cocky and Confident. He showed his a$$ on that album. This album, C'mon Son!!!!! Seem too rushed to me. But as a true fan, I had to get the album. I feel he needs to go back to his '97 "Money on the Couch" and mix with the '09 "Gotta Get It". Will the boy make another Sojla Rags or 400 Degreez? With time taken, yes it can happen. Side note: Juvy Jr. is gonna be a problem. His verses stood out to me."