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Carltouis Stevenson | Angeles Mesa, Los Angeles | 04/01/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"His majesty's fouth release since his 1988 debut. He also started carrers for Xzibit and The Alkaholics, where they're featured on "Free Style Ghetto". King Tee hails from the infamous Compton, California. Majority of IV Life contains west coast appealing grooves like the Sunday night cruising "Dippin'". One of the standouts that hails as a great slow gangster groove is "Down Ass Loc" with a heavy bassline that supersedes the other instruments. Tee show's versitility of being a Westsider with his lyrics on "Way Out There". If you heard this song, you couldn't tell he's from Compton or California for that. "Let's Get It On" features Nikke Nicole on production, singing and rapping a verse to add a much needed ingredient for this lp. King Tela represents well for his side.
1. YOU CAN'T SEE ME
2. SUPER NIGGA featuring D.J. Pooh & Rashad
3. DUCK featuring E-Swift
5. 3 STRIKES YA OUT
6. DOWN ASS LOC
7. FREE STYLE GHETTO featuring Xzibit, M.C. Breeze & The Alkaholics
8. WAY OUT THERE
9. LET'S GET IT ON featuring Nikke Nicole
10. CHECK THE FLOW
12. DIPPIN' REMIX"