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Sky's the Limit
Magic
Sky's the Limit
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
 
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All Artists: Magic
Title: Sky's the Limit
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 1
Label: Priority Records
Original Release Date: 9/15/1998
Release Date: 9/15/1998
Album Type: Explicit Lyrics
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, Southern Rap, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 049925001723, 049925001716
 

CD Reviews

ONE AGAIN THE GUEST RAPPERS MAKE THIS ALBUM
Emanuele Ferrigno | CALIFORNIATLANTA | 03/22/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"MAGIC IS A GOOD RAPPER, HIS VOICE IS TITE, BUT HE CAN'T CARRY THIS ALBUM BY HIMSELF. C-MURDER IS ON A FEW TRACKS, FIEND AND THE REST OF THE SOULJAS OF NO LIMIT. THE ALBUM IS GOOD..NOT GREAT..BUT GOOD. FOR THE RIGHT PRICE THIS ALBUM IS WORTH PICKING UP. ($12 - $15) AT MOST. BUT IF YOU ARE A COLECTER THEN THIS IS A NO LIMIT MUST. IF YOU DON'T ALREADY KNOW THIS.. FIEND,MAC, AND SOULJA SLIM ARE THE ONLY MC'S THAT CAN CARRY AN ALBUM BY THEM SELVES. THOSE THREE ARE A MUST HAVE FOR SURE.

ANYWAY, THIS ALBUM IS GOOD 4/5 STARS."
Tight as hell
truestnolimitsoldier | 04/04/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"this cd is really tight ......all the songs are really good and bring out the best of no limit...there are a couple songs that arent the best but no cd is perfect..if u like no limit then buy this cd u wont be let down"
Disappointing
truestnolimitsoldier | 09/20/1998
(3 out of 5 stars)

"After comin' hard on C-Murder's CD and Mac's CD, Mr. Magic hasn't shown what made him special. He sounds like 2Pac at times (Which is neither a compliment nor an insult, just an observation), and his songs aren't that good for the most part, especially after one of the better album intros ever. The Intro is one of the album highlights. It is a 25-second commercial-esque buildup to a fictional movie starring Magic. This is where he states "My names Magic, Mr. Magic". After the Intro and the first two songs, one could be deceived into thinking that this was a good release, but it is not. "Ghetto Godzilla" with MP is a good song, and "Did What I Had 2" with Mystikal is excellent. "Did What I Had 2" was the song where Magic sounded like Pac the most, particularly in the third verse. Whether he sounded like Pac or anybody else, it was Mystikal that made the song. Mystikal continues to ascend to levels that no other N.L. rapper (or any other rapper period) can ascend to. Most non N.L. fans will use these nine tracks as more fuel to add to their claims of how wack No Limit is, and will likely not make it to the couple of other good songs, because they will turn it off. Even TRU N.L. fans will have a hard time making it from song 4 to song 12. Finally Song #13 "No Limit" will play, and cause listeners to perk up again. "No Limit" is probably the second-best song on the album. With C-Murder and Snoop, the beat is pounding and hypnotic, and Magic teams up well with his labelmates. I have been a Snoop fan for a long time, and though I was skeptical of his album and his earlier releases with N.L. because he doesn't really fit in, he seems to be finding his niche. After superior guest appearances on Big Ed's CD, Snoop provides another on "No Limit". Doing the third verse, he ends the song in a fitting manner. The next song "New Generation" with Fiend and Mac, is also a good song with an less than ordinary beat. After "New Generation" (Song #14), all listeners (haters, casual fans, and N.L. junkies alike), should press stop on their CD players or tape players, and bang their heads against the wall for buying this CD. It really would have gotten 2 stars, but "No Limit" and "Did What I Had 2" are too good to ignore, so I gave it a 3."