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Ghetto Fabulous (Clean)
Mystikal
Ghetto Fabulous (Clean)
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
 
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As the No Limit tank rolls ever onward, the burden of excellence increasingly falls upon Mystikal to provide compelling reason to listen to the label's output. While the other soldiers have let complacency stagnate their s...  more »

      
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All Artists: Mystikal
Title: Ghetto Fabulous (Clean)
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Jive
Original Release Date: 1/12/1999
Re-Release Date: 2/15/2000
Album Type: Clean
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop, R&B
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, Southern Rap, Pop Rap, Soul
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 012414166623

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As the No Limit tank rolls ever onward, the burden of excellence increasingly falls upon Mystikal to provide compelling reason to listen to the label's output. While the other soldiers have let complacency stagnate their skills, Mystikal (along with Mia X) pushes on. Ghetto Fabulous picks up where Unpredictable left off: Mystikal spends his time embarrassing his No Limit peers (even Snoop!) and regaling the listener with even more well-constructed street sagas--all delivered with that unharnessed flow that is his trademark. Most appropriately, he pairs up with New York sound-alike Busta Rhymes for "Whacha Want, Whacha Need," a sonic gumbo laced with Caribbean spice. --Jon Caramanica
 

CD Reviews

One of the finest No Limit CD's yet.
kraziewhitedawg | Tennessee | 09/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I used to listen to No Limit all the time, they were running the rap game. But after long No Limit started producing records that weren't worth a dollar and I started to get skeptikal of their production. But on the other hand I've been listening to Mystikal since before he signed with No Limit. Personally I think his 2 albums before he signed with NL were better,but the cd doesn't dissapoint anyway, especially for a NL cd. Anyways, pretty much every track on this cd is tight. Not too many fillers just to take up space. My personal favorites are "Round Out The Tank", "I'm On Fire", "Whatcha Want Whatcha Need", "Keep It Hype", "Respect My Mind", "Let's Do It", and "What's Your Alias?". The only songs that are just TERRIBLE are "Life Ain't Cool" and "Stack Yo Chips" ( P ya ain't got that fire no more homie, go home). The rest of the tracks are solid tho. The Thing I really like about this cd is that it doesn't get old quickly. I bought it in December of 98 and last week I listened to it some more and it still got me hype. This cd is definately worth your money, in my view. If you're a fan of Mystikal or NL, you'll love it, but if you don't like 'em I bet you'll still like this cd. Even people who don't like rap should still like Mystikal's raw bust-yo-head military sqradron style. Support the REAL colonel of the tank, and buy this cd."
Dis Da Bomb
Super Dave | Knoxville, TN | 04/21/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This Album is Great. I love His Stly of raping and his unique Flow.I chose this becouse it got my Attchen and I heard his other Albums And This My Favorite Album by Mystikal. What I like most was when he chose Artist to be on his Album He Didn't choose the Same NO lIMIT people But he Chose Busta Rhymes.An I Got to Say Buy This Album!!!"
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Super Dave | 05/03/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Mystikal is the tighest of all time. All of his CD's are tight and if you didn't know there are four of them. Mystikal rap is in the league of the best rapper of all time with Tupac. No one will ever beat his style. Because "People that don't even listen to rap still by my tapes". He also has the tighest song and tighest beat of all time on the Mind of the Mystikal album, the song is "Here I Go". This song and beat can get anyone off there feat. If you don't believe me buy it and find out. Cause "That's the Rapper" "Respect My Mind" and I'm "Unpredictable" "Beware" because "I'm" the one that can't be stopped."