Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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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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
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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!!!"
Good cd -i like mystikals voice
j.d. | Pella, IA USA | 06/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"good beats + good raps and mystikal has a cool voice.
top 5 in order
1.let's go do it f/snoop dogg and silkk the shocker
2.stack yo chips f/master p and c-murder
3.ghetto fabolous f/charlie wilson
4.whatcha want,whatcha need f/busta rhymes
5.life ain't cool f/master p and silkk the shocker
go get this cd!"
Something worth riding to
Evil Specialist | Virginia, USA | 11/29/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Mystikal delivers fantastic songs with this one. You have just got to love his vocals and lyrics he brings to the table. The album starts off well with it's intro and from there on out you stay hooked on it.
The only problem I had with it was, it can give you a headache. But be sure when your mad, just pop this in a walkmen and be on your way. :)"