gambler | caen, france | 08/16/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It's been two years that I waited celly cel album, having no news from him since he did not appeared on the latest sick wid it releases, so I wa quiet disspointed before listening this album but now I can tell U one thing : this album is dope too. All the songs have a bay area flava, celly cel keeps his orginal flow and there are less guets than in the g filez and that's better. few guests are Dub C, kurupt and young bleed and all did their jobs. THis album reminds me "killa kali" but with a more introspective and serious celly. That's the G filez best album."
CELLY CEL IZ BACK BETTER THAN EVER!
Philip Y. | Israel | 12/15/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"After more than 2 years Celly Cel is back with a new album. This time it's on his own label Realside Records. He left his former label "Sick Wid It" where he dropped his first 3 albums. You might think that not being on a major label would hurt Cel. However, his new album is his best ever! He comes out better than ever, you can feel the hunger and motivation he has for success. Celly Cel brings you the Bay Area flave all over the album and his lyrics about hustlin', gangbangin', women and the rap game will always hold your attention. His voice is one of the most unique in the rap game, and this combined with his sick flow and lyrics give you one of the top rappers these days. The album is a perfect one - a short album with 12 songs, but unlike many albums these days, all the tracks are flawless - no inferior and supperior songs on this album. You can see Celly Cel put A LOT of work on this album. The beats on the album are some of the best I've heard in a while. Kurupt, WC, Young Bleed and Grip all drop some nice appearences, yet still get outshined by Cel. Get this album which is one of the best ones this year and support the independent Bay Area Rap game."