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Doin It Big
Doin It Big
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
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All Artists: Eightball
Title: Doin It Big
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Real Talk Ent
Original Release Date: 1/1/2008
Re-Release Date: 4/1/2008
Genres: Pop, Rap & Hip-Hop
Styles: Gangsta & Hardcore, Pop Rap
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 856811001473

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Decent album from 8Ball & Edi Amin
G$ | B-More, MD | 04/29/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"8Ball teams up with Edi Amin (of the Outlawz) to bring you a decent 10 song album. Like Real Talk Ent. seems to be doing, they team up 2 rappers from big groups and put them together (Young Noble with Lil Flip and another with Layzie Bone and one with Dead Prez, MC Eiht with Spice 1 and another with Brotha Lynch Hung, etc...). Like all the albums they also put it, its short, at only 10 songs. Of the 10, 6 are good and 4 are ok. Only 1 guest, 8Ball's normal partner in rap, MJG. Production is decent with, like most of the albums Real Talk puts out, Big Hollis & Preach doing the majority (7 songs), Cosmo does 2 and Vince V does 1. A nice album for fans of the 2 to have.

#2 - 7.5
#3 - 8.5 (song about music)
#4 - 7
#5 - 8.5 (deeper song)
#6 - 8 (smoking song)
#7 - 6.5 (about down a$* women)
#8 - 8.5
#10 - 7.5
#12 - 8.5 (f/ MJG)
#13 - 9 (nice beat)

8BALL -- Premro Smith -- b. ~1972 -- Memphis, TN
EDI AMIN -- Malcolm Greenridge -- b. 7/7/76 -- b. New York, NY moved to NJ

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Very good album
Breezey1 | APO, AE | 06/03/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I was excited to see 8ball was going to drop another solo album BUT sometimes you should read the fine print. What do I mean you ask? Well the fact that Edi from The Outlawz is on the album with him and you dont really notice because of the way they have structered the album cover. The production is tight but Edi at times sounds just like 8ball which is irritating because they might have well made it a 8Ball solo album and even though Edi at times sounds like 8ball the difference is lyrical content. Im curious as to why Real Talk gave MJG a solo album and not 8Ball? All Im saying is team up the lightweights in the game with each other, but leave the heavyweights and legends in their own class. I think it wouldve been better if they did. I think the only person that can hang on a album with 8ball is MJG and if Real Talk wanted to team him up with anyone it shouldve been him (hence another 8Ball & MGJ album YES!!). Anyways the production is tight other than what I mentioned above and the album is a solid buy and worth the money."