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Agent Don Chichi, your mission, should you accept it, is to critically review the most anticipated album of 2010, MI2: The Movie. Chances are you career might self-destruct if you diss Mr. Incredible. So long sucker! (insert sinister/wicked/evil laugh here)

I accept this suicidal critique of a superior wordsmith for the pen is mightier than the sword (but bros, na keyboard you dey use). Oh be quiet (yes sir).

The ‘Naija’ rapper or ‘Afro’ hip hopper is a creation of fiction in my opinion, however, I am the minority in this Bellacracy, so I will say this now and repeat it later if it still rings through: MI is the best rapper this side of the Atlantic. He is a lyrical pimp who puts words to work for him. Whenever he raps, he might as well have his pimp hand readdy and yell over different beats, ‘B!+c#, where’s my money?’ The first time I heard “Crowd Mentality,” I knew this was one to watch for and he has not disappointed. That short black boy from the town called J spat more fire than Zebrudaya all over his debut album and to this day, we still Talk About It.

When I heard MI2 was on the streets, I went in search of traffic and every street hawker was peddling the goods. ‘Ah, an upgrade of the last cover,’ I think to myself, ‘Nice touch… hang on! What’s this? The Movie??? Is this a VCD, DVD or Audio CD? What’s going on here?’ Slot into the car deck… it’s reading… it’s playing… it’s an Audio CD. So what’s this movie business? Well, we’ll soon find out, won’t we?’

Since we’re in movie mode, this deserves the Clint Eastwood treatment; so ladies and gentlemen, I present to you the good, the bad and the ugly of MI2: The Movie.

The Good MI is a bad rapper, and that’s bad meaning good. His wit is sharp and his wordplay is needles – on point! Where most artists look to make hit records, M appears to pursue good music instead and let the work speak for itself. It’s speaking loud and clear, and bangin’ si mi leti! MI is a modern day preacher and I am a believer.

While “Number One” featuring Flavor successfully blends Hip-Hop and Highlife, “My Head My Belle” creatively chronicles the day-to-day existence of the typical Nigerian as MI croons, ‘Naija people, just surviving/okada riding, police bribing/fasting, preaching, pay your tithing/school fees paying, food providing/impure water, no electric/so much traffic, see the life is hectic…’ We know the story too well but his spin on it would make MJ proud.

The Waje duet “One Naira,” is definitely worth a billion more. The Hip-Hop love song is always a dicey prospect but this dynamic duo pulls it off, convincingly so. It is my current favorite. Whether vulnerable (“Wild Wild West”) or rebellious (“Craze”), MI plays ‘Master Illustrator’ as he paints vivid pictures of a troubled nation. While “Imperfect Me” is a clever work of introspection showing that Mr. Incredible is only human, a three headed beast is unleashed on requisite posse cut, “Represent.” Jesse Jagz is ill (‘we fly so high, we only seen by God’), Ice Prince is slick (‘me beat me chest like me ping pong/me go back and forth like me King Kong/psyche!’) and MI is sick, spitting, ‘When I met Jesse Jagz, he had just been born/I was like wa wa wa wa son/let me give ya’ll the translation/we go’n take over the whole nation.’ Wahala de. Chef MI takes it further with “Beef,” addressing those throwing stones at his Chocolate throne: ‘they know that using my name will help them sell some/so Iceberg, it’s alright, you’re welcome/…see woh woh pikin dey form handsome/ Kelechukwu, clap for yourself, well done…/why you mad at my flow, you be tampon?’ I can’t shout.

The Bad The intro has its funny moments but is about two minutes too long. The MI, Timaya and Loose Kaynon collabo, “Anybody” is as convincing as the new look Miami Heat; three individual talents that are out of sync as a single unit. MI is his usual lyrical self, Timaya, typically, goes off on his own tangent but Kaynon appears the most uncomfortable, seemingly trying to keep up with MI lyrically and doing an unimpressive job of it. While MI2 sounds like a no-brainer for an album title, it is the kind of lazy titling you’d expect from Nollywood – a la Juliet Must Live or Beyonce vs Rihanna – but not for someone as creative as he is. Yes, he is MI and this is his 2nd album; so, is MI3 next? The short black boy straight jacked the short white boy on this one. Not good enough dawg. When you’re constantly reminded on every other song that someone is the best, it can get a little redundant but that’s what rappers do; blow their own war trumpet till rivals’ ears bleed. Unfortunately, sometimes, listeners’ ears do too.

The Ugly Where is the movie? Apparently, in cyberspace. The online version is said to have several skits which our local street CD is missing. Why na? This is why my initial reaction was ‘419’ as this advertised movie was just track after track with no linking theme or story to follow. Either way, it is still a huge blow or ojoro strategy to push online sales. Yeah, I said it! Extra treats for online buyers are commonplace but to ignore, or even accidentally marginalize, possibly, the largest percentage of consumers is unfair and unacceptable. It’s even bad for MI as the movie experience he no doubt worked tirelessly to create is completely lost on thousands, possibly millions. And why is there a girl sleeping in the cinema? Has she been bored to death? Did she not enjoy The Movie? With MI’s potential for growth on a global scale, his Mr. Incredible moniker is already cutting it close, so why add an MI2: The Movie to that? Google MI2 and MI’s album doesn’t even appear until the bottom of the second page. Google MI2: The Movie and it’s the fifth item after four Mission: Impossible 2 references (at the time this was written, anyway). Anyone who’s watched Tropic Thunder knows how gangsta Tom Cruise can be! On a serious note though, there could be legal implications but MI’s boss is a lawyer, so he must have it all figured out.

The Bottom-Line MI JOStifies his Plataeu lineage because he is on top. Lyrically, he has further separated himself from the pack as a prize verbal pugilist. His economy of words is unmatched, masterfully using few words to say a whole lot. Although there is no song that jumps at you like “Anoti” from his previous album, MI2‘s production is solid for a more balanced offering than its predecessor, showing maturity as an artist. MI has not disappointed with the content of this album but loses points for the missing movie. Otherwise, plug in that HDMI cable and enjoy the view.

MI2 is available for purchase via NotJustOk.com or via your friendly neighborhood music vendor

61 Comments

  1. tee

    November 29, 2010 at 12:53 pm

    this album is 10 ova 10 ! thats it…

    • bubble

      December 9, 2010 at 8:49 pm

      chikena

  2. ochella

    November 29, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    Yeah i heard bits of it this weekend and i am definately going to grab my copy now!

  3. Peperempe

    November 29, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    10/10 as tee said!

    “Number 1” has been on replay since last week. That song has too much rhythm for it’s own good!

  4. Neks2u

    November 29, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    Nice writeup!!! Very apt description! I personally loved Track 13, ft Praise!

    • MusiqSoul-Ja

      November 30, 2010 at 7:10 am

      Praise sounds like John Legend…… Smooth voice…. great track….

  5. Crazy Nigerian

    November 29, 2010 at 2:35 pm

    maybe its me but It didnt live up to what i expected

  6. mike

    November 29, 2010 at 2:49 pm

    Good review,i purchased mine on notjustok.com and i can personally say its still the best album of 2010 by miles.My best track is unstoppable,very laid back

  7. Brittle Paper

    November 29, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    The album is awful. Go to NJO and read what people are saying.

    • Hangout

      November 29, 2010 at 5:09 pm

      You don’t need to buy it, if you are following what people are saying.. On notjustok there are haters plus some haters have come back with a second thought on the album saying it’s the bomb after saying it’s wack.. Now they are swallowing their words.. Don’t let no one deceive you.. The album is 10/10 as some guys said here..

    • Dee

      December 1, 2010 at 1:34 pm

      Hangout, well said! Brittle paper, come on, ‘what people are saying’?? How about having your own point of view? Presumably, you’re old enough to have one….

  8. yemisi

    November 29, 2010 at 3:54 pm

    very good album i also agree with the review how many times do we want to hear i m the best on an album

  9. Gbagaun!

    November 29, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    I love the album soo much. My favorite is Wild Wild West, made me wanna cry.
    I think the review is very apt too, there were some times I was hoping for soongs that were not just about how great MI is.
    The skits were kinda funny, but maybe over stretched

  10. jess

    November 29, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    Oh wow, so people that bought hard copies didn’t get the skits? No fair. I like the album though. I am in love with Praise’s voice on Epic. Beautiful. Oh and you gotta love “Beef” and all the shots fired. Lol.

    • ko-eazy!

      November 30, 2010 at 2:20 am

      In reply to that tho, i got in online and the skit is rather annoying and pointless, he has some nice songs no doubt buh the album could really do without those unnecessary skits! So, i think you should be glad you dont have to listen to all that gibberish on the skit!

  11. Demoray

    November 29, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    whats all dis talk about ppl gettin tired of rappers proppin themselves up??? tht sound to me a cheap attempt @ runnin down d album, rap is all about blowin ur own trumps …even till this day JayZ still have to remind us he’s d best. The Album is awesome leave d movie aside…r u guys jokers or wht? is he an actor or wht bcos its titled movie didnt mean u r gonna c it on Africamagic nytime soon (its all pub stunt). MI is d best of thm all. Lyricist Pugilist par excellence. I doff my heart 4 d short black man!!! Movie well delivered.

    • Peperempe

      November 29, 2010 at 8:46 pm

      Demoray I don’t think Gbagaun and yemisi are trying to bring the album down, after all they’ve just said they liked the album. I think what people are trying to say is that we should take the good from the West and adapt it to our audience.

      M.I got his rapping style by listening to western rappers, but I don’t think we’re wrong in asking him to apply his skills to varied and topical issues rather than solely self-promotion.

      The self-promotion thing is fun and necessary, but like everything else from exercise to drinking, it can be overdone.

    • Demoray

      November 30, 2010 at 5:08 pm

      “M.I got his rapping style by listening to western rappers, but I don’t think we’re wrong in asking him to apply his skills to varied and topical issues rather than solely self-promotion.” Did u listen 2 d Album at all???? How much more varied and tropical issues do u want?? when some were even criticizing him 4 gettin too commercial. He spoke about virtually everything as far as 9JA is concerned on tht album (its quiet blatant u’v not listened to d whole album n I also can tell u dont listen 2 rap tht much so ur err at judgement). ***Ms Jayee n Flow… Hhaha guys thts so very cheap guess u guys had a nice laff nyways. Come on it was only a typo Hat** (n Heart doesnt sound that bad either mayb have invented something after all…..lol)

    • Ready

      November 30, 2010 at 7:18 am

      I understand that how we write is our perogative, but it hurts my eyes when I have to read when comments are written like that. Where “see” becomes “c” and “what” becomes “wht”. What, pray tell is the purpose of removing one letter in a word? I thought we’d all be past the “2 good 2 be 4gotten” phase.
      Rant aside, although the album critic mentioned propping themselves up as something listeners could get tired of, he does mention that it’s a part of hiphop and it doesn’t detract from the album. I wonder why you latched on to that…

    • Ms. Jayee

      November 30, 2010 at 1:12 pm

      LMAO! Please oh! don’t “doff your heart” abeg!

    • Flow

      November 30, 2010 at 2:08 pm

      I was worried too when the man wanted to doff his heart…. strong thing!

    • biodun

      December 1, 2010 at 2:24 am

      Rap isn’t all about “blowing our own trumps”. Yes that antagonistic element has always existed, but the genre has evolved. The Hip Hop genre has become a mainstream style, with a mainstream audience, and that audience is looking for more than masturbation on a record. and yes Jay Z keeps reminding us he’s the best, except he doesn’t do it on 6 tracks on every album.

  12. Doll

    November 29, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    have to grab my own copy…NOWWWWWWWWWWW

  13. eMJOY Mayowa

    November 29, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    first of all I agreeably didnt like the so much hype MI gave himself on the album, I think the first 9 tracks… Otherwise, I disagree that the MI2 album did not have a movie setting to it. I guess the problem, where u did not discern that, was that the skits of the movie were added to the ends or the beginnings of the music tracks. Maybe they were trynna mise or economise track numbers, Iono *shrug*. It probably was not the best move tho. the album actually had a movie theme to it, I noticed.
    JOY

  14. dahmola

    November 29, 2010 at 9:33 pm

    i give dis album 8/10…imperfect me is still my favourite trck..d album production is solid..a lot of feel good songs..but it still dint match d epicness of his first album…frm Blaise,to Money or forever…Mi is d truth..

  15. B

    November 29, 2010 at 10:16 pm

    Guys, im not a hip hop fan but this album gets an 8 at least….Mi number 1 ooiiiiooo! i love d track with flavor and enjoyed it @ the salon also!!

  16. moi

    November 30, 2010 at 1:07 am

    NO 1 is MaHdddddddddddddddddddddddd. Kilode…
    I lurv, I want one
    Africa Rapper number one
    M.I ur microphone audition
    Everybody……………….
    MI u dey womadu(sowi if I misspell it) oh

    • Peperempe

      November 30, 2010 at 9:44 am

      Hahaha…here’s my own slightly better version + a decidedly dodgy translation ( almost right though)
      M.I microphone magician oh…
      Everybody Puta nu Ka n deru ya ( everybody come out let’s praise him)
      M.I. ne gbu mmadu eeeh ( M.I. dey kill person eeeh)

  17. Neighbor

    November 30, 2010 at 1:45 am

    150 is too much for a CD na

    • Peperempe

      November 30, 2010 at 9:49 am

      Ah ah.. you kuku want it to be trade- by-barter ni! Your hair ruffle for his C.D ? 🙂

    • francis

      December 1, 2010 at 11:23 pm

      lollollol

    • bcgeorge

      November 30, 2010 at 4:39 pm

      cheap skate…lolz

    • jostling

      December 1, 2010 at 9:02 am

      First of all ask yourself : How much is an empty CD?

      Then ask again : How much is the music worth? The artists time, energy, creativity put into it?

      Mechonu there jo If you no know wetin to talk!

    • Neighbor

      December 2, 2010 at 2:12 pm

      Well I wee rada listen to an empty CD 70 nera

  18. Nene

    November 30, 2010 at 4:35 am

    Action film is my favorite, Brymo spat fire and his voice made me melt. I didn’t like the album at first but it has definitely grown on me now, so I guess people just need to give it some time.

  19. john

    November 30, 2010 at 5:40 am

    good review; i agree with some of it. not that it matters. but to say he’s the best rapper this side of the atlantic is pushing it. like really pushing it. unless europe doesn’t touch the atlantic. if you’d said africa, i might have not challenged you. at least you didn’t say he was the best in the world lol.
    i think it’s safe to say a few of us are tired of the narcissistic lyrics. “Safe” was the ideal time to stop. Even Banky W covered the song. We know MI is great. But for some reason, we will keep saying his first album was really good, till he comes up with something better. To just say you’re the best just doesn’t cut it, especially when, in terms of production, this album is just sucky. His head was in the right place, but it just didn’t work out. And the whole movie thing just didn’t work. Still love his voice though. Can put you to sleep and make you run for cover at the same time. Stop having your buddies do your mixes in your house, and maybe things will sound better. Better luck next time Mr. Imperious

    • Demoray

      November 30, 2010 at 5:25 pm

      Then can u tell us who is better on ur side of d Atlantic…Dizzee Rascal or who ????? Just a honest Q: do they rap in Europe at all??? FYI those his very same buddies did his fresh man Album tht u like so much, pls say something else Mr Johny from Europe.

    • john

      December 1, 2010 at 2:07 am

      actually, i’m mr johnny from nigeria. and yes, there are rappers in the UK who i think are better than MI, and that’s why i said that the whole “this side of the atlantic” quip doesn’t hold. And in commercial terms, they have far more clout than MI. A good artist is a good artist regardless of where he might be from. Dizzee may be a joke to you, but he had a top ten single in the US, and that says something, since the US market is the litmus test for popular music. I know what you’re gonna say: MI is an African artist, so the Western markets are already set up against him. But so are Asa, and Nneka, and Keita, and they’re doing well. MI is a diasporan name at best, and that says a lot about how far reaching his music is, which is, like i said, the diaspora. If they don’t rap, then what exactly would you call what they do? And the only reason why i say that he should look at making his music in a better place than his living room is because of the commercial sound he seems to be pursuing. “Talk About It” was in my opinion an underground album which went viral. And that’s why it did well. Everyone was so taken aback by the lyrical quality, that the production quality took a back seat. When you start calling yourself the best, your whole operation needs to raise it’s standard. Simple as that. If you want to conquer the world, then your game must be as good as it is, if it isn’t better. And right now, it just doesn’t cut it. The ideas are there, but the execution has not matched the dream, it seems. Unless this was the dream. But I’d peg MI as someone who wants to achieve much larger goals, so for him to sound so complacent at this stage is disappointing. Just my opinion

  20. aisha

    November 30, 2010 at 9:39 am

    on point don chichi, thumbs up bruv

  21. Oma

    November 30, 2010 at 10:24 am

    *in igbo accent* My people,forget all you are saying. My friend MI has done it. Chai!! i have not gone past the 1st track. Replay extraordinaire. When i finish with this cd ehn,it will avoid me in its next life. Love it!!
    http://lifethroughomaseyes.blogspot.com
    Love it. Absolute

  22. brendz

    November 30, 2010 at 10:49 am

    @ all the “whiners” M.I has the track “imperfect me” in the album to let y’all know that he isnt perfect o!!!!! pple give the guy a break……whose album has up to 6 decent songs at a stretch that is worth hearing/dancing/bopping ur head in recent times( i can only think of tu-face’s last album before this one)…….i absolutely love “number 1”

    • mimi

      November 30, 2010 at 12:00 pm

      BANKY’s “W Experince” has decent tracks from start to finish! And its also his best album yet!

    • Demoray

      November 30, 2010 at 5:32 pm

      N Banky is suppose 2 b a rapper? yeah rite…get a life guys? even western album can hardly afford u such entertainment…Aside JayZ n few other rappers how man of them can u listen 2 their whole album from a-z??? Stop d critique guys give him a break he’s done it n he tried “Stand OV 4 d man”

    • jostling

      December 1, 2010 at 9:09 am

      I quote..”whose album has up to 6 decent songs at a stretch that is worth hearing/dancing/bopping ur head in recent times…..” Ermm….Wande Coal? Asa? P square? Banky?
      no doubt MI is good but let’s not put other people down while hailing him eh?

  23. mimi

    November 30, 2010 at 11:58 am

    “MI JOStifies his Plataeu lineage”? hmmm, no comment
    however its an “OK album”… there was certainly too much hype. “talk about it” does it for me tho, i mean ur recent work should be of same quality or even better than the past right? and before you’all crucify me, i bought my copy of the CD.. ONLINE! so i guess my humble opinion should matter a an unsatisfied fan. peace

  24. bcgeorge

    November 30, 2010 at 1:08 pm

    very good review, very good album, very good comments. Press play biko!!!

  25. jay arr

    December 1, 2010 at 5:29 am

    Every rapper on d planets brags abt being d best in d industry..even timaya! So putin in a review does make for good writin..MI is fantastic..no oda rapper in naija comes close to his talent…a round of applause for the short black boi!

  26. chichi

    December 1, 2010 at 3:11 pm

    Please who can explain what MI was doing in that my belle, my head song? rapping or trying to sing. The album is not a good one at all at all. Very lame rhymes from MI abound in this album. You don’t have to agree with me, but it is my opinion. You can bleach your hair dey form sisquo..(Another lame one from MI)

  27. IyawoBankyWNumer0Uno

    December 1, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    buying online i would have liked to given the option of the street version or this skit one, cos in all honesty, I dont want to have to sit through these not so funny skits on pretty much every darn track

    *shakes waist to Number one*

  28. Gchild

    December 1, 2010 at 6:15 pm

    MI2 is a classic. MI himself is a mastercraftman, lyrically on point.he’s so dope, i really wanna smoke him,making commercial rap so great for Heads 2 nod to, also,and let this be known! chocCity boiz ROCK, whenever they do a track 2geda, noone does it beta. n i mean NOONE.

  29. mogbii

    December 1, 2010 at 6:58 pm

    beautiful piece!!! fantastic!!

    • s.lko-abasi

      December 2, 2010 at 12:00 am

      it depends on wat u mean by beautiful piece!!! Fantastic!!!

  30. Nimz

    December 2, 2010 at 10:09 am

    I love Donchichi!

  31. Tee

    December 3, 2010 at 1:34 am

    Generally very solid production, quality sound engineering and mastering…….whoever manned the boards did an excellent jobs. With good speakers/headphones; you can pick out most instruments/synths. Tracks are also complementary to his vocals. MI has very good delivery and solid mic presence.

    All the guest rappers are wack. I understand looking out for your boys, however those kids are wack and even more so when compared to you. Next time, please put them all on a mixtape and throw them a bone (verse), just not on your album.

    The patois song was a-okay. That was a risk, got the general language structure, but bungled the lexicon and phonology. Also too much code switching between English and “patois”. Big up for the risk though.

    The movie theme is horrendous, why in the world is there a Rent-a-Italian who sounds like a Jewish guy that lives in Bay Bridge (BK); fakes a Jersey accent but is really from Connecticut. That was lame. The skits (save the Igbo guy) are very dumb. Cutting those out, the songs featuring your home boys + the Timaya track and a couple of fillers will have given a solid 12-track effort no BS.

    Lyrically, no one is touching M.I right now, all you other rappers especially you Yankee repatriates (aka can’t cut it in NY, let me go to Gidi as see if my BS will fly); get your pen and paper and take notes. MI’s vocab is on point, lyrics and flow superb. Excellent delivery, good command of language and commanding mic presence. Again you wannabe rappers (if you rap in English), take some lessons, go to school, study a dictionary or kill yourself. Tired of hearing your wackness on the radio. Dude said ‘am loving all the drama, I’m a thespian’ – None of you touching M.I. right now.

    The most impressive aspect of the album is how Nigeria centered it is. Rarely is there a Yankee reference on this album (I do love the line: train these dudes n*cca – grand station). When dude says ‘It’s dark inside my cupboard (notice how he did not say closet) or they can’t keep up, they need glucose; I can relate. Again all you wannabe repat rappers take note, talking about your foreign lives will not get you fans. We don’t care. We are onto your bs, notice how Debanj, TuFace, PSquare(I know they are not rappers) gross the most. It is because we can relate. So keep up your nonsense, your aje-butter fans will come out to Swe and Tribeca but you cannot rock national stadium or get lucrative corporate endorsement. Putting you on how to really eat in this game kids.

    Big kudos for addressing the painful religious violence in Jos in Wild Wild West, and other social ills on My belle/head.

    Features: Tuface and girl on One Naira, solid on their chorus. Praise(the John Legend sounding dude) was good too. Hope he really just sounds like Legend and not trying to cop Mr Stephen’s style but regardless; he will do well singing hooks
    Flavor was the best, dude absolutely murdered his track and MI flow was tight.

    Killer Tracks – Epic, Number One
    Best Tracks – Wild Wild West, Undisputed, Imperfect Me
    Good Tracks – Action Films, Slow Down, Nobody, Beef, My Belle, One Naira, Unstoppable
    Gabbage – Anybody, Craze, Represent (MI verse was dope though), Somebody want to die

    • emma

      December 5, 2010 at 2:07 am

      the only thing i don’t agree with is how you rated the production. i thought it was sub standard. you make a great point about artists bringing music that their largest potential audience can relate to. please say that to them ghanaians who try to pull that thing too, thinking akon’s gonna sign them. this blog should hire you to write for them.

  32. gas213

    December 3, 2010 at 9:37 am

    @tee……now that was an album review.

  33. gift

    December 6, 2010 at 4:22 pm

    @tee wow……………
    killer tracks epic, number one.one naira
    best tracks undisputed,imperfect me,
    good tracks nobody,anybody,beef,slow down,action film

  34. Lau Lau Spendin'

    December 7, 2010 at 2:23 am

    I posted this on NotJustOK earlier. Didn’t feel like re-typing my impression, so here goes:

    “I read a number of comments before I listened to the album, and those comments made me somewhat apprehensive. After listening for myself, I must say, this is an incredibly sick album. There’s definitely no “sophomore slump” – arguably better than his first. And that’s saying A LOT!

    There are just too many good tracks on here – my favorites are (in no particular order) Undisputed; Slow Down; Number One; Nobody; Beef; Wild Wild West; Represent; Unstoppable; My Head My Belle. See? That’s already 9 songs. Which is extremely rare for ANY album – ANY GENRE! ANYWHERE!!

    The only issues I had with the album were some of the skits – and one or 2 “already popular” lines that weren’t necessary. But nonetheless, a great album. Solid week+-long non-stop rotation

    I’ll suggest that other readers should listen for themselves and not be swayed by some negative comments on here. You be the judge for yourself.

    Great job, M.I and the Chocolate City Crew. I wish you guys continued success. ”

    Yes, some of those skits were too long and overdone, but I’m guessing that it’ll appeal to some people.

    • piedpiper

      December 7, 2010 at 4:01 pm

      ”Yes, some of those skits were too long and overdone, but I’m guessing that it’ll appeal to some people”……..dats to say, one man’s poison is anoda man’s meat…osheee!!

  35. John Tapiya Joseph

    December 8, 2010 at 1:04 pm

    The Don you did a great review here I agree with you on most of the points raised but Nobody is another song I really feel he got on point as well, its a good song.

  36. KK

    December 9, 2010 at 9:32 am

    well compared to the first shitty review of this album i totally agree with this one, but its still a great album none the less and a great album cover too

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