Hip Hop Album Reviews Pt.16

Just showing you guys some of my music collection and doing mini reviews.

Albums Reviewed:

1.Eminem- The Slim Shady LP (1999)
2.Eminem- The Marshall Mathers LP (2000)
3.Erick Sermon- Double Or Nothing (1995)
4.Various Artists- Insomnia: The Erick Sermon Compilation Album (1996)
5.Outkast- Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (1994)
6.Foxy Brown- Ill Na Na (1996)
7.Insane Clown Posse- The Great Milenko (1997)
8.M.O.P.- Firing Squad (1996)
9.M.O.P.- First Family 4 Life (1998)


sf2explus says:

i like the idea of BGM but it’s a little too loud and can’t really hear you properly don’t take any offence the review was v good.

Antwain Jenkins says:

When are you gonna do another hip hop rant my brother?

Oliver Hernandez says:

Hey man are you a fan of Mack 10 cause I never really seen album reviews from him

Carlskee says:

E. Sermon “double or nothing” – I’ve appreciated when you mentioned the nocturnal feel of “double or nothing”. It’s mad evident in “tell’em” and “do your thing” (which are ones of my fav’). I would add one note: BASSLINES ARE DOPE!!! Reminds me his productions on the ’95 or ’96 Keith Murray’s album… in “the rhymes”, that bassline blow me away each time I hear it! Word.

Elton G says:

You should check out Twiztid if you haven’t already. Both members are sick, and their catalog mostly consists of great albums. I’m surprised I wasn’t subbed to you sooner. Vids like these make me wanna go back to reviewing. Good stuff man.

G PM says:

ATLiens and Aquemini are tight but Southernplaya is my fav Outkast album. I just love that album. The track Git Up, Git Out is one of my fav tracks of all time. Listening to that song is like going through some short-term hibernation haha. Every time I listen to it the lyrics, which are so approachable and relatable, just strike me over that incredible beat. The track D.E.E.P. features possibly my fav Andre verse too. Just spilling some deserved and rightful love for this album. Incredible shit.

Elton G says:

Haha, no problem. If you haven’t checked out their album W.I.C.K.E.D. I’d highly recommend it. Conceptual album, I don’t know if I’d call it Horrorcore. It was done brilliantly. But yeah, I’m gonna review the new Chino XL album when it comes in the mail. If you haven’t listened to it, try and find it. It was a lyrical slaughter.

ShadowGothRyu says:

Hey man whats the name of the song playing from 00:00-3:11 sorry that I just commented on your old video lol

Suge Knight says:

Are you a Doom Fan?

Raymond Frand says:

my favorite albums on the this video is slim shady lp, marshall mathers lp, insomnia, ill na na, and outkast’s 1st from 94

Liridon Cenaj says:

Yo man, have ever made any review for Big L? Are u a fan of him?

Psycho-T says:

The Great Milenko was out of print 3 hours after its release!!!!!!!

Suge Knight says:

Do you own, the MF Doom album MM Food?

Dynamic Menace says:

Infinite was lyrically alright but wouldn’t you say TES was a better album? You can get the same things Em was doing in Infinite from any Nas or AZ record, I don’t see the big hype about it. I think that’s the reason less than 500 people bought the album when it came out. I mean, Cleaning Out My Closet had a sick beat and rhyme scheme, Till I Collapse was comparable to Lose Yourself in terms of rhyming, and Sing For The Moment just leaves you speechless. “In the land of the killers a sinner’s mind is a sanctum” The lyrics are so deep in that song, I would never have guessed it came from Eminem.

Anthologylife14 says:

To be honest my fave Eminem album is the marshal mathers LP and the slim shady LP is my second fave i hope Eminem goes back to those days!

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