Diggin The Crates Pt 2.: Put It On The Line

So Recently I Had My Man's And Em' Put Some Much Favored Ghostface On My Zune.

[I Don't Really Use It as Often As I Should Because My Heart Is With Apple And Ipod Is The Shit. Well..Except For The Fact That It's Got Madddd Errors On It]

Anyway, I Was Kinda Skeptical About This One.

Like, I [As Well As Many Wu-Heads Know] Expected Ghost To Do What He Usually Does On The Mic.

You Know, Give Us Some Of That Good Ol' Eclectic Storytelling And How Strangely Yet Elegantly It Goes Well Together With Some "Sometimes Slept On, Sometimes Needs Some More Work" Production.

[I Ain't Even Gon' Lie, Nobody I Know [That Raps] Can Make A Barry White Sample Sound So...Soulful]

And Then You Got Trife Da God. I'll Admit, Dude Ain't The Most Exciting And Most Enig-matic As Ghost.

But Dude Is Not Wack. At All. Dude Could Rumble With The Best Of Em' [Not So Much The Big Wigs. Maybe Them Medium Rare Niggas. I Don't Know. But You Gotta Give It Up To Em' Though]

So The Joint Starts Off Pretty Nice. No Prob With That.

The Title Track Is Hella Crazy. [Not To Be Too Excited. Lol]

Most Of The Album Is Pretty Good.

Not The Average Fillers Or Pop-ish Single.

Straight Gritty And Shitty [The Good Kind.]

Now, The One Joint That Had Me A Little Concerned Was The "Project Soap Opera" Joint

This Consist Of A Three Part Tragedy Divided Into Three Verses.

For Me, It Was Well Put Together But The Whole Kinda Felt...


Not That It Was Wack But It Kinda Put Me In A Whole 'Nother Mood.

All In All, My Favorite Joint Was "The Sun"

[Imma Let You Geh'head And Guess What That's About. Lol]

Overall, I Was Pleased By This Joint Extra Extra Heavy.

It Doesn't Go Without It's Hit Or Misses.

But It's A Lot Better Than A Lot of Shit That's Out Now.

[Soulja Boy Much?]

Anyways, Im Outty.



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