This lp and his fourth lp were his worst efforts. The song has a good moral and all, but the instrumental sounds like it was made to intentionally hit the pop charts. I Need Some Blow, 14. I Need Some Blow — Chubb summons his alter ego Nasal to the mic for this one. Minimal wear on the exterior of item.
The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. The cover art and liner notes are included. Some may find it a bit corny, but being a father and all, I thought it was pretty nice. He even briefly talks about the break up with his cousin and former producer Howie Tee. By the mid way point of the album, a lot of the songs begin to run together like sentences written by a 3rd grader. For anyone who questioned if Chubb could bring it hard, he confirms that he can on this one.
Released September 1, 1992 Recorded 1991-1992 Length 43: 36 , chronology 1991 I Gotta Get Mine Yo 1992 The Mind 1997 Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating I Gotta Get Mine Yo is Chubb Rock's fourth full-length album released in 1992. You have to listen to his first album although a few songs might sound dated. Some-O-Next Shit — Chubb kicks off by going for the neck of any emcee within earshot, as he rips the shit out of this raw instrumental. Don't Drink the Milk, 5. The album is entirely produced by Chubb Rock himself and future stars. This time around our host invites Red Hot Lover Tone again and Grand Puba to each spit a verse a long side his.
Yabadabadoo — This was the second single released from. The instrumental and the singing on the hook are for the birds. Three Men at Chung King, 13. I Don't Want to Be Lonely, 17. But after The One, Chubb and Howie decided to go their separate ways. So Much Things to Say, 11. This amount is subject to change until you make payment.
Quality rhymes from our host, but like the previous song, the instrumental fails him. Great way to start the album. A Message To The B. Which Way Is Up, 8. A Message to the B. His rapping on this album was great, but like you said the production was sub-par. .
Lost In The Storm — This was the first single released from. Unfortunately at 21 songs, is way too long, and a large portion of the tracks suffer from mediocre to garbage production. I Gotta Get Mine Yo, 18. Shave this down to the strongest 10 or 11 songs and suddenly turns into a much better product. Which Way Is Up — Chubb evaluates the ups, downs, trials, and tribulations of his journey in this rap game. This amount is subject to change until you make payment.
The video game instructions and box are included. Not as strong a song as the first two, but still decent. And the winner is … Has to be one of the most slept on lps in hip hop history. The instrumental is lackluster but Puba still manages to spit a dope verse and walk away with this one. Enter The Dragon — This one should have been left on the cutting room floor. Next… 3 Men At Chung King — And yet another cypher joint. Chubb Rock was a pre-med student at Brown University when he received the hip-hop bug and decided to drop out and pursue his music dreams, years before Kanye would coin the action as the title for his classic debut album.
The instrumental was cool but no one, including the host, impresses on this one. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. So Much Things To Say — Over a raw and simple instrumental, Chubb spits one long verse, throwing verbal darts at anyone in his path; he even takes a shot at his label. Lost in the Storm, 7. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The Hatred — Now this instrumental sounds more like what you would expect from the Trackmasters.
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