Originally Posted by Ether
I really don't like the new direction Juelz is going, it seems like he wants to start a new start, but this isn't the way to go. Trap beats, typical mainstream features (outside of Jimmy and some guy named Bounce), some of the verses/hooks on here don't sound mastered (Banks verse on Turn it Up, the hook on Nothing to Me). And Lil Wayne is a complete fucking disappointment, when I saw his name on the features I figured "oh, we're getting a I Can't Feel My Face leftover or Wayne will rap like he did back in those days? Cool". Instead we got this lame autotuned garbage, I was pissed when I heard that. Keep that garbage on your own tapes or a Nicki song.
Best track on here by far is Everything is Good. That track was begging for a Cam feature, I actually said "KILLA!" during Juelz's hook after Wiz's verse, but he didn't show up. Wiz also had I think the only Dipset mention on this tape, so props to him for that. 2nd best is Shoot Em Up, reminded me a bit of Dipset Juelz. Best feature is Fab, he ripped his verse on Soft. Overall, I'm not going to check for Juelz until he drops an album unless it says (Feat. Cam'ron) or (Prod. By The Heatmakerz). Seriously, Juelz needs the Heatmakerz, fuck ARABMUZIK.
Copied from the Last Album You Listened To Thread. I have Everything Is Good on replay right now, but after a few hours I expect this tape to be sent to the recycle bin. Top 3 verses on this tape probably weren't even from Santana.
I'm not disappointed in this, because as soon as I saw no features from Dipset (I don't think he even announced Jones was on it lol), I knew it was going to be terrible. It's actually not as bad as I thought it would be. If his album disappoints, I'm done. He better dig out The Heatmakerz from wherever they're hiding.