I don’t see a lot of people here enjoying it, and, frankly, at this point, I’m really disappointed to see artists as talented as Jacka and Ampichino beating the same subject matter into the ground. I dunno, maybe it’s because they seem so hungry and and Jack and Amp sound a bit like they’re on autopilot, but they really steal the entire album. I just heard this a second time. Here’s my official review: The vast majority of the guest spots on the album are surprisingly dope; the only real misstep I can think of is the slightly off-beat verse by Mistah FAB on “Bonified Hustler”, which may be an engineering fault more than his own. Most of the time the guests sounded far hungrier
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I haven’t seen to buy anywhere besides Itunes and I’m not getting Itunes to cop the album.
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I added a far more in-depth review to the original post. All the features are dope and the beats are great. On the music side, the album delivers.
It really might not bother you at all Rob; you probably don’t hear this stuff half as much as I do, lol. While there is something in this criticism – and especially since the first one had more variety – the album’s cohesion gives it something the first one lacked: He needed to be spitting like that the whole year on every project.
I wish they released that the jacka devilz rejectz 2 copy. If you liked the soulful sound on C’s album then you’ll feel the production on this. Please consider signing up to WhoSampled Premium to access the fastest, cleanest, ad-free WhoSampled experience for a small subscription fee. However, he still has some gems on this one, and he never borders on anything approaching wackness. This is the album of the year, no question. And I mean, literally, every single song. I need to check this out.
Devilz Rejectz 2 Discussion Thread
I know you aint ask me but this imo is one of the top 3 releases of the bay this year, the Black C album being another. Rejecta Fiend Music ft. Refresh the page to see the result. He’s currently in an interesting position; worshipped as a rap demigod of sorts in the bay and criminally slept on east of the Mississippi.
I’ll ajcka an answer in a week or so. This is one of Jacka’s best albums lyrically by far. It would the jacka devilz rejectz 2 been easy for them to simply model their album off of the first one, which on some ways it does; its the same general album concept, focusing on the good, the bad and the ugly realities of the life of a pusher while loosely drawing from the Rob Zombie movie of the same name. The Jack has done his part to promote himself this year, and is continuing to; be on the look out for the Andre Nickatina collab project My Middle Name Is Crime the Freeway project and the two upcoming solos “Dunya” and “Murder Jaxka respectively.
I also almost finally copped Philthy Rich’s “Funk or Die” record. I just heard it. It appears that The Jacka revisited the more soulful production of his sophomore album The Jack Artist when Rob Lo was at the helm of the production, and its obvious that both he and Ampichino are at home on the beats. Don’t write this off as “just another bay area rap CD” though; I’m surprised that they don’t have more east coast fans.
Also, Telly Mac’s album finally dropped, so I’ve got an order in for this record finally. Despite that there’s more than 5 producers all contributing to the album, they all give the album a cohesive soul sound, although some might argue that its too cohesive and borders on monotony.
Bullet Proof Soul ft. I need to cop Da Krazies Anways, I was planning to put in an order for this and a bunch of other new hacka today new Lil Rue, new Telly Mac, etc. It’s arguably more well-rounded than the original The darkness and foreboding the album cover suggests is perfectly manifested in the production. Still, this album’s dope. I’mma wait to order this until I can cop it with a tthe other new records If you are running an ad blocker, please disable it on whosampled.
To summarize it, I feel that, if these guys are going to go on and really push their craft in the future, this album would make a fantastic close on this portion of their the jacka devilz rejectz 2.