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Wale: Attention Deficit

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1. Triumph
Producers: Dave Sitek (of TV On The Radio)
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2. Mama Told Me
Producers: Best Kept Secret
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3. Mirrors
featuring Bun B
Producers: Mark Ronson
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4. Pretty Girls
featuring Gucci Mane; Weensey (of Backyard Band)
Producers: Best Kept Secret
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5. World Tour
featuring Jazmine Sullivan
Producers: Cool & Dre
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6. Let It Lose
featuring Pharrell
Producers: The Neptunes
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7. 90210
Producers: Mark Ronson; Deijon
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8. Shades
featuring Chrisette Michele
Producers: Best Kept Secret
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9. Chillin
featuring Lady GaGa
Producers: Cool & Dre
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10. TV In The Radio
featuring K'naan
Producers: Dave Sitek (of TV On The Radio)
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11. Contemplate
featuring Rihanna
Producers: Syience
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12. Diary
featuring Marsha Ambrosius
Producers: The Sleepwalkers
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13. Beautiful Bliss
featuring Melanie Fiona; J. Cole
Producers: DJ Green Lantern; Mark Ronson
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14. Prescription
Producers: Best Kept Secret
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Total Comments: 66
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 3/8/2010 6:20:00 PM; Partial IP: .243.173.6)
Location: Selected the Wrong Track 1st
Comment: Shit sucks... Mark Ronson may have something though. Shit sucks.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 2/2/2010 9:45:00 PM; Partial IP: 12.121.180)
Location: central valley, Cali
Comment: Solid production by most of the producers. Best Kept Secret probably being my favorite. I won't buy anything with lady gaga, 50 cent or any clowns like that with no soul. Sales might be higher, but respect isn't.
2 Stars
Name: (Posted: 1/11/2010 1:40:00 PM; Partial IP: .181.92.82)
Location: Bean
Comment: This is a stinky piece of shit buddy!!!! Ok, it's alrite. That was a little harsh. It was ok, it had its' moments, but he is just not that lyrical. I know he's a lil commercial, but I expected more... He sounds too much like kid cudi on some tracks, but the iceing on the cake was gucci maine, rhianna, and lady gaga killed this album for me. And I'm pissed cause I bought it with me own hard earned dough. I hope his show is live-er that this piece of doo-doo.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/11/2009 4:23:00 PM; Partial IP: .79.219.24)
Location: Rockville, MD
Comment: Haha clear bias on my locale - can't hate on anyone this clever from my back yard. Without getting into all the endorsement I have for any local hip hop - and that means anywhere....go ahead Alaska - I think this is a strong album and a delicate balance between underground and mainstream. Too many underground heads equate mainstream with "bad music". I don't listen to Gucci Mane and I'm not going to start hahaha but I can't hate on someone who honestly does have the talent and ambition to make it big and work with big names. Let this shit play, every backpacker wants some mixtape beats - but this is a solid effort and some real focused lyricism.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/8/2009 4:49:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.104.127)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Had a change of heart BURGOON? It's all good, man. I'm just glad you gave it an open ear. I did check that Souls of Mischief, which is pretty decent. I left a review on that page about a week ago, remember? Cuz you responded to it... Since you apologized, I'll apologize for my comment up there.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/8/2009 1:44:00 PM; Partial IP: 38.206.144)
Location: Phila
Comment: Sorry J,for real I got mad and said childish things.call it Truths.Did you check out the Souls of Mischief yet,that is pretty ill,again sorry J-Aura,that Muslim line was hot tho. Forreal tho,my bad for talking like an idiot,I am becoming more open to different forms oh hip hop,
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/7/2009 1:07:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.104.127)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: **pause button** Say what BURGOON? Oh I'm sorry, I couldn't hear you. I was over here just blastin some new UNDERGROUND Hip-Hop... This song's called "TV in the Radio"... **play button** "If the auto-tune's gone, I bet they'll auto tune in / So I'ma do it bigger than / an Audemars wrist watch, Hip-Hop’s slackin / Why they gettin Grammy’s when these n*ggas is actin? / They phony, should get Tony’s for the things that they be yappin / It's utterly baloney, so I'm Muslim to these rappers..." **pause button** Hold up, hold up. I don't wanna seem like I'm just posting up random lyrics. So let me break it down for the slower ones in the room, it might've went over someone's head. You see, the Grammy's are awards for music recording artists and Tony's are awards for theatre actors. He said that frontin rappers should win Tony's instead of Grammy's, because of their acting, get it? Also, he mentioned bologna, pronounced "baloney". Bologna is a type of pork meat, which Muslims don't eat. Wale considered himself Muslim to the "baloney" frontin rappers, which he does not like. Very clever Wale, let's continue... **play button** "Fuck yappin, they lucky we don't clap ‘em / And have them people leakin like their CD isn't mastered / CD is in plastic, these n*ggas is has-beens / We ain't makin friends while these n*ggas is Aniston’s / Dig, these n*ggas is fake, yo / Hip-Hop need to wake up, we the fuckin clock radios..." **pause button** Damn Wale, you might've went over some heads again. Let me break it down. You see, Wale takes a more aggressive approach. He said that he'll leave fake rappers "leakin", which is another term for bleeding after being shot with a gun. Wale then compares it to a CD not being mastered. That refers to a CD being bootlegged before it's actual release date. A "leakin" human body and a "leakin" CD. Clever. He mentions Aniston, as in Jennifer Aniston, an actress from the long running sitcom "Friends". I hope that one is not TOO difficult to understand. If it is, let me know. Also, in that last bar, Wale speaks his opinion of the mainstream Hip-Hop game, that it's sleeping. So he compares himself to a clock radio, which people use to wake themselves up in the morning. His plan as an artist is to wake Hip-Hop listeners up. Simply SUPREME HOT FIRE by Wale. Sorry BURGOON, I didn't mean to interrupt your senseless babble. Please continue... ... ... **play button**
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 12/6/2009 7:35:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Phila
Comment: dAMN,I shut J-Aura up,yo mama so fat,this album is a disgrace to underground hip hop,and why are u here if your not a ungerground fan,I mean this is UGHH right,yo moma,yo mama,lol,good comeback,
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/6/2009 12:54:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.104.127)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Sure BURGOON, I do check this page often, at least every other day anyways. Now that I've found this cool site for underground music, it's pretty amusing to take time out of my day to listen to childish fucks like yourself digress from a legitimate Hip-Hop debate down to lackluster prehistoric "yo mama" shots in an attempt to hurt one's feelings. Let me have a moment of silence and mourn for my hurt feelings about BURGOON's statements... ... ... *sob* ... ... *wipes tear* ... ...alright, that's enough. Now let's get back to real Hip-Hop. Another hot song that makes this album so intricate is "Shades" feat. Chrisette Michele. It touches a real sensitive issue about a certain shade racism within the black community between light-skin people and dark-skin people. Wale reflects a testimony about the relationships of his light-skin girlfriend and his peers. The hook re-emphasizes the true beauty of an overall all-inclusive black unity.
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 12/5/2009 2:42:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Phila
Comment: Wow,Im Stooping to a losers level,I have no friends,lol,Thanks J,laughs on you,I bet everyday,you check this page,right,now how has the life.matter of fact Im done,I just wanted to get the rating right,cause u left mad reviews.Im done going ALL the way down to your level,Why am I doing it,I mean I not saying Im better then ya,just that me being on your level hurts me,Why would I,ME,wanna be like a no friend,anti-pussy getting,lowlife scumbag,like you,falling off.Nice chatin J-Aura.Tell your Mommy Chris,Jamal,Tarik,BoBo,Black,Steve,Mike Big Balls,John John,Luke,Xavier,Billy,Martin,Koons,and Big Dick Danny say HI,she will know what I'm talking bout.Oh yeah one more thing son,I don't know if MOM told ya yet,but I'm your father son,not the MILKMAN,Love ya,and be in by 10 tonight,have a nice life I would say that thats how LA gets down.but believe me I not that corney,why would u say OH TAT HOW PHILA GETS DOWN,ohoh,Im So Tuff,Im from North Carolina,bue west side,I'm so thugish,Oh D-Train thats how Vegas gets down,believe me I know,I am J-Aura,LOL,U are such a CLOWN,I Wish I could show ya how I get down,Fuck PA,I would,lol,Im a real Tuff guy,get a life pervert
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/4/2009 10:25:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.104.127)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: And to D-TRAIN, you named the mainstream guest list, but you gotta consider the underground guest list too... Bun-B, Underground King, self-explanatory. Chrisette Michele, who worked her way up with hooks on songs by Nas & The Roots. K'Naan, reppin that international underground. Marsha Ambrosius, from the sweet sounds of Floetry. Last but not least, J Cole, reppin North Carolina (also first artist under Jay-Z's Roc Nation) and rippin that verse apart on "Beautiful Bliss". Melanie Fiona killed that hook too. I ain't know who she was, so I had to look her up. She's on the come up too with some pretty smooth music. The weight is equal on both sides of the mainstream/underground spectrum... Will that ever be properly accepted by world? Who knows. As you can see, some people act like it's blasphemy...
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/3/2009 7:42:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.104.127)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: LOL I'm not even gonna stoop to your level BURGOON. It's amusing enough just watching you hate so much... "Look at me, I'm BURGOON. I claim OTHER people have no life by putting some 9 1-star responses on albums I don't understand. Heh heh heh. That'll show em. Heh heh heh. That's how PA get down..." Just so you know pimpin, "Go-Go" does NOT refer to strip clubs. Not that there's anything wrong with strip clubs either. Go-Go music is everything BUT "electro" sounds. It is an underground sound of live bands, live congo drums, live horns, and live piano and strings. Now D-TRAIN got it right referencing to Chuck Brown. Go-Go has evolved a little since then, so it's not always live instruments used. Sometimes they are synthesized, which is the same for Hip-Hop, but the styles and melodies are still there. It is shown well in "Pretty Girls", which features Weensey from the legendary Go-Go band, The Backyard Band. I am NOT tryin to act like I know everything. I'm tryin to get LISTENERS a chance to really review the album for themselves for what it represents, rather than be influenced by ignorant responses that either don't know what the hell they're talkin about and/or are scared of change. Positive change.
Name: (Posted: 12/3/2009 2:07:00 PM; Partial IP: .78.106.42)
Location: Vegas
Comment: Your man aint reppin the DMV with this release...He went commercial with this one... Rihanna, lady GaGa, Green Lantern,Cool & Dre... Naw this is bad and does not rep the Trouble Funk sound or the Chuck Brown that I grew up on.... Headz don't want to hear this but it's prolly good for the radio crowd...
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 12/3/2009 12:40:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Pa
Comment: Who said Dj Premier,lol,go-go,strip music,and this don't sound anything like go-go,Khrysis,Sound Providers,Stoup,Snowgoons,Stress White Boy,all u got to do these days,is get a cool elecktro beat,and spit,u got your self gogo,lol,I know,prove me wrong again,in ur eyes,u know everything,Neptunes are hott right,90210is the best song eva,hold up let me quote some Wale lyrics,and prove that this is a hott album,for everyone who dont like it,let go to the club,and get funky to Wale,cause he is on a world tour,gettin sum pretty girls from wherever,momma told me to let it lose,Grandma ask me to pick up her Percription,this album blows,just tryin to be like u J Aura, Wow,this is a great album to shit your pants too,try it I know,I am cool,I have no life,lol,your real cool good one dude
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/2/2009 9:54:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.104.127)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: You know, EVERY underground album doesn't necessarily require beats from 9th Wonder, or DJ Premier, or Marco Polo, or Illmind… Best Kept Secret, Nottz, Mark Ronson, Nicolay all be puttin it down too. The Neptunes are usually 99.9% on top of things with the exception up here… Overall, to feel the style of beats, you gotta be at least familiar with Go-Go music. I'm not a huge Go-Go fan myself, but I've heard it enough of it to know that Wale puts it down, representin that underground Washington D.C. sound to the fullest…
2 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/2/2009 2:36:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Phila
Comment: U know what,it's not as bad as some albums,or as some people say it is,I can see why u like it though,it's ur thing,lyrics are there,with some better production,Lyric's are tight but beatz make the album,neptunes,and cool n dre,are beat,sound way to commerical for my liking,I'd like a 9th Wonder and Wale,or Marco Polo,even illmind,would be nice,it's the beats,thats why the majority don't like this
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 12/2/2009 12:58:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.104.127)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Thank you K.L. That is the first VALID REASON that I've heard against Wale. (...LARS had one too, sorry) I agree that there is always gonna be creative differences between an artist and his label. But I don't think that it necessarily hindered the album. Like my boy A-TOWN said up here earlier, a lot of people are so used to his underground mixtape game. I admit that I love his mixtapes too, but you have to understand that this is his step past the pavement. I think the Attention Deficit album rides the fence with a mix of an underground mentality and a proper mainstream appeal. I also am NOT gonna front that ALL the beats up here are top-notch. "Let It Loose" is probably the worst slump, no thanks to The Neptunes. But to me, it was just one of those kinda songs that grew on me. I do understand where people don't like the production. I can say though, that ALL of the beats by Best Kept Secret and Cool & Dre go HARD as hell. "Chillin", "Prescription", "Pretty Girls", "Mama Told Me". All of em got me hooked. "Beautiful Bliss", alone, is enough motivation for me to buy the album. Lyrically though, Wale makes his presence well-known. Metaphors, wordplay, and subject matter. Overall, it's hard to find an absolute perfect album nowadays. Even Hip-Hop albums that are regarded as "classic" status still have at least 1 or 2 flaws to them. Wale receives 5 stars from me on this album, and I rarely give 5 stars out up here on UGHH... Not that I'm acting like I know everything either...
Name: (Posted: 12/1/2009 11:32:00 AM; Partial IP: 233.109.47)
Location: Baltimore, MD
Comment: DMV artist I support, Wale unfortunately is the victim of a commercial success driven industry. While listening to it I can tell where the conflict of meeting the demands of the label and making something artistic that would draw real Hip Hop fans to listen. Point blank the production sucks but a strong showing for Wale.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/26/2009 5:04:00 PM; Partial IP: .87.105.50)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: My nominations for Best New Artist... Wale, Kid Cudi, Skyzoo...
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/26/2009 4:58:00 PM; Partial IP: .87.105.50)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: I feel ya man. To each, his own opinion. AS FOR ME THOUGH... I will break some weed over this... "And let the beat play / Close your eyes, whoever uninspired / Pay me no mind, I put Adderall in y'all's / Riddle them with Ritalin / Attention Deficit, n*ggas start listenin' / And what I'm givin' them, the drug that their brain need / Them n*ggas sick of Hip-Hop, so they appointed me / An I.V., but the I.V. went inside of me / Their ignorance was drug of choice, but they OD'd / Couldn't alone leave 'em, I am the sole leader / The young soul that the O.G.'s still believe in / And if you not convinced, keep on promotin' THEM / I breathe life in the game, they are Kevorkian / They provokin' suicide, but as soon as signed / I drew designs for consumer's minds so in time / I do it for all y'all, do it for all y'all / Don't gotta wait long, the doctor has arrived / Just be patient... please... please... Here go your PRESCRIPTION..." Some real ass talk there Wale...
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/25/2009 4:40:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Phila
Comment: I won't even break weed up on this,cause I'm afraid it will turn to dirt
2 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/25/2009 4:38:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Pa
Comment: nothing wrong with someone havig sucess on an album,I am happy,never a hater,but if they sell their soul doing so,do your thing,I'm not buying,It like someone saying they love an artist,but download or dub their music,ass backwards.I don't judge an artist cause from south,west,whatever,a good listen,is a good listen,shit Cunninlynguists are one of my favorites,their from Kentucky,or Alabama,one of them.I'm just not feeling this at all.I try to listen,I even bought it off someone for like 8 bucks,cause they didn't want it.No matter what u say,I just don't fel it.no hard feelings,
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/25/2009 3:11:00 AM; Partial IP: .87.105.50)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: I'm still trippin over that killer bar in the song "Beautiful Bliss"... Wale said he's like "when Bret Hart meets Brett Favre / I'm a SharpShooter, well exceeding any Figure Four!"
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/24/2009 12:45:00 AM; Partial IP: 16.222.220)
Location: yo girl's draas...
Comment: This is a creative album, it grows on you, dope...
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/21/2009 8:59:00 PM; Partial IP: .175.55.24)
Location: Mexico
Comment: Usually not my taste in hiphop. but suprisingly had this cd on replay. pretty dope album. not outstanding, just pretty solid
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/18/2009 7:45:00 AM; Partial IP: 4.10.46.62)
Location: stockholm, sweden
Comment: So-so album...not really for me but I can see some of the younger cats liking it a bit more. Wale is a much better rapper than I thought at first. His flow is pretty good. I just don't like some of the topics on the album and some of the beats are not hitting but there are some good ones too. Some of the hooks are lame to me and there is waaay too much singing for my tastes. I think Wale has a brighter future. While I will not buy this album, I will check for his future releases to see his growth as an artist.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/17/2009 7:01:00 PM; Partial IP: .87.105.50)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: And I will continue to repeat this, cuz it’s important… If you are not familiar with Go-Go music, please do your research BEFORE you judge this album. Go-Go music is a derivative of Hip-Hop, just like how Latinos made Reggaeton or Spanish Rap. Wale = Washington D.C. = the capital of Go-Go. Therefore, the Attention Deficit album = a new evolution of Hip-Hop sound.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/17/2009 6:56:00 PM; Partial IP: .87.105.50)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Too advanced? LOL Really BURGOON? Define "advanced". I actually love Skyzoo's album too. In fact, I don't see how you can like Skyzoo, but not Wale, when they touch a lot of similar topics. Wale's "Diary" & Skyzoo's "Under Pressure" hit EQUALLY hard, on both beat and subject matter. Everybody goes through issues with their girl every now and then, and it’s real talk. Shit… We can keep going with a lot of their songs. Wale’s “Mama Told Me” & Skyzoo’s “Like A Marathon”, both reflect on the rough times of life, but of course, you still gotta move forward. Wale’s “Chillin” & Skyzoo’s “Popularity” go neck-to-neck as a head bopper. Both artists boast a lil arrogance on the track. Wale’s “Prescription” & Skyzoo’s “For What It’s Worth”, both reflect why they continue to MC as their true selves. Both artists hit hard on punchlines and wordplay. I'm guessin it must be a CLARITY thing. Wale does rap with a certain country slang in his flow. You are from Philly, so you could understand more of what's coming from a Brooklyn flow. D.C., however, is technically located at the start of the Mason Dixon line, so you can affiliate him with Southern Hip-Hop in general. I’m from the South and that's what I bump mostly... the real MC's anyway. There's plenty of trash rappers coming from ALL sides of the nation, so we not gonna get into that discussion. Long story short, this is absolutely NOT a "Pop" CD. Now if the mainstream loves it and embraces it, that's one thing. That means his project was highly successful, and I would be proud of him. Just like I am with Kanye or OutKast or Busta or The Clipse or Common or Lupe or anyone else who reps from an underground experience and still achieves commercial success. Wale’s album is far from being commercial-minded. The Go-Go music he fuses with his beats and style of flow is NOT commercial. It is an authentic Washington D.C. sound. He ain't up here just ranting about your average mainstream bullshit. If you just don't like the sounds of the beats, that's one thing. But sayin he is "garbage" as an MC is ridiculous. Sayin it's "Pop" because of who's featured on it or not featured on it is ABSURD. The substance, ingenuity, and personal reflection is right there if you listen for it...
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/15/2009 2:39:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Phila
Comment: I like freshfest,with Skyzoo,and some features he's on his hot,his subject matter is like every other mainstream artist,This is a pop Cd
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/15/2009 2:34:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: Phila
Comment: still garbage,but just cause I dont like it,dosen't mean everyone else does,but my taste of music might be to advanced for your liking,but hey,thats why music is great
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/14/2009 4:35:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.104.175)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: A yo, that song "Diary" wit Marsha Ambrosius is the REALEST song I've heard in a long time! Wale comes in hard off gate... "Rather lose love than to move on, never knowin' what it feels like / Short days, long nights / By the phone, no call / Need a clear mind, cuz I been blind, got me goin' down that road / Heart made of stone / Far away from home / Black woman, c-c-cold!!! / Every problem that you ever had with another man, I gotta face / Started off on thin ice, I'm still here, but I can't skate! / Slow sink, can't breathe / No remorse, don't think / Listen to your friend, get another man for a minute, then repeat...". After the first verse, Marsha steps in and marinates that hook wit her sweet ass vocals. Got it tastin' like mothaf*ckin Honey BBQ on some baby back ribs over charcoal in the summertime! Do ya thing, ma... After 2 hot verses, Wale lets it ride off with a real deep spoken word poem. The overall structure (not subject matter) is similar to Common's "Black Maybe" off the Finding Forever album, my favorite track up there. Truly excellent work by Wale. Mad props to the brother...
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/14/2009 3:04:00 AM; Partial IP: 08.160.202)
Location: The down under bay area, What!
Comment: love it! Wale kills it! each track is sweet, good guest list, mad beats getchasome! "It's pronounced Wha-lay not whale...noobs" DC!
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/13/2009 8:39:00 PM; Partial IP: .12.77.120)
Location: Cdn
Comment: Surprise me, but this had a real good vibe, apart from the looming Lupe/Kanye/kid cudi comparisons, this had a good flow ... clean music, clever hip hop
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/12/2009 8:08:00 AM; Partial IP: 215.195.59)
Location: france
Comment: lupe-fiasco , kany vibes the cover is the project blue-beam wale is a Freemasonry
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/11/2009 9:01:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.110.187)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: P.S. Like I mentioned many times before, if you are not familiar with Go-Go music, please do your research BEFORE you judge the album. Wale is from Washington D.C., the Mecca of Go-Go music, and he reps it to the fullest...
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/11/2009 8:57:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.110.187)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Yes. Most definitely BGOON, I would bump "90210" in my car. In the midst of your senseless discrimation, you missed out on the story he's tellin' on the track. In fact, both the songs "Let It Loose" and "90210" flow back-to-back on story and subject matter. "Let It Loose" tells the story of a working independent woman, just gettin' off at her desk job and plannin' to party the night away. Then it flows into "90210", which tells about a DEPENDENT woman, one who gets absorbed into the fast life of the city and demeans herself to gain popularity amongst to stars. It reminds me of OutKast's "Da Art of Storytellin'" or Slick Rick's "Children's Story". TRUE LIFE STORIES captured through lyric and experimental beats, the essence of UNDERGROUND HIP-HOP. The fact that y'all are sleepin on his craft is the inspiration of the name of his album, ATTENTION DEFICIT. For all the LISTENERS out there, be sure to check out the song "Mirrors" wit my boy Bun-Beata!!! (...haters should take some personal advice from the track.)
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/11/2009 2:11:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: pa
Comment: garbage,straight garbage
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/11/2009 2:10:00 PM; Partial IP: .99.47.130)
Location: pa
Comment: since when was wale undergroung,j-aura,I know you jam 90210 in ya car,lol,this is some garbage,i never hate but,if it sucks it sucks,j im gonna leave 5 reviews,your cool,hiphopgame is where you belong,be honest,do u own a lady gaga cd,and get Wale nuts out your mouth,the only way anyone can like this is if your suckin off the artist,or a female,stttraiiighttt garbage,im review it just as much as u did
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2009 9:29:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.110.187)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Speakin' of guest appearances... Once again, I'ma give another BIG SHOUT OUT to J. Cole from North Carolina. He was officially the first artist signed under Jay-Z's Roc Nation. He drops a KILLER verse on "Beautiful Bliss", and I am looking forward to his debut album... Carolina STAND UP!!!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2009 9:07:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.110.187)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: To hate the WHOLE album or to think Wale is "commercial" because he has guest appearances from Gucci Mane and Lady GaGa is completely RIDICULOUS. It's a unfair discrimination. The EXACT same kind of discrimination used by top executives of the industry to an album that doesn't have any commercial hits. They'll give it absolutely no promotion. And now, on the opposite end of the spectrum, people who claim they love underground hip-hop begin to hate on an album simply by who's featured on it. I don't give a fuck if Mary Kate & Ashley was on a hook! If the album comes from the SOUL, represents true artistic expression, and has something new and creative to add to the game, I WILL BUMP IT. Like my man Phonte says, "Dope beats, dope rhymes, what more do you want? Shout it out!"
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2009 6:31:00 PM; Partial IP: 102.101.27)
Location: los angeles
Comment: you guys are just hating because of the guest appearances and his success in the game. I know this is an Underground Hip Hop website but give good hip hop some respect, the only thing I agree with u gays is the fact that gucci man ruined that track
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2009 6:27:00 PM; Partial IP: 166.144.11)
Location: Bay Area, CA
Comment: Mix Tape About Nothing was one of the sickest mixtapes I ever heard. I just found out about Wale a couple years ago and dude can spit. I'm on this album asap. Wale, keep doin ya thing man this album goes hard! We holdin' you down out here on the West Coast fam!
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2009 1:28:00 PM; Partial IP: 61.208.244)
Location: Nibiru
Comment: Gucci Mane? Lady GaGa? Lets be serious people. This is crap.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2009 4:48:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.111.115)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Oh damn, you are SO right, considering ALL of the hot MC's that have come out of Argentina and France... that means you GOTTA know what you're talking about... LOL I guess a lot of people are hard of hearing (or can't read). I told you, research Go-Go music before you judge this album. Wale is from D.C. and bringin a new evolution of sound to the rap game. You will keep seeing me up here, so get used to it. If anyone has an ACTUAL VALID REASON why you do not like him, I will accept your challenge of debate. (...they don't wanna debate me up here, I'm too nice wit it!)
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/10/2009 1:43:00 AM; Partial IP: 254.60.230)
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Comment: Wale has gone commercial, fuck him
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 8:24:00 PM; Partial IP: 41.104.218)
Location: FRANCE
Comment: wanna like this then comes songs like trks-9&10SHIT IS BUNK I DONT CARE WHAT ANYONE SAYS!!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 5:46:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.111.115)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: I do agree that his mixtapes had more of an underground sound ("Back to the Feature" with 9th Wonder, in particular). But this album is technically Wale's step above the pavement. I think he reps Washington D.C. to the letter with his fused Hip-Hop and Go-Go sound. And like I mentioned before, if you are not familiar with Go-Go music, you need to do your research before you judge the album. Go-Go music is a derivative of Hip-Hop, just like how Latinos made Reggaeton or Spanish Rap.
4 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 2:17:00 PM; Partial IP: 18.250.164)
Location: MA
Comment: Pretty good album. Kinda liked his mixtapes more. "The Mixtape about Nothing" was dope. The Bun-B track rips. Keep doin' ya thang Wale.
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 2:15:00 PM; Partial IP: 54.167.139)
Location: prov-0-dense
Comment: maybe after this album, he will try to do an album without so many features on every track. and yes there are other dope producers out there that this dude clearly didnt use. He has the jay-z disease when it comes to lack of great producers to use, tho he probably couldnt get them. How come he didnt even get a kanye west track? its all good though, yo peace j-aura
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 8:08:00 AM; Partial IP: 4.150.78.7)
Location: Toronto
Comment: Nice try Babylon.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 3:19:00 AM; Partial IP: 2.25.0.206)
Location: Nexus of Hip Hop
Comment: I haven't even listend to this whole cd yet but if homeboy Luis, Chris P, 504 Boi is gonna drop one stars from the same IP address then im gonna bump that shit back up. I will tell you I was suprised that Gucci Mane was on the cd. But from what I heard from this and previous mixtapes Wale always brings the heat. There are more dope producers that 9th wonder, Premier, Pete Rock and J Dilla. Its like if its not produced by them then its not "underground" enough. Give people a chance. Wack rappers have gotten on all those dudes tracks. Haters gonna hate/ what more can you say.
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 2:48:00 AM; Partial IP: 87.106.142)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Absolutely NOT wack. In fact, he's topping the list of 2009's BEST NEW ARTISTS. To say that Wale's debut studio album is "wack" or "boring" is like sayin watching a Floyd Mayweather title fight is wack and boring. "Uh... all he gon do is just dance around the ring and avoid gettin hit..." LOL "Uh... uh... he too scared to take a punch like a REAL man... Yeah..." LOL Fuck outta here with that! I'm assuming you got up and went to the bathroom while Wale was hittin em wit those STINGIN' one-two's, like in the 13th round when he said he's like "when Bret Hart meets Brett Favre / I'm a Sharpshooter, while sneakin' in the Figure Four". (stop... think about it...) LOL I'm sorry. You gotta come up with a better VALID REASON other than "I hate Gucci Mane, so now I gotta hate the whole album... It sucks..." Blah Blah Blah. Haterism will get you nowhere, pimpin. For all the LISTENERS out there, be sure to check out the 14th round too (the final track for the slow ones). It's called "Prescription" and bump it from beginning to end. Simply amazing work by Wale. Keep Hip-Hop TRUE...
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 12:15:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.238.131)
Location: RePPin dat 504
Comment: seriously? wack!
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 12:14:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.238.131)
Location: Neveda Stand Up!!
Comment: I refuse to have in any in my collection that features Gucci Mane...
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 12:13:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.238.131)
Location: New Mexico
Comment: eh I was disappointed
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/9/2009 12:12:00 AM; Partial IP: 02.238.131)
Location: CA
Comment: Wack, and boring as fuck
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2009 10:02:00 PM; Partial IP: 34.240.125)
Location: DuR
Comment: Fockin Awesome FamDood!
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2009 5:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 60.150.237)
Location: Sin City, NV
Comment: This Album IS DOPE!!!! From Beginning To End, every Song is good, good production, everything, Contemplate and 90210 pretty dope
5 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2009 3:26:00 PM; Partial IP: 87.106.142)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: Supreme HOT FIRE by Wale!!! Wow! I was shocked at first cuz I didn't see 9th Wonder's name on it, but when I bumped the album, I was not disappointed. Excellent production by Best Kept Secret and Cool & Dre definitely makes up for it. I like the tracks "Shades", "Mama Told Me", and "TV in the Radio". Of course, the mainstream hit "Chillin" goes hard. And I swear Marsha Ambrosius has the voice of angels in the song "Diary". Shout out to J. Cole from North Carolina, who was officially the 1st artist signed Jay-Z's Roc Nation. He drops an excellent verse on "Beautiful Bliss". People up here say they don't like the track "Pretty Girls", but I beg to differ. It's one of the hottest songs on the album. Personally, I can care less about Gucci Mane as a rapper, but the track also features the cat from the Backyard Band, a legendary Go-Go group. For those not familiar with Go-Go culture, you need to do your research before you judge the album. Wale IS from Washington D.C., which is the Mecca of Go-Go music, so being the true MC that he is, it WILL reflect through his style...
3 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/7/2009 2:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 22.196.146)
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Comment: I herd that this dude an underground rapper but it seem like he flippin, doin a track wit a bitch like gucci mane and talkin about cars and shit in that song chillin but other than that it ok P.S. listen to T.V. in the radio
1 Star
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2009 7:17:00 PM; Partial IP: .145.161.7)
Location: CHI
Comment: wheres the 9th wonder track??? WACK
2 Stars
Name: (Posted: 11/6/2009 3:35:00 PM; Partial IP: 08.159.180)
Location: indy
Comment: waist of a dope CD cover
Name: (Posted: 11/5/2009 11:40:00 PM; Partial IP: 6.97.48.35)
Location: Atlanta, GA
Comment: Ehh, Its ok. Not feeling the Gucci Mane track. @Prhymal Rage- Interesting crew name.
Name: (Posted: 10/20/2009 1:31:00 PM; Partial IP: 52.152.196)
Location: Hip Hop Scene
Comment: Heard some of this album and it's got a few hidden gems on it that are great for ANY Hip Hop head willing to have an open mind! His main producer Mikey Mike is part of our crew Prhymal Rage / Ill Society so I heard a few sneaks!
Name: (Posted: 10/8/2009 4:39:00 AM; Partial IP: .87.97.152)
Location: from NC, now in Los Angeles
Comment: I know this album is gonna be hot, he really ain't got no choice LOL. I hadn't heard him until The Roots' "Rising Up". I copped his mixtape "Back To The Feature" and I'm feelin his lyricism and punchlines. I never been a huge fan of go-go music, but his style incorporates a genuine blend of hip-hop and go-go. Much power to the brother and I hope he sells well in the mainstream.
Name: (Posted: 8/21/2009 9:36:00 AM; Partial IP: 16.222.220)
Location: yo girl's draas...
Comment: I think this shit's gonna be dope. Wale kind of got it...
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