Tuesday, December 29, 2015


DAM!!! Ya boi Old Man AV came in too strong with dis new work. WOO!!! Of course he had his boy Ian Alexander, and they already do they thang, and dey always go insane! I been swaggin with ya boys for a minuet now, and once my bro introduced me to them, I was an instant fan. These guys always go ham on every track, and you will and when you hear Track ay '9:06'- "Sum Xanny".

Now this isn't your usual mixtapes broken up to different tracks. You have to listen to everything and relax. This is the first piece I reviewed from these guys, but it's been a long time coming. I heard some of their earlier mixtapes, and they are nothing short of Spectacular! All their up tempo Beats and majestically told lyrics just takes control. You will know what's swaggin when you hear dab Track '15:02'- "Ferragamo On My Feelings".

For those who don't know TSVFOG is an anagram for "The Strong Victorious Family Of God". I respect dat, and they really doing they thang. What really shocks my intuition is it sounds like they are freestyling the entire time. That is the main thing you need to dab to da $wag Rack$. If you want to hear more, just click da link to they SoundCloud. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Grammy Rich's "Who Is Grammy Rich" review

Come on now yall and tune in to ya boi Grammy Rich. He did this thang on dis mixtape, so you better give him your full attention. I downloaded this mixtape a whiles ago, and I made sure to not delete it before I wrote a review. It is alot of nice tracks on this one, and he is really speaking alot of truths. I really respected alot of what he said like in Track 06- "Never Break Me Down".

This was one of the mixtapes I downloaded randomly. I just saw dude on the album cover and he looked real professional, so I said why not. I am really glad I heard this because he is real inspirational and intelligently whitty with every verse. Sometimes he raps pretty fast, so that means you gotta listen faster to appreciate this master. Not many that can do it like him, and you will hear him win in Track 09- "Like Me" ft. Siergio.

I remember I heard him say he recorded this mixtape in 6 hours at the studio. That's alright, because when you pay for professional studio time it shows. This sounds like it was professionally mixed and mastered. I often download mixtape that sound like they was recorded on a cell phone. That is not the best way to swag it. At least have a proper home studio if that's all you have like in Track 08- "All That I Got" ft. Paige Williams.

Like I always say, if any artist wishes to have their mixtape reviewed just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87, or email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com. I'm always willing to listen to somebody raw mixtape. If I don't randomly download it, I have never heard of it. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, December 21, 2015

Juicy J's "O's To Oscars" review

Ya boi Juicy just don did it again. WOO!!! He never fails to release top notch works, and he keeps everything coming too strong and he never wrong. Dis was yet again another one from the legend to prove his top notch status. He has done it for decades now and has only gotten better with time. That's because he grinds and you will hear him shine in Track 13- "You Gotta See"prod Zaytoven.

I like this mixtape title because it reminds people that Juicy J is a former Academy award winning artist. It doesn't get any higher than that, and they was on stage going HAM!!! Dat was hilarious, and he is proof that anything is possible as long as you keep hustling. It's nothing that happens overnight, but you will succeed as long as you stay committed. There will be nothing that will be able to hold you back like in Track 11- "Aint No Holding Back" prod by Tarentino. 

I do have to say, I was somewhat confused because when I logged on to write this review I notice the title was just changed to "O's". I don't know maybe there was an issue with legality of the words. Well I'm just going to go with the original title because it fits perfectly. There is nothing wrong with it and he not being disrespectful like in Track 06- "Disrespecting" ft. DC Young Fly; prod. Lex Lugar, Juicy J, Lil Awree, Crazy Mike.

I have been a long time fan of Juicy's, and I try to write a review on all his works. I'm not writing as many as I used to right now, but I will try to do some more on a regular biases. If anybody wishes to have their mixtape reviewed just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87 or email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Thursday, December 17, 2015

Wiz Khalifa's "Cabin Fever 3" review

TAILOR GANG DOING DEY THANG!!! Ya boi Wiz came in to strong with another highed up work to make da ladies squirt. Woo! It's been some time since I last wrote a review, but once I saw dis I didn't hesitate to swag. Not to many artist on Wiz level, and you will know when you hear Track 10- "Left" ft. To Gotti; prod. Sonny Digital.

Wiz definite do his thang on every track. I mean seriously, this is one of his most distinguished and premier works. He was just going loose on da loops. What I also like da raw ass features. He brought out the whole crew, and not a single track was lacking. He really be on some G shit like on Track 04- "Foreign Bitches Freak Dips" ft. Chevy Woods; prod. DP Beats.

Now y'all must understand, there is alot of different ways to make $wag. It's not hard, and all you gotta do is grind and shine. If you not on to hustle you won't make it big. You won't remember how much you made like in Track 03- "Prequel" ft. Curren$y; prod. Sonny Digital.

What y'all gotta do is make sure you go to dis mansion party. You just gotta be connected with da right folk and find out where its at. Just hit me up on Snapchat greatfrank87, and I will plug you. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Friday, December 4, 2015

Curren$y's "Canal Street Confidential" & Young Roddy's "The Kenner Loop" review

AYE HELL YEAH!!! Dis is da first time I have doubled dab on da review swag. There is no way I was gonna pass up on on working these albums. Soon as I heard them I was like DAM!!! I am captured and trapped by every track. Not a single song is whack , and you know dey snap on Roddy's album on Track 09- "Real Recognize Real".

This is the very first time I have done a review on 2 albums at the same time. I have not done this for any mixtape either.  Only reason I chose to do it because I don't fully understand why they was released on the same day. Some people believe Spitta and Roddy might have separated ways. I don't believe that is the case, because it's always JetLife one way or another. Best to just keep everything swaggin like on Roddy's album Track 12- "My Business" ft Curren$y's.

There has been alot out here that that will try to take you out the game. All you can do is stay on your grind and hustle all da time. Yeah you gonna be sad at times, but just do to best to keep to head up and you will be all fine. You will be victorious all da time like on Spitta's Track 06- "Winning" ft. Wiz Khalifa.

Now these are albums not mixtapes. If you wish to purchase them you have to get em off iTunes. Of course it's easy to illegally download and listen for free, but that's bogus. I do understand that most folk would prefer a hard copy, but it's all swag to pays. I don't make much money, so I pay by writing a free review. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.




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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

BallDelo's "First Quarter" review

Alright now! Ya boi BallDalo came in too fine and too shine with dis work. I was like DAM dis dude really doing his thing. I really enjoyed listening to these top notch beats, and the tracks was really swaggin to what's really going on in des streets. This is a real hustler that takes care of business everyday, and you will feel what I say when you hear Track 03- "All The Money".

I have to point out how much this guy uses autotunes. I'm not hating on the autotune dab, it's just there is some artist who abuse it and use it way too much. That doesn't make any sense, because most people want to hear your real voice. It's alright to use sparingly, but when you go in on every track it can be a no swag. It's alright though because BallDelo really does his thang and does it proper with Track 05- "Alright" ft. RayV33zy.

This mixtape was sent to me directly on Snapchat. If any artist out there wishes to have one of there mixtape reviewed for free, just add me. My Snapchat id is greatfrank87. Also you can email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com. I do my best not to hate, and I really apprecaite all the grinding artist. I'm doing the same making boss moves everyday to grow bigger. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, November 30, 2015

Fabolous' "Summertime Shootout" review

Awe Hell Yeah!!! Ya boi Fabolous came out with another strong storytelling mixtape for yall to enjoy. This is a featured work that goes good from beginning to end. Really it sounds like a movie soundtrack, and you will miss out if you don't put the time aside to hear the entire piece. I was really taken in by this work, and you will also when you hear Track 12- "Summertime Sadness" ft Dave East; prod. King James Beatz, Land Keyz, & Jre Day.

I couldn't wait to listen to this when I first saw it. The album art is really great, and it got my attention quick. So many artist don't realize how important it is to have a creatively decorative art. Having a pic of your face is not enough to get most people attention. After you hear this entire mixtape, you will see that nothing is imagined or lacking. Just gone and download it and hear Track 02 "Real One" ft. Jazzy; prod. Automatik.

I have been a fan of Fabolous for years now. I love all the New York all stars, because all of them are master lyricist and distinguished gentlemen. I would love to go there one day, and dab with all of the top level swagsters. Everything will swag in due time and as long everybody tell everyone about this blog like in Track 04- "Tell Ya Friends" ft. The Weeknd.

Really what would be the best would be if I settled down with a cool ass female. It is a struggle trying to find someone that is worth your time. There are so many people out here that's not about anything real. They just wanna spend yo time and money, not trying to give back. It's all good because girls like that are good for only one thing like in Track 07- "Vanilla" ft. Rich Homie Quan; prod. Sonaro.

Like I always say, if anybody wishes to get in contact with me just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. There are alot of mixtapes, unfortunately I am not able to write a review on all of them. If you just message me a link to your mixtape, I will get around it eventually. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Saturday, November 28, 2015

Khaotic's "#BOOLA" review

Woo WOO WOOOOOOOOOO! Ya boi Khaotic's is macking and packing with dis one. DIS DID COLD!!! This guy really goes in on each the way of life, and he know what is really swaggin all  kinda ways. It's all good and you will agree when you hear Track 05- "Both Ways".

I found this mixtape on one of my random download sprees. I'm glad I found dis, because dis is a gem from beggining to end. He keeps it real on every track, and nothing is whack. I love how he keep it real like in Track 15- " Too Busy".

What I really like is that this is not some whack mixtape. This is professionally mixed and properly produced. I don't like bogus mixtapes that don't take the time to get it right. He sometimes used auto tunes, but it's all swag. If you like T Pain, den u will love Khaotic's work. You will know it's real when you hear Track 12- " Taste Buds" .

Like I always say if anybody wishes to get in contact with me just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. Also you can email me at greatfrank87@gmail. I appreciate all the artist with one free review, so just hit me up. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Puff Daddy's "MMM" review

ALL HEALLL YEAHHH!!! One of the highest earners in da game, released a raw ass free mixtape with no shame. Hell yeah! Nothing like a top notch, premiere selling, hall of fame artist putting out something to flame up da streets. Not many platinum selling artist, that knows how to please da streets. Plus he is a predestine corporate business entrepreneur. You know he telling da truth in Track 05- "Auction" ft. Lil Kim, Styles P, & King Los.

Sean Combs has done so much over the years, it is hard to fathom how someone could reach so high. That's what happens when your a natural born hustler and grind everyday. He is a perfect role model for all the young niggards out there. I'm not gonna go into a deep breakdown of everything he did, this is just a simple mixtape review. Just google him and you will see he been grinding like in Track 08- "Working" ft. Big Sean, Travis Scott.

MMM is an anagram for "Money Making Mitch". That is a perfect title for anybody who knows how hard it is to come up and stay above all da bullshit. It's best to just find you someone special and stay cool with. It's too many no swagger out here trying to hault your hustle, but as long as you stay true to your word anything will swag like in Track 10- "You Could Be My Lover" ft. TY Dolla $ign, Gizzle.

Like I always say, if anybody wishes to get in contact with me just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. I have been real busy working a different swag, so I wont be blogging as much for a lil whiles. If anybody wishes to have one free review just add me and I will hear you out. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Ruffio's "Luv Ruffio" review

Alright now, it's time for yall to sit back and relax to the true hood sounds of Ruffio. I randomly downloaded this mixtape on one of my download sprees, and I'm glad I did because he is very talented. Nothing too special about this, except that he brings it on every track. He is a romantic that knows how to treat a lady, and you will agree when you hear Track 03- "Dats Bae".

Let me say, don't bother listen to this if your looking for some lovie dovie R&B mixtape. He keeps it street on every track, and brings you into a world of heavy hustling and thug loving. I can respect it, and I respect anybody who glamorizes relationships. There is too much in the world that is trying to take you out the game, that's why it's special when you find that other person that you can grow with like in Track 06- "Power Couple".

This mixtape has been in my library for some time now, and I refused to delete it. Something about this attracted me, and once I started listening I know why. Although I'm not a fan of someone who uses autotunes, I was able to look past all of that and foucs on his overall message. We all looking for someone that is that one match. It can really suck at time,s because you might find someone that catches your eye, but they are not on the same page as you. They don't view you the same as you view them. It's alright, because over time hopefully they change and are willing to see and appreciate how much you truly care for them, and Ruffio explains it perfectly in Track 08- "What I Like". 

If anybody wishes to have a mixtape reviewed just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. Unless I download your mixtape on some randomness, there is no way I will know it ever existed. I don't like to diss anybody. If your mixtape is that bad I will tell you direct, and I will keep you in mind when you release future works. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place. 


Monday, November 16, 2015

Vado's "Slime Flu 5" review

HARLEM STAND UP!!! Ya boi Vado came in strapping and macking. He always coming big time with his works, and he doing major numbers with every release. He is one of New York's golden boys, and has been doing his thing since he was working with Dipset. I always try to tune in to his works ever since I heard "Slime Flu 2", and you will be trapped by him when you hear Track 09- "Stay In Touch" prod. Automatiks.

Me living in the Chicago area, it's somewhat difficult to really comprehend how big Vado is. He is not played on the radio here, nor does anybody play him at any parties. Harlem set the world on fire in the early 2000's. Since then they have cooled down world wide, but it appears that they are as hot as ever in the New York area. There is more than enough people living in all the boroughs for anybody to stay getting rich, and he tells you about it on Track 08- "Gold Bricks" ft. Jadakiss, Narley Jenkins; prod. Red Chief. 

Today was a pretty gloomy day, and when it's like this I don't have patience for regular rap. I always turn to New York rappers because they are famous for their magnificent punchlines and inspirational lyricism. I can only imagine how depressing living in a area where you reside on top of one another. The majority of people are bullshitters, who's word isn't worth a dam dime. There is more than your fair share of them here, and New York has 5 times population of Chicago, so that means 5 times more bullshit. O NO! It's alright just keep your head up and he makes it easier when you hear Track 10- "Da Jux" ft AZ; prod. Dolla Bill Kidz. 

I don't travel much, but I would really like to. I can't wait until I can dab with the New York swaggers one day. If anybody wishes to connect with me just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. I'm willing to work with anybody, as long as they keep everything 100 and respectful at all time. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Thursday, November 12, 2015

Famous Dex's "Dexter's Laboratory" review

CHICAGO STAND UP!! ya boi Dex comes in dabbing and macking on dis mixtape. He has been going hard for the last few month, and he done swagged up to some next level swag. SWAG!!! Y'all know what I'm talking about. He comes out with a new Track every week,  and when he teams up with Laka Films they provide alot of magical fleek. You will agree when you hear Track 07- "Turning Up" prod. QMonsta.

Now I'm about to say something that will set off a storm. Famous Dex is currently the biggest Chicago rapper in da game. Before you disagree, let me testify why I believe that. First off, he gets alot of hate in the Chicago area. I was at a party not to long ago, and they started playing Dex. Of course there was that one dude that was hating and turned it off. Dex is RAW and y'all know when you hear Track 03- "Swagg" prod. Calibaset.

Also, I believe Dex is amazing in his videos. He knows how to turn up at any point, and he will have you shaking and baking in no time. What I exceptional enjoyed is how there is nothing too special about them, it's just dudes doing dabs to da tracks. It's sad he isn't played not of the radio, but it's alright because he growing and showing with Track 04- "Hoes Mad" prod. OJ.

Now I do have to point, the audio quality of this mixtape is miserably lacking. I'm serious, this sounds very bad. I'm not trying to dis him, I'm just stating facts. I remember it sounded like this on his last mixtape I wrote a review for "Never Seen It Coming". It sounds like everything was mixed on a smart phone app. It's OK to do that for a video, but tracks have to be professionally mastered and mixed by a studio engineer. It can be costly, but if you learn how to swag it, is all swag. Trust me I know, because I used to have some of the worst sounding videos on YouTube. Now I am a professional video editor, and I know you gotta fix it twice like in Track 01- "2 Times" prod. Kronic Beats.

Like I always say, if anyone out there wishes to have a review, just ask me on Snapchat greatfrank87. That's where I be now, because I deleted all my other accounts. I don't post pics, but trust me it's me. If you trying to link up is nothing. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Skippa Da Flippa's "Still Havin" review

Ya boi Skippa came in too stong with this mixtape. I remember writing a review for "I'm Havin", one of his last mixtapes that was amazing. He did his thing again, and will have yo head bobbin and throat throbbing. It's all hood when Skippa in town, because he gonna make you get down with Track 17- "Who Fresher Than Me" prod. Nas Moore.

What's really nice about Skippa, he always keep everything 100. He is straight up with every track. He is the original dabber dat got it all swaggin. Now everybody is dabbing to da swag. It's all good when you sit back and relax. He just keeps coming when you hear Track 05- "Snakes" prod. Traumatone.

I personally believe that Skippa is a top notch artist. Alot of people don't like his style, because it is simple repetitive hooks with basic lyricism.  It's all swag tho, because he dab some proper verses. He always connecting, it's nothing when you be flexing. He make some good music to turn up to and stay motivated throughout the day. You really gonna tune to what he got hosting in Track 13- "Ambitions As A Dealer".

I really like Skippa and would like to see him in show sometime. He really know how to turn up, and he is by far one of my favorite rappers. If anybody wishes to have a review on my blog, or if you just wanna connect with me add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. Also feel free to email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Scotty ATL's "The Cooligan" review

Alright now, ya boy Scotty came in too strong and too long with this mixtape. This is my first time listening to his work, but I can validate that this is premiere and you will want to hear. You should just download and have no fear, like in Track 13 "Out Of My Mind" prod. DJ Burn One & The Five Points Bakery.

I just came across this mixtape on one of my download sprees. It has been in my library for a good minuet, and now is a good time for him to shine. There are alot of tracks, and you really got swag to stay attentive. It's alright though, because he is a future boss with tracks like Track 15- "Running Thru My Mind" prod. Big A.

After listening to this anybody can tell that this guy is a standout. I really like the title, because there are alot of definitions to being a Cooligan. My ideations is, we all just gotta stay true to da swag and keep growing. We all make mistakes, but part of growing old is learning how to fix your mistakes and never do it again. You will know what I mean after you hear Track 09- Neva Switch Up" prod. KE On The Track.

I can't lie, there are some duds on here. They could have been omitted. This mixtape was pretty lengthy, and I was ready for it to end half way trough. It's all good though, because I am professional. Most people would get annoyed with so many tracks, buy it's all swag. Hmu on Snapchat greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, November 3, 2015

DJ Slim K's "Nice & Slow 51(Sexual Remedy)" review

Alright now, it's time for me to switch up, and get to a much more sensual swag. Dis mixtape is for all the lovers and cuddlers. If your lucky enough to have a special person to call your own, then put this on after you turn off the lights. I hope you clean your sheets, because after listening to dis your guaranteed to skeet. Just slip and slide swag like in Track 12- "Exchange" by Bryson Tiller.

I'm going to be 100 and let y'all know, I do not like chopped and screwed music. I'm not from Texas and I don't drink Lean, so it doesn't appeal to me. It's alright if the Track was originally made that way and released in that fashion, but I find it annoying hearing remixes of popular tracks. I feel different about this mixtape, because it was obviously made for some late night activity. You can really get things swinging and creaming with Track 11- "Sexual Remedy" by Rahzil.

Don't get this confused, this mixtape is strictly for love making. This is not for a one time hookup, or you having a random booty call with some hoe you don't care about. This is for a committed couple that is trying to build a life together. This is for mature adults who know how to please other, no matter how long it takes. Love is a tricky topic to discuss, because we all have different definitions. Some people are willing to accept that its alright to be in love with more than one person. Just keep everything honest and it will all swag like in Track 18- "The Need To Know" by Wale ft. SZA.

I'm still single and things can get real lonely at times. What really sucks is when I find someone I really like, either they already in a relationship and don't wanna be bothered, or they just flat out don't like me. Then I come across a the occasional female that likes me, but she not my type and I have no motivation to make something happen. It can be depressing, but life is still good goes on. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, November 2, 2015

OJ Da Juiceman "6 Ringz 3" review

Awe HELL YEAH!!! Ya boi Juiceman came in too hard with dis hot new mixtape. He really paid omish to da old Chicago Bulls team, dat was dominating back in da day. A was amazed with all da hot tracks dat intertwined into their swag. He really highlighted their greatness with Track 11- "Dennis Rodman" prod. Sonny Digital.

It's amazing how hard OJ is willing to work. He constantly keep getting better and making more money. You gotta keep working to come up on some levels. Even if you don't feel like doing it, it's best to just suck it up and get it done. You gotta do dat to get on Jordan level and get rings like in Track 09- "Phil Jackson" prod. Metro Booming.

What most folk don't realize, is anyone can be great. Only issue is not everyone is willing to do what it takes, to swag up and take over. You gotta be willing to turn up at any time, and get on yo grind. Over time it becomes a habit, and life doesn't feel right if you not hustling. You just gotta hold dat ball and score like in Track 06- "Fool Wit Dat Rock" prod. Frank Castro.

Like I always say if anyone wants to contact me just hit me up on Snapchat greatfrank87. I'm always willing to do one free review for any artist. I have done a bunch of mixtapes for OJ, but that's because he is one of the original rapper that made trapping popular. I give respect to a legend. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Saturday, October 31, 2015

Monster Music's ”Monsters Are Real" review

Dis one for all da goons and goblins, dats ready to start hooting and hollering. On this all hallowed eve, dis mixtape is what you need. Please believe, once I started hearing this I was entrapped immediately. DJ Loud did his thang with dis one. You will know how it's swaggin when you hear Track 09- "Pretty Flacko (Freestyle)”.

I know absolutely nothing about Monster Music. I found this mixtape browsing through Spinrilla, just looking for anything with a Halloween theme. Once I started listening I was like wow, these guys are pretty talented. I hope they keep realising hot mixtapes like this one because they are best on da beats, and you will agree with Track 03- " Floss" ft. Pikkaso; prod. DJ Zertified.

I like the title of the Mixtape, because Monsters are as real as the air you breath. You will never be able to tell who they are. They wear mask in a daily basis, figuratively speaking. There is alot of people out here with no morals what so ever, that hide in plain sight. They are able to do as they please, with total disregard for others life. I'm just telling some truth like in Track 08- "Gone Tell Em".

Y'all be safe because it has been raining all day, and the weather ruined it for alot of Trick or Treater's. I'm not a huge Halloween fan, but I see nothing wrong with having responsible fun. I know there is spirits that watch over us, and I'm not sure how they feel about a holiday where we essentially mock them. It's all good though. Hit me up on Snapchat greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Thursday, October 29, 2015

Young Me's "Give No Fuck" review

Young Me came in strong, wit dis swag dats dats dabbing long. WOO WOOOOOOOO!!! Dis mixtape has been on agenda for a Lil minuet, because it just looked raw. He sure did do his thing, and went crazy hard on Track 16- "Drugzz" ft. Rachet Red; prod. DJ Ricky Rich.

Now of course, I have to highlight da pure level of turn up that dis mixtape is dabbing. Dis is a double strong swag, dis a crazy lady stab. Swag! See sometimes you just gotta swag a sexy dp, to please dat lady. It's all swag if you swaggin with ya bro like on Track 06- "Dirty Sticks" by Milli Montana; ft. Yung Me.

Note, I must point out how much I loath lying Lil nigglets. I call dem 'nignots', because dem dey dem niggs you should NOT fuk wit. Dey don't be 100, and dey word is not worth a dam dime. I don't like being around weak low level company dat be on da same as Track 10- "Foolery" by Lil Lonnie; ft. Yung Me & Milli; prod Lil Lonnie.

I gotta say, this work is pretty lengthy with 17 tracks and 66 minuets runtime, but it's all swag because DIS SHIT COLD!!! Also it is pretty bold to put Fuck in da title, but that's is da most proper title for this piece. Dis is just a raw ass dude, dat is going ham on every track. You just gotta grab yo swag, pipe up, and relax to da dab. Dats what I did. Hit me up on Snapchat greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, October 28, 2015

BT & Young Dolph's " Kush, Codiene, & Strippers" review

Awe hell yeah, ya boi Dolph came in strong with dis one. He got his honor homie BT swaggin with him. Pleases believe dis one is dabbin with knowledge and fashion. Once I started listening I was like DAM! DIS SHIT COLD!!! This one is better and wetter, and you will lever, when you hear Track 04- "Gucci Purse".

Now what got my attention to dis mixtape, was da raw ass album art. Nothing like a raw ass bich, to swag on ya stick. Y'all know it's cold and lonely out here, nothing like a freak friend dat licks. You know it's legit, like in Track 10- " Freak" ft. King Azz Star; prod. YL On 808s.

I like to do mixtapes for all artist. I remember hearing Young Dolph years ago. He had been dabbing with da Migos for a minuet, and he has came up on some super boss swag. He is doing single shows and touring. Dats raw, and he really getting it like in Track 11- "We Really Live It".

Like I always say, if anyone wishes to communicate with me, just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. Also you can email me at greatfrank87@gmail. I much prefer you snap me, because I don't check my email often. Too much spam. I'm always willing to do one free review for any talented artist. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Jadakiss' "#T5DOA" review

Awe Hell Yeah!!! D BLOCK STAY HOT!!! Once again ya boi Jada came in wit another, magnificent masterpiece for all ya brothers. His work is way above the level of any regular, that's what happens when you better. A true legend of da game, and there is no doubting his fame with Track 04 "Blockwork" ft. Styles P.

Today has been a pretty dreary day, and the sun didn't bother to come out. Then it started raining. On these kind of days, this is the kind of mixtape I pefer to listen to. I have no patience for any regular rapper, I need to listen to a top level lyricism. Jada is a radio rap God and held down his spot for years. He continued swaggin with Track 08- "Life's A Bitch" ft. Fabulous.

Now y'all know I been swaggin wit da LOX da LongWay. How you not gonna appreciate them?  There is no question of those worth. What's really crazy is they have only gotten better as time goes on. That's what happens with written grind and pure talent. He went in on Track 13- "Still Grind'n".

If any artist wishes to have a review on my blog just link up on Snapchat greatfrank87. Also you can email me at greatfrank87@gmail. I will give an honest review and swag with you. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, October 26, 2015

Mike Que- "Private Sessions" review

Awe Hell Yeah!!! Dis mixtape was macking and smacking, wit da size dats not lacking. Y'all know what I'm saying, what I mean dis mixtape epacking. Swag! I never heard of dude before, but now I know his tracks be stacking. You will know also when you hear Track 01-" Drugs From The Lake".

Once again, dis was another mixitape I randomly downloaded from Spinrilla. I download alot, and I don't do reviews for everyone. The ones I really like deserves to get recognized, because he is all real, no disguise. This mixtape will have you loving and rubbing, with Track 07- "Freakquecy" ft. Yaro.

What really got my attention was da album art. Also, although he had 11 tracks, they are short and its only 22 minuets runtime. Combined those two elements, plus the fact this is totally raw as hell, there was no way I was gonna pass on working and writing dis review. He really gets your attention and brings you into his realm with Track 06- "LifeStyle" ft. Yaro.

As all y'all know, I always to one free review for any talented artist. After that, just link up with me on Snapchat greatfrank87. That is the only app I use now a days. Also I really like Spinrilla, so you should download the app and pay for a premiere account. They have an Instrumentals radio station, and you can have unlimited downloads with the upgraded account. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Friday, October 23, 2015

Ty Dolla $ign "Airplane Mode" review

Ty releases another top notch piece, to bang in da streets. Seriously, this work was glamorous and sweet. I enjoyed listening to other tracks from him, as apposed to his radio hits. He really brings you into his world with Track 01- "Airplane Mode" prod. Ty Dolla $ign, EAZY, & Nate 3DOf D.R.U.G.S.

What I really like about Ty, is he reminds me of R. Kelly. He has a nice sound, with a legit street swag. He works with the best, and when you do that you are guaranteed success. He don't play games, and he teaching you some things in The Track 08- "One Thing" prod. Mike Will Made-It.

Now of course I have to point out how a few Tracks just cut off. It does suck, but I understand. We all in this game for the money. He is a top level earner, and you need to pay for his $wag. You gotta pay to respects to swag with a boss. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Thursday, October 22, 2015

Maxx Milano's "Lano Rondo" review

Alright now, dis mixtape was legit and it was premiere. I couldn't help but download it when I saw da album art. Once I started listening, I was immediately entrapped by his simple repetitive hooks and top notch banging Beats! He will rumble yo seat with Track 04- "Free Throw" prod Nard & B.

I found dis mixtape just browsing through Spinrilla. I go on download speed spree, and get what ever catches my eye. To me, that is money, because I do free reviews. Well I will do at least one for free, sheet after dat I need day money like in Track 02- "Bankroll Anthem" prod. Bighead.

The main reason I liked dis mixtape, because it was short. It was still swaggin. I never heard of Maxx Milano's before this, but now, I will be on da lookout for more. There is no need for lower known artist to have a mixtape with 17 Tracks. 5-9 tracks is more than encouraged. It's best you do that so you always release the newest like in Track 05- "New Thang"  prod. MexikoDro.

Like I said, I found this on Spinrilla. I like their mobil app, but I don't like how when you download mixtapes of their app, you are only able to listen on the mobile app. They don't go in the library like zip downloads. It's all swag tho, and I still use em. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Tayyib Ali's "High Tech" review

Alright now! Time to sit down and tune in to ya boi Tayyib. He went in on this mixtape, and it would be ashamed if you didn't offer him your time. I downloaded this a lil whiles ago, but I eventually listened to this masterpiece. Please believe he is winning and grinning, with joints like Track 08- "Count It Up".

This mixtape was a surprisingly swagged up piece. I was like DAM!!! I had alot of fun listening from beginning to end. Not all mixtapes catch my ear, but he took care of business putting out this one. I am surprised I have never heard of him before, but all that matters now is he hot and wet like in Track 07- "Sauce".

It's really nice to be able to give a new artist a chance, then finding out you really like them. Alot of folk only listen to what's playing on the radio, and don't even bother to look for new artist. Most of the time, they are just as good. That's alright, and that is why I blog, so folk know what hot in these streets. Contact me on snapchat greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Short Dawg a.k.a. Fresh "8 OZ" review

Awe hell yeah Short Dawg came in too legit on dis work. I mean really, I had no clue this mixtape was gonna be this good. I just downloaded it because the album art raw. I heard of Short Dawg before, but never tuned into his swag. This is amazing and You will feel what I'm saying when you hear Track 08- "¡Got".

Now what I really like about this mixtape, it's short, is lyricism is premiere, and he just a real dude from head to toe. After listening to this I became an instant fan. You can not point out which track is better, because they all 2 raw, and you will adhere agreeing hearing Track 07- "Natural" ft 2 Chainz.

Like I always say, if any artist wishes to have a review on my blog, just email me at greatfrank87@gmail or Snapchat greatfrank87. I'm always willing to put on and shoot some love. I'm on my grind and putting in overtime. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, October 19, 2015

Big K.R.I.T.'s "It's Better This Way" review

Alright now, Ya boi Krittie comes in bangin and swagin, yet again, with another masterpiece to add to his collection. You just not swaggin if you not tuned in to what he has been doing over the years. I have watched his career grow overtime, and he continues to grow and blow. There is no way you will not know when you hear Track 03- "86" prod. Big K.R.I.T.

Of course, I have to point how much of a grinder he truly is. Not many rappers are willing to make their own beats, but he does it on a high a level as any top notch producer. Alot of people think just because you hear DJ Drama chanting on the track, that he was the producer. Actually he is the narrator, and hearing him just solidifies K.R.I.T. position in the rap game. You know you will be a forever fan when you hear Track 09- "Vanilla Sky" prod. Big K.R.I.T.

I can really appreciate when an artist see's success, but is still willing to release free mixtapes. I have been growing myself, and I'm in the process of taking the next step. Everything takes time, but as long as you take steps everyday towards success, it is bound to happen. It's always gonna be haters and you just gotta learn to swerve em like in Track 06- "Shakem Off" ft. Ludacris, K Camp; prod. WOLFE de MCHLS.

Like I always say, if any artist wishes to have a review just email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com or snapchat greatfrank87. All I ask is that you have an actual finished mixtape, not just a youtube or a random complication of songs. If I like you, I will be happy to write one free review. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Saturday, October 17, 2015

Yo Gotti's "The Return" review

Awe HELL YEAH!!! Ya boi Gotti came in on his real street strong swag going stoopid hard. This has to be one of his best, but really it's hard to say which mixtape is better because they are all premiere. I have been going strong with Gotti for years now, and he is one of the largest hittas running da rap game. Swag! He stay going ham, and you will concur when you hear Track 11- "Rico Freestyle".

What I really like about Gotti is how hard he work. It's dam near impossible for me to keep up with his works. I remember a mixtape "Cocaine Musik" was released not too long ago. I downloaded it, but never got around to writing the review. You gotta respect someone when they are able to continuously release masterpieces. There is no way you will disagree when you hear Track 19- "Trap Niggas Freestyle".

See, I take alot of advise from Gotti. Although I do not move illegal drugs, I do work very hard. I am about to incorporate a production company, so everything I do is legal and legit swag. I know there is alot of loopholes and laws that you are able to swerve, as long as you report all earnings and pay the appropriate taxes. That way you are invisible to the feds, and they can't touch any of your personal assets. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Thursday, October 15, 2015

DJ Rell's "The Orange Tape" review

Awe hell yeah! Ya boi DJ Rell's really did his thing on dis mixtape, I had to go back and pay my respects. This came out back in summer, but ever since I have kept it in my library. I keep playing it because it's a great complication of tracks, for all kinds of hot artist to look out for. When something is this good it addactive, like in Track 26- "Dope Dick" by J-Perfect.

Really, this mixtape has alot of hot steamy sextain swaggin in it. That's alright because we all have urges, and if your single like me you know build up can occur. You be so lonely, that you ready to scream and blow at any time. That's why it's nice to have someone special by your side, that won't mind if you released some stress on them, like in Track 27- "50 Pack" by Lynden.

It sucks when you not swaggin with anyone. I can understand why someone would prefer to stay single, because there is alot of bullshitters out here. What sucks more is you do find someone you really like, but they flat out just don't want you. It's like your soul got stabbed, because you starting thinking about a future with that person and all of a sudden you sink into a sea of depression. Then they don't even bother to text or call like in Track 25- "Talk 2 Me" by Gunna.

I find the best way to move on from rejection is to focus yo mind of staying busy. It's no good to lay in bed all day and let those sad thoughts fester. Time heals all wounds and there is always another day, so give thanks. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Shy Glizzy's "For Trappers Only" review

Ya boi Glizzy comes in striding and priding hard on dis masterful mixtape. I mean Dam, he really went in on dis one shaking straight truth. Yet again another classis added to da Glizzy Gang, and he giving some straight truth and knowledge in Track 11- "Cancel That Bitch" ft Sauce Walka & SosaMann; prod. Zaytoven.

See, this is some straight strong swag for da streets. I always fuk with Glizzy because he keep shit real, without a deal. He know how to shut down the streets with every work he release. If I were you I would make sure you stay attentive when you hear Track 04- "Hunnit Hunnit" ft Boosie Badazz & Yo Gotti; prod. Zaytoven.

I remember a while ago I got a message on twitter from someone that claimed they was in Glizzy Gang. I no longer have twitter, because I would do way too much cut up, and had to delete it. If anyone wants to get at me now just Snapchat me greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, October 12, 2015

Soundz's "October" review

Ya boi Soundz comes in with a silky smooth tranquil like mixtape for everybody to chill to. If your a fan of The Weeknd, there is no way you will not enjoy this mixtape. I really like how he ties in the track titles with the entire October Halloween theme. You will know what I mean when you hear Track  04- "Thirtyone" ft. Quentin Miller.

This was very nice to listen to. October usually is a depressing month for some. The fall weather is a sign of winter coming, and the color of the trees and foliage can be dampening. After listening to this you will feel good about yourself, no matter your current situation. This was very well put together and you will agree when you hear Track 05- "Mind Game$" ft. King Los & Sonyae.

One last point I would like to hit, I appreciate his lyrics. He has alot of references to the club lifestyle. It specifically mean strip clubs. I recently tried to conduct business with some strippers, but I came to the realization that those kind of people have no morals. They will say anything and lead you on, just to get some money. I find it amazing that men actually give these lowlife, good for nothing women your hard earned money, just because they walk up to you naked and smile. I have nothing against strippers and tipping them, it's just you would think they would be more appreciative of the fact that they are able to pay their bills by just shaking their ass. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Saturday, October 10, 2015

Jeezy's "Politically Correct" review

Awe Hell Yeah!!! Ya boi Young came in with another dabbed up word, for da trap to swag to. SWAG!!! I have been a long time fan of Jizzel. He stepped in strong in the game, and never loses any of his fame. He is a main player in da rap game, and he rep da streets without any shame, like in Track 02- "Where Im From" Datpiff Exclusive.

Jeezy truly is a god in the hood, like his current radio banger. All da folk is willing to come out and swag with da moes, when Jizzel come to town. He shuts shit down, and all da hoes come into town. I really can not sum up the total of his influence on our generation in a simple review. I literally have kept TM: 102 in my cd payer for years now. I really love that he never swayed from his original messages and is making that corporate business $wag, and you will agree when you hear Track 03- "Round Here" Datpiff Exclusive.

I am about to take a message from young Jay and get myself legit. I am in the process of incorporating myself a business. Corporations are the best because the money never stops flowing, plus you protect yourself and will never lose your personal belongings if the business fails. All you gotta do is not get too greedy and go to jail. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Young Thug's "Slime Season" review

Woo woo Woo Woooooooo!!! Ya boi Thugga comes in wit a superior starship swag for y'all to dab to. Swag!!! Y'all know damn well you gonna charge up and go ham. How could you not swag up, by hearing what ya boy saying in Track 02- "Quarterback" ft. Quavo, Offset, & PeeWee LongWay; prod. Sonny Digital.

What I like about Thugga is dat he work hard and continue to rise. It's crazy how much higher he has rose, in such short time. I remember I did a review on his earlier tape "Thugga Thugga", and dat shit was Cold! Back then nobody knew who he was, now he hooked up with Baby and he took off. We should all strive to get on his level like in Track 18 " Wanna Be Me" prod. London On Da Track.

 I am on my own hustle right now, and working hard everyday. I am about to start a film production company, and film all kinds of swag. I'm in the beginning stages, and everything takes time. I'm sure I will be successful, and if you would like to know more just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, October 6, 2015

DJ Logikal's "Epillz Instrumentals" review

Please come and enjoy these tranquil and relaxing beats, for you to get off your feet. This is something you play when you trying to wind down after a hard day of work, and you just need something to relax. DJ Logikal really did his thing with these beats, and I sure hope yall look him up so you can purchase some. How would you not wanna buy his swag after hearing Track 03- "Life Is But A Dream".

How I came to download these beats, is I went on Livemixtapes and searched instrumentals. This is literally the only one that comes up. I don't understand why more producers don't follow his lead and do the same thing. It's great exposure and allows you to build a fan base. Producers hit me up all the time talking about visit my website and buy my beats. None of them say go download my mixtape, and if you like em then buy my beats. It's all good tho and I'm sure change is coming like in Track 01- "Change Up".

Like I always say, I am always willing to write one free review for any artist; but just like how producers charge for beats, I have to charge for a review. I will hook you up and give a discount. We all out here hustling, and nothing moves unless that monetary exchange partakes. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Saturday, October 3, 2015

Lil Herb's "Ballin Like I'm Kobe" review

CHICAGO STAND UP!!! Hold it down and represent for ya boi G Herbo, as he comes in with a solidly strapping street banger. He is currently the biggest up and coming Chiraq rapper. It's because he has alot of love coming from all neighborhoods. You gotta stay squad up and stay working hard to make it happen, and he gives you the formula in Track 06- "Gang" ft. Lil Bibby; prod. DJ L.

Let me remind yall, I do not live in the trenches. I stay in the suburbs where everything is pretty chill. I don't hear gunshots on a daily biases, that is the least of my worries. After listening to this mixtape, it allows you to appreciate and respect the struggle these brothers go through. It really sucks they have to go through what they do, especially knowing they only live about 20 minuets from where I am. You gotta be mindful and remind yourself sometimes like in Track 09- "Remember" ft. The Mind; prod. Austin Millz.

Another thing I can not fully comprehend, is why there is so much violence. Since I am not part of all that bafoolery, it seems foolish to inflict pain and misery on another. We all know we live in a trap, and the legal system does everything to keep you locked up if your skin is black. To me it would seem much more sensible to say fuck all that clique shit, and team up. Everybody needs put their personal motives aside, and for the greater good learn to sacrifice . Until that happens things are always gonna be hard like in Track 13- "Struggle" prod. Young & Fly.

I have never associated myself with any of the street gangs, but I do have a squad never the less. We are the "Swagin Swaggers" (with 1 g in da first swag and 2 g's in da second swag). You can find us playing Clash of Clans. The app you can download and play for free. We go to war all the time, and nobody gets hurt. I know alot of street hustlers view that as lame, but what's lame to me is dying before I turn 30, over some silly street beef. It's not enough time in the day, and way too much money in these streets. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Friday, October 2, 2015

Young Roddy & T.Y's "Bendin Corners" review

Awe man, Ya boi Roddy come in with a simply silky soothing mixtape for all yall to chill to. I didn't hesitate to download this once I noticed it. The Jets set the bar on what it means to have a quality mixtape. This is nice for anybody out there on there grind, and you will now how to make it happen when you hear Track 03- "Back To Back".

I don't know much about T.Y., but after listening to this mixtape I will be on the lookout for future works. I know it can be hard to get recognition, but he made the right decision working with da Ruler. This was short with only 5 tracks, but I prefer mixtape like this because you can listen to the entire work while commuting to where you have to be. We all gotta go to work somewhere and you will know it when you hear Track 05- Shops Open".

This month is October and last year I participated in Sober October. I did not smoke or drink for the entire month. I already took the entire month of August off without smoking, so I'm not %100 sure if I will stop all of this month, but I am willing to take another break for a short swag. Its all good to stop for a while and clear your mind and get your priorities in order. Just try and see what happens. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Tuesday, September 29, 2015

DJ Genius "Slumchat 2" review

Woo woo Woo WOO wooooo! Ya boi DJ Genius came in wit some dabbed down tracks to get you swaggin. Swag! I was instantly intrigued by this mixtape because of the title and the cover art. I like listening to these DJ mixes,  because they hook you up wit the newest hottest tracks well before those official release. I mean you will really be fining when you hear Track 15 "Pour Up" by Sizzle Money Addict; prod Zaytoven.

Now let me say, how I downloaded this mixtape. I used Spinrilla, and I really like there mobile app. When you download a mixtape from them, you don't have to extract the file. It's just you gotta use the Spinrilla app player to listen. I know it can be confusing for someone who is not familiar with zip files to extract the music, and that's not right like in Track 13- "Aint Right" by Lil Herb ft Lil Durk.

I'm going to do more of these DJ mixes, because I sometimes will do an old mixtape thinking it's new. When you get hooked to good DJ you are able to recognize who they work with and stay with all da new hot tracks. It's all in the name work DJ Genius. Also I really like the title because I use Snapchat alot. You can email me at greatfrank87@gmail, or I much prefer you hit up my Snapchat greatfrank87. Please download the app, and learn how to use it. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Monday, September 28, 2015

Gucci Mane's "Trapology" review

Awe Dam! WOO!!! Ya boi Gucci don swagged a dab days gonna make him some racks. Sure he still locked up, again, but it's alright because he a giant and he finna break some of those prison walls down with Track 09- "Break Down" ft. Daz Dillinger & Sy Ari Da Kid; prod. 808 Mafia.

What I like about Gucci, is pretty much everything. He is by far the hardest working man to ever swag his dab on any Track. He is a hero to most everyone in my generation. He know how to keep any party going, and you can not doubt anything he says after you hear Track 05- "Born With It" ft. Soulja Boy.

Now, I know there have been reports that Guwop his about to get out early, but that was a bunch of bullshit. We need to swag up and get Gucci out NOW!!! Not two years from now, but muther fucking immediately. Fuck dat shit, niggas just gotta gun up and go get ya boi. Hey, it is what it is, dis some bullshit and they just trying to keep us enslaved. I'm pissed and I'm really filling like getting back on my mad swag and do some no swag after hearing Track 02- "New Gun" ft. Young Dolph & Lil Reese.

I love Gucci because he fuk wit all da folk like in Track 08- "Bitches Ain't Shit" ft. Lil B The Basedgod, Sy Ari Da Kid, & Riff Raff. He is intuned with how to take over, and too many folk is lazy and not making money. Y'all just putting in the weakest amount of effort. Slow Swag! Just get to work like Gucci and you will always win. Thank You for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Saturday, September 26, 2015

Young Dro's "Hell Cat" review

Da Bankhead boi comes in with a pleasurably charming mixtape to update all his fans goon to. He teams up with the king of all beats Zaytoven, and we all know that you never fail with him on your side. I love that aside from all his past success, he is still the same with those daffy loony lyrics. I have loved him since "Best Thang Smoking" and you will too when you hear Track 06- "So Up".

You gotta pay your respect to Dro, because he is one of the original Atlanta rappers. He helped put that city on top. He came in with da PSC click and had a strong hold for some time. It does seem to appear as if his fame has dwindled since the begging, but never the less I still enjoy listening. It's the same Dro, but I could tell that he is influenced by the new school. There is no doubt that your gonna fell what he says after hearing Track 09- "Longest".

This mixtape came out about a month ago, and I'm just now getting around to writing a review. I do my best to get every artist I can, but it's alot of music being released everyday. It's virtually impossible to get to all of them, so if any artist wishes to have a review please email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com or snapchat greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Friday, September 25, 2015

TBK Beats "Instrumentals Vol. 1" review

Awe hell yeah these are some Beats, that will ensure that you tap yo feet. Seriously after I downloaded this I was like DAM!!! I WAS SWAGGIN!!! I was tuned in and flowing da hole time, and you will be zooming and blowing when you hear Track 07- "Hungry For More".

Now understand, these are some turned up Beats. Dis some stuff you listen when you trying to swag up and get ready for dat action. It's about to be peak season and time to charge up for da holiday season. $WAG!!! I the time is now and you will comply when you hear Track 01- "Champion".

I download instrumentals mixtapes all da time. I don't understand why more producers just make these and give people a sample. I do know alot of them have websites, but what I like is a downloadable mixtape, that I can play as I'm driving. I use WiFi, thus I can't stream as I drive. It's all swag tho and everyone concurs with Track 06- " The Force".

If any produce wants to meet me, or send me some beats to listen to, just email me at greatgivek87@gmail.com or hit up my Snapchat greatfrank87. I'm always willing to give my opinion, and show some love. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Thursday, September 24, 2015

Kidd Jay "The Trenchez" review

Aright now, it's time I got back to doing reviews for new hot artist, that got what it takes to make it big. Kid Jay came in this mixtape well prepped and masterly tuned. Although it was a little lengthy, I swagged it and enjoyed it from beginning to end. You are sure to tune in to Track 04- "To Da Money" ft. Savage Beezy & Champ; prod. NickEBeats.

I found this mixtape by my brother. He was listening to some tracks on YouTube and Jay started playing. I was immediately enamored, because he has a nice Migos dab to his flow. I wouldn't be surprised if he freestyled most of his tracks. This was wonderful lyrics from begging to end. The track that totally got my attention was Track 18- "Rapper Weed" prod. Street Empire.

Now I always gotta be 100, I was kind of annoyed by those long ass intros before the track played. Also, 18 tracks is way to many for a newbie artist. Most people are not gonna bother to listen to all of them, but I'm a blogger and this is my profession. I take this very serious and listen to every track. Just get straight to spittin da hot fire on those tracks, and everything will swag like in Track 13- "Rockin" prod. TheBeatPlug.

I know lately I have been writing alot of reviews on the big name artist, but that is mainly due to nobody requesting reviews. All you gotta do is email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com or snapchat greatfrank87. I appreciate all artist, and it's nice to catch them early and watch them grow over the years. All you gotta do is be original and keep going, and the sky is the limit. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Migos' "Back To The Bando" review

Alright now, yall know ya boys gonna come in strong on every work they release. It's been a minuet since I last heard on they dabs. SWAG!!! Well not really, I wrote a review of their last album "Young Rich Nation" but I waited a whiles. Personally, I think this work is a lil better, but they get back to the basics by coming out with premiere tracks for everyone to slang, and you will when you hear Track 08- "Slanging" prod. Zaytoven.

What I really like is they don't sway from their roots. They know what made them famous, and they continue to come out with the same magical tracks as usual. I mean really, I don't understand how anybody out there could possible hate on these guys. I can understand that you can't please everyone, but most folk is dabbing to what they be swaggin. Woo! Yall know what I mean when you hear Track 12- "Pamela" prod. Zaytoven.

I don't understand why so many people say they don't like them. Their reason is everything they makes sounds the same. Well what do you expect? What you want them to come out with a country album? Naw dat wouldn't swag. These young rich niggards are not stupid, and they would be outside their mind to change anything. Just stick to what you know and you are sure to glow, and you will know after you hear Track 02- "Back To The Bando" prod. Zaytoven.

Let me say, when I wrote my review on "Young Rich Nation", I had no clue that Offset was locked up. I'm not sure if he is still now, but it would suck if he was. Everybody was so happy when he was released. It doesn't make sense, because it is reported that they found him with guns. He is rich and has plenty of body guards and they carry all the weapons.  I wouldn't doubt it if that was a set up, and he didn't have anything on him at all. See, there is alot of people that hate it that these brothers are getting legit rich. They will do anything to stop their success, because young black men are not suppose to be rich. We suppose to be dead by the age of 20, or locked up. A free black man is poison to society, and a rich one is even more chaotic. That's because we are our own source of wealth, and we don't have to ask like in Track 09- "Asking For Money" prod. Zaytoven.

I'm always willing to write reviews for any artist. Just email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com or snapchat greatfrank87. I need all the help I can get, because I know there are alot of people out there that wish I would stop and give up. I tried to google my blog, and for some reason it did not show. I don't understand why I wouldn't because I paid and I own this domain. If you notice you don't have to write the blogspot in the web address any more, now it's just GreatFranksPlace.com. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, September 21, 2015

Sy Ari Da Kid "The Sy Ari Mix 2" review

Alright now, ya boi Sy Ari Da Kid comes in with a super nice mixtape for all y'all to flame up with. I have never listened to any of his mixtapes, but I am familiar with his name. I always see him posting new mixtapes, also I constantly see him doing features on other artist work. You know damn well he da man after you hear Track 15- "Man In My City" ft. Quentin Miller.

Now let me say, I literally have seen this guy posting mixtapes for years now. I have no clue why this is the first one I have downloaded. What I like about an artist like him, he knows he is talented and worth something. It shows alot of character to keep going, so everybody will l be knowing. Persistence and patience are key to any success. You gotta come hard everyday like in Track 04- "Back 2 Back".

I am going to take a lesson from ya boi Sy, and stay persistent with these reviews. I know occasionally it can be a no swag to constantly hit someone up, but I am just trying to do what I can to be successful. If anybody out there has any complaints please email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com or Snapchat greatfrank87.  Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Friday, September 18, 2015

MPA Duke's "Lil Duke" review

Alright now, ya boi comes in steady and ready for you to vibe with all his tracks. I haven't listened to any work from Duke, but I am familiar with his swag from listening to PeeWee LongWay. I really like how he give you some good advise, so you know how to keep ya mind right. You be sure to stay focused when you hear Track 03- "Stay Focused" ft. Young Thug; prod. Wheezy.

Now this is a piece for anyone to listen to. There is no way you wont see what the MPA squad is about. They get dat $wag, and I always try to make sure I hear all their artist. You just gotta sit back and relax on some medical remedies, and you are sure to feel heavenly. You will feel what I mean when you hear Track 05- "On My Vibe" ft. Travi$ Scott; prod. Travi$ Scott.

I know there is alot of artist out there, and I try my best to get to all of them in a timely fashioned. It's hard in these streets and I gotta receive mines. If any artist wishes to have a review, please email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com or snapchat greatfrank87. I will get back at you in due time. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Thursday, September 17, 2015

Johnny Cinco & Hoodrich Pablo Juan's "Poppi Seed Connect Da Grand Hu$$le" review

Jonny Cinco and Hoodrich Pablo Juan teams up with DJ Durel, and comes in with a substantially stout mixtape, that has a nice slow flow for you, to make sure you know. Please understand I have been listening to J Cinco for a good minuet now, and he has kept going and made it happen. You gotta do what you gotta do like it Track 08- "Trap Out The Store" ft. Sosa Man.

I believe when I downloaded this mixtape, I saw 3 new mixtapes that all featured Johnny's work. That is amazing and a sign of a true hustler. I just downloaded the one with DJ Durel, because I remember how good he did Migos' "Rich Nigga Timeline". I haven't listened to Hoodrich Pablo Juan that much, but I do plan on tuning more in the future. You will know how to appreciate them when you hear Track 06- "Knew That".

As I listen to this, I constantly ask myself why is Johnny's rap all drawn out. It sounds like he is always out of breath at the end of every verse. I hope everything is ok, but it adds a nice individual aspect to his music. Nobody will sound like him, and that is a nice quality to his tracks. It doesn't matter because he is the man and get alot like in Track 03- "Who Got It Pablo".

I am always willing to listen to a wide variety of mixtapes. If you  know anybody who sounds nice please tell em about my blog. If they wish to have their mixtape reviewed just email me at greatfrank87 or snapchat me at greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Jahlil Beats x CRMC's "God's Plan" review

All hell yeah this mixtape had everything anyone could ask for. A good amount of hour long bangers for da streets, plus some sweet swag for ya dip. This was pretty interesting piece to listen to from beginning to end and you should hear Track 08- "Tweek".

Now let me be truthful. The only reason I downloaded this mixtape was because of Jahlil Beats. Really I just thought it was a instrumentals, but it's just some others dudes. I didn't mind listening, but I wasn't paying to much attention to da lyrics. It's all swag tho, and you will feel me in Track 09 -" Vibes".

I did look CRMC up and found his twitter. I don't have twitter anymore, but I been thinking of making a new one. It good to see a young gunna do his thang. Keep it booming y'all and everything will swag. Things are sure to blow when you hear Track 04- "iSwear".

Like I always say if any artist wishes to reach me just hmu greatfrank87@gmail.com or Snapchat me at greatfrank87. I'm always willing to listen to anybody mixtape and if it's good then you might get a review! Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Juicy J "100% Jucie" review

Juicy J comes in yet again with another sweet piece for all da young gunnas to swag to. Y'all know this ledgend never fails to get the party going with all his tracks. All you need is the proper party favors, and everything will swag like in Track 03- " Beans And Lean" prod. Sonny Digital.

I'm sure at this point there is no denying what Juice gor to offer. He works so much and never fails to disappoint. I have been tuned into everything since I was a little boy. He is a real OG like in Track 14 "Real" prod .South side & 808 Mafia.

Another reason I really respect this award winning artist is he drops alot of knowledge. There are alot of no good females out here that will lie all day long. They have no clue how to be honest people, because it's deeply embedded in their corroded soul to just lie and be bogus. All you can do is relax, and pay attention to what he gotta say in Track 06- "You Knew" prod. Sonny Digital.

I'm trying my best everyday to grow. Sure I'm not that flashy or pretty to look at, but Looks are not everything. There are many quality's about person that trump physical attractive, but many are not able to comprehend. It's all swag tho. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Monday, September 14, 2015

Chief Keef "Almighty DP 2" review

Awe hell yeah ya boi came in stoopid strong on dis mixtape. Swag! Of course Sosa never fails to deliver, but it's been a minuet since I wrote my last review. It's all good because I know that he has been doing his thing, and you will agree when you hear Track 02- "Bag" prod. DP Beats.

What I like about Kieth is that he never fails to make it happen. I mean seriously, he has all kinds of legal troubles and street beefs. It don't matter to him though, he keeps working and doing shows getting dat monifa. Swag! It's just not right that he keep going and he concurs in Track 05- "Fair" prod. DP Beats.

I haven't written a review for Sosa in a good minuet. I used to have alot of issues, and all that was a bunch of no swag. Now I appreciate his music, and keep all that stupid swag in da past swag. There is too much dumb shit out here trying to catch you up. Just be about your money, and tune in to what he has to say in Track 03- "Bands" prod. DP Beats.

You really gotta respect Chief Keef's influence on a generation of youth. He is a staple in the music industry, whether you like it or not. Although he was dropped from his label, his music still reigns at all house parties and hood clubs. Well at least in da Chi dats how is. We all still love Sosa, and you should to. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Saturday, September 12, 2015

Rick Ross"Black Dollar" review

Ricky Rosa comes in with a strong street rich swag for all ya real hustlers to grind to. Y'all know what I mean when I say that this MMG heavy hitta never fails to deliver on any piece. With 17 legit bomb tracks, you will agree when you hear Track 08- "World's Finest".

I have been a fan Ricky for years now, and I remember when I pruchased "Port Of Miami". I was banging that all summer. You just gotta be part of the squash squad to understand. Its a life style, and  for you to catch up just listen to Track 05- "Money & Powder".

I know alot of folk don't respect Da Boss bc he was a prison guard before becoming a respected rapper.  I don't care and I love his enter swag.  Its good to see him trying to lose weight, but some folk look better big.  Its all swag. I never believe in lying, but sometimes you gotta tell a fib or two to get where you need to go, and you will concur when you hear Track 13- "Beautiful Lie" ft. Wale. 

Everything seems to be going in the right direction for me, and like in Track 12- "Take Advantage" ft. Future, it's time for me to take advantage and make sometime of myself while I'm still relatively young. It was my birthday yesterday and I realized I'm only getting older. Everything will swag in due time. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place. 

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Future's "Official White Label" review

All hell yeah! Ya know that ya boi go stupid hard on every last one of these 19 tracks. You better have some strong endurance, and be ready to go for well over a hot sizzling steamy swag hour. You better start getting like Future and go hard like in Track 14- "Go Harder".

You can really appreciate it when a major artist of his status is willing to feed da streets with what we need. Sometimes, it's just about beasting up and surviving the game. Do what you gotta do for ya loved ones, so just weather the storm and you will be all right. Just get motivated by Track 11- " Hell N Back" ft. Pill.

You gotta realize that reaching success is not easy by any means. You gotta put in hella work and take care of yo business. As long as you work everyday and reach towards a goal, there is no way you won't be Rich $Wag! SWAG! You gotta be the C.E.O. if your company like in Track18- "Made Myself A Boss".

It' s been fun writing these reviews over the years, and I love all the artist who are trying to make something of themselves. I do this as a free promotional service. I used to ask for donations but that didn't swag, but it's all swag. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Lupe Fiasco's "Pharoah Height" review

Ya boi Lupe comes in with a strong cerebral swag for all da geeks and freaks, to make us think. It's a lot of artist who are scared to go dis deep. They know that speaking da truth could harm their reputation possibly. Lupe don't care, and you better pay attention to what he spittin in Track 06- "Schemes".

Now let me say, this is a piece that you gotta pay attention to. You gotta really open ya mind to these logistical lyrics. This not some mixtape that is just raw because the beats. This work is for a true intellect, not a fool in da streets. You will be convinced when you hear Track 02- " Valleys".

A lot of us know that we are royalty. There are some black folk that lower themselves because of what they do and how they live. Constantly lying and doing people bogus is not a proper way to live. It's all about how much you give. It's not right to just blow someone off, with no consideration for others feelings. Only a stupid fool would not believe in karma, because it is real as can be. Is best to stay on your king shit like in Track 04- " Kings".

I have been listening to ya boi for years now. Not often that he comes out with a free mixtape ,because he has a large fanbase that would be happy to purchase any of his albums. Even my uncle bought his album and he 50. Truth just can't be dismissed or denied. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Trey Songs "Intermission" review

Trizzy comes in smooth, with some really good grooves. Swag! Y'all know how ya boi do, and please believe he gettin dem panites. SWAG! I have been a fan for years, but this my first review for one of his mixtape. I love dis kinda tape because he makes the best bedroom music, and you will agree when you hear Track 04- "Good Girls vs Bad Girls" (DatpiffExclusive).

You gotta understand that I want a girlfriend, and have been wanting one for years now. Really I was waiting for this one sexy swag, but things just didn't swag. It's all good and if she ever decide to call, I would be willing to talk like in Track 05- " Talk About It"(DatpiffExclusive).

I'm not some regular dude. Everything that's comes with me, is part of a full package, that is full of all kinds of swag goodies. Swag! After listening to this tape I'm able to understand how to eliminate all the no swag in my life, and just go forth for da betta. I'm willing to make some changes just like in Track 06- "Change" (DatpiffExclusive).

Just like I always say if you wanna contact me just email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com, or hit up my Snapchat greatfrank87. I'm always willing to listen to some new artist mixtape and possibly write a review. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Sunday, September 6, 2015

21 Savage "Free Guwop" review

21 Savage comes in with some straight hood shit, for all the young gunnas to bang to. The street life isn't pretty by any means, and when you hear this mixtape there is no doubt that 21 gives a proper illustration to what everything is about. It can be hard to leave that life alone, and you will know why when you hear Track 03- "One Foot" prod. Sonny Digital.

Truthfully, I originally downloaded this mixtape because I thought it was Gucci Mane's work because Guwop is in the title. Once I started listening to him I was captured by his ferociously barbaric lyrics, and his gruff harsh sounding voice really gels with what he has to say. You will know what's swaggin when you hear Track 05- "Red Opps" prod. Sonny Digital.

Let it be known that I am NOT a proponent of violence. I don't know where 21 Savage is from, but here in Chiraq it's pretty popular to live the savage life. It's mainly due to the music and an unbroken cycle of dejection and misery for black people. I watch DJ Akademiks Youtube videos, and I like how he breaks down the facts to all this wretchedness. You just gotta understand, that lifestyle eventually leads to prison. So many artist I have wrote reviews for are now locked up because they can't let it go. It's tough, but anything is possible when you have God on your side. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Saturday, September 5, 2015

Gucci Mane "King Gucci" review

What ya know about ya boi Gucci Mane coming in whiles locked up. That's because he is a real hustler, and is able to continuously feed his fans even when he is locked up. I heard that he was suppose to be getting out soon, but that was just rumors. It's all good because he gonna have you busting and lusting when you hear Track 06- "Put Some Wood In Her" prod. FKI.

I really hate that Gucci is still locked up and wont be out until December 2016. That is what happens when you live the street life and you about that no swag. I mean, it's alright to be street, but there is no reason just to be bogus. It's alot of people who have no morals and will do anything just for petty cash. Gucci is really spitting some truth on Track 09- "I Hate Hoes" ft. Lil Flash; prod. DJ Plugg.

Even though Gucci is still locked up, his word still supreme among the land. It's damn near impossible not to be a fan. Of course, everything is not for everybody, but if you a real nigg then you will naturally vibe to all his swag. Even a Justin Bieber fan will love Guwop's squad, and you will also when you hear Track 05- "Ice Cream" ft. Migos; prod. Zaytoven.

Just a reminder to all of my readers that if you wish to contact me just email me at greatfrank87@gmail.com. I can use all the help I can get spreading the word about my blog. I love giving reviews for highly talented unknown artist so just ask and I will be happy to help promote with a review. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Friday, September 4, 2015

PeeWeeLongWay "MPA." (Money-Pounds-Amunition) review

Woo Woo Wooo WOOT!!!!! What you know about LongWay? You not swaggin to da swag if you not fuckin WOOT ya boi. SWAG!  Ev Everybody that somebody, knows damn well that dis nigga COLD!!! I been swaggin wit ya boi for a minuet now, and you will love him on Track 04- "Outta Here" ft. Quavo; prod. By Zay Man.

I have been living looking for a new work from PeeWay for a long second. I remember the "Lobby Runners" swag, and that way raw as all fuk. SWAG! I'm just saying y'all don't know if y'all simply not swaggin so just listen to Track 07- "Extortion" ft. Offset; prod. BeatMonster Marc.

What's really nice about LongWay is far he never fails to go ham on any Track. I mean damn! DIS NIGGA COLD!!! If you not listening to da truth dat ya boi spittin deb you need to start wit Track 12- "Ain't Here For That" ft. MPA Head; prod. DJ Plugg.

I have really been trying to get back on my grizzy writing these reviews. I work really hard every day, and I'm just trying to get paid. $wag! One way or da others. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Thursday, September 3, 2015

Curren$y's "Cathedral" review

Spitta come's in with a superb short swag for all y'all to relax-n-ride to. He never fails to please,when you listen to him, you will always be happy. Swag! I never go a period without showing some love from above and you won't either when you hear Track 04- "Like Five Duece Four Trey".

What folk don't realize is how impactful Spitta has been to the game. He has one of the most respected and powerful words that control most folk thoughts. You gonna get a lot of knowledge and know what's really $waggin to some rack$ when you hear Track 03-" Gold".

It's really nice when successful artist never sway away from what got em to where they at. It's harm being humble, especially when you have achieved so much and receive so little in return. It's all good because God got our backs, and always returns good deeds with some swag. Everything comes in due time. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Wednesday, September 2, 2015

2 Chainz "Trap-A-Velli Tre" review

2 Chainz comes in with a sure top knotch hood bangers for all the trap to bunk to. SWAG! It's impossible to not allow yourself to be trapped by his raw ass flow. He only spits real on everything he puts out, and you will know when you hear Track 05- "BFF" prod. Zaytoven.

I believe I heard him on the radio promoting this new tape. I was shocked because most artist only promote something they gonna get paid for. This is not a piece for the radio, but the streets will defiantly respond to what he giving for all his peoples. Gotta stay true to the street and you will agree when you hear Track 04- "Everything I Know" prod. Nard & B.

I know alot of folk don't agree with everything that Titi Boi was spittin. It's unfortunate that so many get caught up with all the bogusiness of the street. People get caught up with these whack drugs that will have you strung out on some bad swag. It sucks but alot of those people are sick and need their medicine. Just keep God on your side, and you will be able to make it through anything just like how he do in Track 13- "El Chapo Jr." prod. Two7teen.

It's alot of bullshit that life gives. We not guaranteed anything, but it's important not to let any failures keep you down. There is always a new day, and we all gotta keep swaggin to stay above the whack swag. Just take care of you and your loved ones and everything will swag. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Rich The Kid " Flexxin On Purpose" review

Now y'all know I'm gonna swag with one of the strongest hittas in da game. Rich always comes legit, with all his shit. Swag! I'm always listening to his mixtapes and you will be a forevern fan after you hear Track 08- " Tell Me What You Like" ft. Ty Dolla $ign.

For some reason there is still a supple amount of haters out here. For some reason there is a lot of no swaggers that's not vibing with Rich. I don't know why because he always working with top notch artist. He come strong with cold tracks like Track 10-  " Keep It 100" ft Fetty Wap; prod. Zaytoven.

What I really like about him is he keeps coming stronger and harder. He is able to keep it up because he stay working. It's a lot of lazy folk that don't do shit, but run their mouths. Those folk all good, but its best to not let em get you down. Stay busy and grinding like on Track 12- " What You Been Doin'" prod. Cassius Jay.

I been taking some lessons from what Rich been giving to da street. If you gonna smoke like in Track 14- " Check Out The Dab" it's best to just vape. They sell em everywhere now just buy a Dry herb vape pen and you all swag. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.



If you notice that's a Datpiff link. I squashed my beef with them so its all swag. SWAG!!!

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Migos' "Young Rich Nation" review

Yall know what it is. Another swagged out piece from da boys from da south that spit da magic out dey mouth. This is defiantly up to par with what they continue to do on a regular biases. I expect nothing less from these guys and neither should you. You will know who is bossing when you hear Track 03- "Dab Daddy".

Now let me be 100. I have been vibing with these guys for a good whiles now. It's at a point now where I am not shocked or astonished because this is what these guys do. It's just part of there natural selves. These are some young brothers that will never fail to please because they are some kings and you will believe when you hear Track 04- "Spray The Champagne".

Now I'm about to really be 100. The only thing that does disappoint me is there apparent stunt in their growth. I don't mean in physical height, I'm talking about their overall rise. This was suppose to be an official album, but I can't purchase it in the stores. I'm listening to this on soundcloud.  Sure you do hear them on the radio occasionally, but these guys need to be played like Drake. It's been years now that I have been enamored by their talent, but talent isn't enough. You gotta get help from outside sources to keep growing. You will know what it is when you hear Track 05- "Street Nigga Sacrifice".

I'm learning this lesson of growing myself. I'm always trying to do things myself, and very little has changed. I'm still virtually broke, writing reviews for free. Sure I got a job, but it doesn't pay shit. No swag. I'm still going because I'm still alive and have no choice but to fight to survive. Everything takes time and I'm pretty patient. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Thursday, July 23, 2015

Chedda Da Connect's "Chedda World" review

Alright now, Chedda Da Connect teams up with DJ Scream and comes in with a super swagged up mixtape for all yall to know whats up. After hearing this, there is no doubt you will be an instant fan of him for years to come. No one hit wonder around these parts, and he is sure to keep his success coming with joints like Track 05- "Diamonds" ft. Kirko Bangz; prod. Lyton Scott.

Honestly I just downloaded this mixtape out of pure curiosity. We all know his current hit "Flicka Da Wrist" that is currently burning up the radio waves. When I first heard it I thought it was Young Thug's track, but after hearing this mixtape there is no way I will confuse the two. What I really like about this work is how he stays in the same swag. He stays on task and keeps you captivated with Track 13- "Scoring" ft. T. Wayne.

Really what makes this mixtape special is the beats. Chedda obviously knows how to select top notch tunes that will intrigue your inspirations. Plus he works with the best in the game, Zaytoven, and we all know when you work with him reward and prosperity is the result of your labor. Just relax and let this mixtape swag you up with Track 03- "Texas Tea" prod. Zaytoven.

I would be wrong if I didn't let yall know what's going on with me. I been working hard trying my best to ignore the haters and stay in my lane. It's alot of upgrades I'm trying to will better things into my life and everything takes patience and persistence. I want to thank all of yall that have supported me over the years. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Saturday, July 18, 2015

Famous Dex's "Never Seen It Coming" review

Famous Dex teams teams up with DJ Amaris to release another premier swag for all the real folk to vibe to. Yall know I wouldn't suggest that you listen to garbage, so please makes sure that you tune into what Dex gotta say. He will always keep Chi Town niggs coasting and floating when they hear Track 08- "Duh Dummy"prod. G-Town Beats.

What I love the most about home grown artist is they all know how to keep it swaggin. It's just something that happens. We all be on our grown man shit and its all good. Works like this is just a sample of what this city has to offer and you will be witness to the greatness when you hear Track 01- " Your Fault" prod. By Scifi.

I try not to be biased, but I'm always willing to show love to some real niggs that keep it trill. SWAG! Yall know what I'm talking about. I never understand why anybody would not want to listen to what Chiraq has to offer. He always bunking and jumping. SWAG!!! I make sure that yall know how to come up on some serious $wag, and please believe you will when you hear Track 04- "Ring Ring" ft. Ayoo KD.

I have really been grinding and things are looking too good for me. Of course there will be some people that will do their part to try and stop you, but all you gotta do is keep swaggin and everything will swag. All  you gotta do is take care of your loved ones and stay on top of business. Your haters should be your motivators. Just keep swaggin and thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Sunday, July 12, 2015

Billionaire Black's "Out The Blue" review

Awe Swag Swag, SWAG SWAG!!! Billionaire Black comes in with another swag to make sure that yall stay true to the streets. He never fails to make sure you have a good time, and please believe he has been on his grind. I have always loved what he offers and make sure that all Chiraq niggs come through and be on they swag shit. I really love this brother, and you will too when you hear Track 05- "Off The Drugs".

I have been tuning into what Billionaire what has to offer for years now. He has always done features for many top notch artist, on a numerous amount of tracks. Home grown artist know what it takes to come up and rise above all the no swag that goes on every day. We out here doing everything we can to survive, because anything can happen and eventually everybody dies. Just keep swaggin and you will feel him on Track 07- "Real Nigga" ft. Frenchie BSM.

Now what you really need to know about Billionaire is that he is a true nigg. He is the muthafuchin shit and you would be a damn fool to think otherwise. All Chicago niggs know what I'm talking bout because we all listen to his raw ass shit. I understand that not everybody is worthy of doing big shit, but Billionaire is different and has proven himself time and time again and deserve his proper crenditals. You will make sure you respect him when you hear Track 10- "The Sun".

I have been on some other swag right now. Things are cray cray and I had to make some moves, but please believe everything be swaggin. I'm not sure if you noticed, but I recently deleted my twitter page. Just trying to swag to different levels that will benefit me greatly, so if anybody would like to contact me just email me at GreatFrank87@gmail.com. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.