Thursday, February 19, 2015

Juicy J's "Blue Dream And Lean 2" Review

MAFIA!!! Juicy J does what he does on a regular by releasing another work sure to keep you going from the start to end. He deserves all the praise possible from every aspect of hip hop greatness. Throughout the years the only thing that has changed about his swag is how much he grew in popularity. That's what happens when you stay grinding like in Track 07- "Workin Hard" prod. Key Wane.

Soon as I saw the plug for this new release I couldn't wait to hear. You wouldn't expect an Oscar winning artist to release a mixtape. He is a staple in hip hop history, and did his part to make sure that Memphis stays important. Now he is rolling with the Taylor Gang movement continuing to making major moves, and you will vibe to every joint like on Track 16- "Whole Thang" ft. Wiz Khalifa; prod. Juicy, Lil Awree, Crazy Mike.

For all the aspiring artist out there who wish to make it big should use Juicy J as an example on how to do it. He has a new album coming out soon so be on the lookout. There is no stopping the hustle. Sure you will go through periods where things are not going to well, but as long as you stay swaggin there is no way you will fail. Just stay focused on the task at hand and execute the plan and one day you will be the man like in Track 03- "Throw Dem Racks" prod. Jahlil Beats.

Like I always say if anybody wishes to have a review on my blog just let me know by email I take my time now a days and will listen to it eventually. I have plenty of readers that will listen and enjoy what you have to offer. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Nipsey Hussle's "Mailbox Money" review

Nipsey Hussle continues on releasing top notch works on a monthly bases for everybody to enjoy his talents. This is a true master of the mixtape game, and he never fails to surprise and amaze. Not many can grind on his level, but those who can are different like in Track 04- "That's How I Knew" prod. SAP. Kick in J.

Seriously Nipsey releases a mixtape almost every other month. That is the sign off a true grinder that stays on top of his swag. I wrote a review on one of his last tapes "King Nipsey" about a year ago. It was real nice, and so is everything else he made. I really know what he means when he is counting up like in Track 05- "Count Up That Loot" prod. Drewbyrd.

Another thing I enjoyed is how he kept everything in proper respects. On Track 15- "Overtime" prod. Ralo: 1500 Or Nothing, Nips is spitting some real talk. Everything that's happens in life may not be fair, but at least you still living. That's all you can truly be grateful for, so be sure to always give thanks. Thank you for visiting Great Franks Place.


Sunday, February 15, 2015

Jay-One's "Reinvention Of Self" review

Alright now here goes an proper artist for all of yall to vibe to. I had this mixtape in my library for some time now, and I been swaggin. I really appreciate being introduced to a work of this quality. His rymhes and beats are one point, and he will get anybody in the mood to swag with joints like Track 05- "Lay It Down".

I have to be honest, I been listening to this mixtape for some time now. It took a while for me to actually tune in and hear what Jay had to say, but once I did it was really swaggin. I get request from some artist that make horrible music, but this one had me all enamored because he really goes in and doesn't hold back. If you don't mind hearing about raunchy descriptive sex, then you will be sure to play Track 07- "Role Play".

Another reason I like this mixtape because of the title. As we grow older everybody goes through changes and find's ways to reinvent one's self. It takes times to get rid of bad habits and accept new good one. I'm trying to grow blogging and find ways to financially support myself. Trying to get out of Moms house and get my own place like in Track 08- "I Got My Own"

Another thing I been wanting to reinvent is my body. I have been working out and more healthy. I will be starting a new fitness blog soon so please be on the lookout. I don't write reviews as much, but I am always willing to listen to anybodies mixtape. Just email me the link to Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.