Monday, February 29, 2016

Project Pat's "Street God 2" review

Ya boi Project Pat done did it again. He is one of the rap legends that never fail to please. He gone take you up to next levels, and have you winning da game. He has been doing his thing for so long now, it's hard to remember how much he has done. This is just another masterpiece to add to his collection, and you should add it to yours after you bang Track 03- "I'm Dat Nigga" prod. Nard & B.

Now don't be confused, this is very much the same Pat that was banging back in the 36 Mafia days. There is no reason for him to change. This was just proof that anybody can make it just doing they thang. There is no reason for you to switch up your style, just stay in your lane and make dat money, and Pat give you da formula with Track 13- "For Da Low" prod. Joeblowedaceo.

I remember downloading one of his last mixtapes "Cheze N Dope", but I didn't write a review. I don't know why because it was amazing. I was going to make sure I caught his latest one. He is one of the realest hustlers on the planet. He gives us a straight connect to his line on the outro. That's how you suppose to do, so just pay attention and learn like in Track 12- "Get Loose" prod. DJ Spinz.

I have been working real hard lately. Summer time will be here before you know it, so it's best that everybody get's to working out to have that hot bod. It's one thing to be fat, but that doesn't mean you have to be out of shape. How are you gonna call yourself attractive and you all sloopy and flabby? Gotta Stay focused like in Track 14 "Dem Women" ft. Young Dolph & Tony Yates; prod. Tony Yates.

If any artist wishes to have their mixtape featured on my blog just email me at Also you can add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. I am always willing to write one free review for anybody with some talent. There is alot of artist so you might have to wait. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Sunday, February 28, 2016

Famous Dex's "Drippy" review

CHICAGO STAND UP!!! Show some love for ya boi Famous Dex. DJ Shon has done it again and kept this buzz going. It has been a magical year for this guaranteed party starter. He has stepped up to next levels, higher than expected. This is very exciting watching him blow up like this, and everybody should be proud of your boi. He working hard every day and you will know when you hear Track 08- "Rich".

What I really like about Dex, is he has total disregard for giving any kinds of fucks. He will turn up at any moment and have everyone mesmerized. You never know, you could be out shopping, and see him just going ham recording a video. He never fail to bring it on every shoot. This is amazing watching a Chicago rapper stay away from all the bad swag, and rise above. Just know what he saying when you hear Track 06- "Oh Man Got Damn". 

On the last review I wrote for Dex, I said his stuff didn't sound professionally recorded. That is not the case with this mixtape. It appears that he is getting some legit substantial support, as he is now doing shows at all the local clubs. I am always hearing promoting on the radio about shows that he is performing. Now all he has to do is keep going and watch that money stay growing, and he is showing on Track 05- "Drip For A Milli" ft. Pachino. 

I am always willing to show my support for all the unknown artist. This has been a rollercoster ride of a month for me emotionally. Distractions are able to cloud anybody. and important for all of us to stay focused on our ultimate goals. If anybody wishes to have their mixtape reviewed on my blog, email me at Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place. 


Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Oogie Leo's "Audio Love" review

This was a real nice piece from begging to end. Ya boi Oogie Leo made sure he did his thang on this one. His pleasantly smooth temperate beats will have you thinking on the different level. He is a romantic talking some relation realness throughout the entire quantity. There is no way you will be able to doubt his ability when you hear Track 10- "All I Want".

What I really enjoyed about this was how everything was crafted. This sound's mixed and mastered by a professional top notch producer. Also I was really vibing what he has to say. He is amazing at being descriptive, and paints a vivid picture of whats going on. Anybody out there listing to this will be know how keep it hot with Track 04- "To The Side".

Also I rejoice in the fact that this was not too long. At a 46 minuet run time, it is able to listen to in one session. It would be best if you listened to this with your special someone, while yall get ya groove on. Oogie Leo will have you mixing yall zodiac signs, and making it work out no matter what they say. Everything gonna be alright, and you gonna get what you need with Track 06- "Audio Love".

We all go through periods in life that are pivitol, and drastic changes need to be made. It's nice to be single, but really all that single shit is some bullshit. It's cool to be with someone who is really out for your success, and submits them self to you. In return you gotta do the same and keep em safe. It's pointless to be out here wasting time with somebody who don't care about you, and you will buy into everything with Track 09- "If It's Worth It".

If I was you I would make sure I would be on the lookout for this artist in the future. He is dam good, and will blow off yo hood. I appreciate listening to this. I downloaded it right when it was released, but just got around to writing the review. If any artist wishes to have their mixtape reviewed just add me on Snapchat greatfrank87, or email me at


Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Lil Bre's "1997" review

Ya boi Lil Bre came in ready to win with this piece. This artist is something special, and I have been waiting to write this review. With his premier smooth trans like beats and concretely built flow, you will agree that he is pretty cool. He is a future chart banger, so ignoring him would make you a fool. You should give his sound a try and know who he is that guy with Track 04- "Who You Are".

I downloaded this mixtape a few weeks ago. Once I was able to find the time to hear all 20 tracks, I left feeling satisfied and pleased. He has some really nice beats that wont have your head aching afterwards. I do have to say, some of those tracks with the downloaded prerecorded beats was not properly edited and still had the original producers alibis. That is annoying and distracting, and those tracks could have been omitted. Best to just purchase top quality beats, or make your own for free. Lil Bre know what I mean in Track 07- "Get It" ft. Bezzeled Gang Vac.

The original reason I downloaded this mixtape was the album art. That Nintendo 64 controller brought instantly brought back some vivid memories. See, there is nothing wrong with playing games on a gaming system, but some people out here like to play games with other peoples feelings. That's not cool, and when they do that you gotta make some changes like in Track 19- "Changed Up Freestyle" ft. Jo Jo.

I will make sure I am on the lookout for more releases from Lil Bre. He is pretty nice, and the sky is the limit. I really enjoy watching artist grow over time, especially when I get to review em early. As long as you keep grinding anything is possible. If anybody wishes to link with me add me on Snapchat greatfrank87. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place. 


Monday, February 22, 2016

Curren$y & Alchemist's "The Carrollton Heist" review

Yo boi Spitta done came in, once again, and did his mutha fuckin thang. Consistency is key and he is king. You are simply just not woke if you have not had the pleasure to appreciate this mega master lyricist. He teamed up with super producer Alchemist, and just released another 3 star classic. He go in on every track, and you will defiantly know the truth when you hear Track 03- "Inspiration" ft. Action Bronson.

What I really appreciate about Spitta is he is consistent and is always working. You can always count on him to come through with some flame. Some people out here like to play games, and all of a sudden your feelings are not the same. It sucks when that happens, but when folk do that it's not a fun change. Just listen to him, and you will know who to blame on Track 05- "Disappearing Ink"
ft. Styles P.

What I am really liking about this mixtape, he is giving some straight up messages. You would be a fool to not understand whats going on. Anybody can appreciate it when you are fuckin with an honest straight up swagger. Some folk would prefer to lie and act a roll, then they get caught they act like they don't know. They don't know what to say, and you will be like Hey Hey Hey, like in Track 10- "Fat Albert" ft. Lil Wayne.

I have been too distracted lately and focused on other things. I gotta take a lesson from Spitta, and get back on my daily review grind. There are too many bad influences out here that will have you caught up in fucked up situations. Best to bury yourself in work and stay busy, that's the only way to get rich. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Wednesday, February 17, 2016

King Suave's "Heart Break King" review

Alright now, ya boi King Suave' is da boi dat know how to mac. This is was real nice mixitape, even tho there was only 5 tracks. He is a romantically powered lyrist, and you would be a fool if you didn't pay attention to every rap. He really did his thang and gives some real truth, so just listen and relax to Track 03- "Heartbreaking" prod. K.E. On The Track.

Sometimes, I much prefer a short mixtape like dis. What's really good about that is you can listen to the entire piece in one car drive. Also it allows you to appreciate the artist much more, because you are not bombarded with alot of new music. You can really pay attention to the overall message like in Track 05- "Need A Lover" prod. NY Bangers.

Now I do gotta say, it sounds like he uses alot of auto tunes. It's alright because it doesn't overwhelm the vibe. Sometimes, folk make mistakes, and get caught doing too much. When you doing that, all that follows is bad swag. You just gotta really tune in and understand what's in Track 02- "Overdue" prod. KandiMan.

 I really like this dude, and I will be on the lookout for his next piece. We be thinking da same and like in Track 04- "2 Girls" prod. KandiMan he know what be swaggin. Occasionaly, It's alright to have some extracurricular fun from time to time. You just gotta be upfront and honest at all times and you will be all fine. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Monday, February 15, 2016

Sy Ari Da Kid's "B4 The Heartbreak" review

Ya boy Sy Ari Da Kid done racked up and gamed the game with dis one. This is a much higher standard of mixtape, as opposed to your everyday release. He really went in on every glamorous stupendous joint. He really spittin alot of truth, and you will know what it do when you hear Track 11- "Queen".

I found it proper to listening to this mixtape, seeing that yesterday was Valentine Day. I noticed alot of people are single and got nobody. That really sucks, and I know how bad it may hurt. You just gotta keep moving everyday, and working to better yourself. Stay away from all heartberak, and let the past go like in Track 13- "Closure" ft. Tink.

See, there is nothing wrong with being in love. You just gotta find dat special person to care for. You gotta hold on real tight to anyone that wants you. You can't mess with anyone that's not legit and straight up. Pay attention to what Sy has to say on Track 08- "Standars".

I have not been writing many reviews lately. Like in Track 05- " Priorities" ft. Bryson Tiller my time had been filled with other activities. Swag! It's just been fun, and I appreciate everyone who visits my blog. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.


Thursday, February 4, 2016

Future's "Purple Reign" review

Ya boy Future came on with another masterpiece to add to his collection. He continues to release some of the best bits for da streets. He really know how to mac up and become a beast. Yo gone make sure you get it in and released with Track 09- "Bye Bye" prod. Zaytoven.

I have been a long time fan of Future. How could anybody not be? You are just non existent if you have not vibed with his works. Success is only attained through hard work, and when you look at Future's career you will see. It is more than evident when it all comes to the total sum, and you will have some fun when you hear Track 11- "Run Up" prod. DJ Spinz.

What you really have to appreciate about Future is he is pristien artist, with corporate sponsor. He still is willing to put out a free mixtape for everyone at any moment. That is really how you swag up and make some legit tracks. If you are willing to please the streets, and they streets will swag you back in no time. You will know the fourmula when you hear Track 10- "No Charge" prod. Southside.

I have not wrote many reviews in a minuet. That is because I am working had on some other grinds. I plan on streaming online soon and it takes time to set everything up. It's nothing to just log on and blog, but you need alot of fancy equipment to have a descent streaming quality. It's not a big deal, just gotta save up and buy what I need. Thank you for visiting Great Frank's Place.