Reprise / Wea

My Ghetto Report Card

Riding on the popularity of the song/video "Tell Me When To Go," E-40's latest album also doubles as an introduction of the Bay Area's burgeoning "Hyphy" movement to a national audience. His constantly evolving slangcabulary and taffy-like vocal style are acquired tastes--especially outside the Yay-...
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Reprise / Wea

My Ghetto Report Card

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Riding on the popularity of the song/video "Tell Me When To Go," E-40's latest album also doubles as an introduction of the Bay Area's burgeoning "Hyphy" movement to a national audience. His...
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Artist

e-40

Format

audio cd

Label

reprise / wea

Release Date

Mar 14 2006 12:00AM

Manufacturer

Reprise / Wea

Riding on the popularity of the song/video "Tell Me When To Go," E-40's latest album also doubles as an introduction of the Bay Area's burgeoning "Hyphy" movement to a national audience. His constantly evolving slangcabulary and taffy-like vocal style are acquired tastes--especially outside the Yay--but this new album makes smart choices and is one of 40's most crossover-friendly albums to date. His signature "mob sound" has been stripped down to a minimalist bed of thick bass kicks and catchy hand claps by everyone from Rick Rock ("Yay Area") to Droop-E ("Sick Wit It II"), even Lil' Jon ("Tell Me When To Go"). The album can feel a little repetitive at times, but it's also a sound that plays well in clubs, cars, and earbuds. 40 also opens his door to a host of guests, including local talent like Keak Da Sneak ("Muscle Cars") and The Federation ("Go Hard or Go Home"), but he wisely collaborates with others like NY's Juelz Santana and Houston's UGK ("White Gurl") as well as R&B crooner T-Pain ("U And Dat"). Will this album have the rest of the nation ghostriding the whip? Give it three months and we'll see. --Oliver Wang
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Riding on the popularity of the song/video "Tell Me When To Go," E-40's latest album also doubles as an introduction of the Bay Area's burgeoning "Hyphy" movement to a national audience. His constantly evolving slangcabulary and taffy-like vocal style are acquired tastes--especially outside the Yay--but this new album makes smart choices and is one of 40's most crossover-friendly albums to date. His signature "mob sound" has been stripped down to a minimalist bed of thick bass kicks and catchy hand claps by everyone from Rick Rock ("Yay Area") to Droop-E ("Sick Wit It II"), even Lil' Jon ("Tell Me When To Go"). The album can feel a little repetitive at times, but it's also a sound that plays well in clubs, cars, and earbuds. 40 also opens his door to a host of guests, including local talent like Keak Da Sneak ("Muscle Cars") and The Federation ("Go Hard or Go Home"), but he wisely collaborates with others like NY's Juelz Santana and Houston's UGK ("White Gurl") as well as R&B crooner T-Pain ("U And Dat"). Will this album have the rest of the nation ghostriding the whip? Give it three months and we'll see. --Oliver Wang
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