Review : E-40 - My Ghetto Report Card
Entertainment WeeklyAfter six top 20 albums in the last 11 years, rotund rhymer E-40 stays relevant with My Ghetto Report Card, a solid soundtrack to the Bay Area's bursting hyphy hip-hop subculture. Featuring production from Lil Jon, the LP speeds up crunk's creeping scurrilousness while toning down its violent undercurrents. And with skeletal scorchers like ''Tell Me When to Go,'' and ''White Gurl'' giving 40's precise wordplay room to parry and strike, the California vet requires no grading curve....full text
AllHipHop.comEvery once in a while, a veteran makes an album that serves as a reintroduction. Scarface achieved this with The Fix and Snoop had R&G. A thirteen-year Vallejo veteran, E-40's My Ghetto Report Card (Reprise/BME) is an iconic rapper's buck-wild Spring Break of his senior year. With a new label, Lil' Jon producing the bulk, and a rising Hyphy movement, this album is a party-to-ghostride....full text
HipHopDXVallejo, Califoolya's very own native son, Earl 'E-40' Stevens, has already made quite a huge impact in the music game. With his tenth, yes count 'em, tenth studio effort, My Ghetto Report Card, his first for Lil Jon's Warner Bros. distributed BME imprint, the, self anointed, Ambassador of the Yay, continues his rap reign....full text
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