Passion's debut album Baller's Lady is a fairly strong West-Coast rap album, distinguished by its high-class production, deep grooves and Passion's gritty sass. Despite her efforts, Passion isn't able to hold our interest over the course of the album -- sure, the title track is a slammin' single, but the rest of the album plays like variations on a theme, which gets mighty tiring by the end of the record. There's promise, to be certain, on the album, but Passion rarely keeps the ball in play during the course of the record.
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AllMusic Review by Leo Stanley