Mia X's second album, Unlady Like, finds the hardcore rapper following the footsteps of Lil' Kim and Foxy Brown, as she makes her music sexier and more profane than before. The results are somewht mixed, mainly because the music isn't always catchy or well-produced -- like many No Limit records, it suffers from cheap production and borrowed ideas that aren't re-stated particularly well. Still, Mia X has personality and can occasionally toss out a funny line, and there are a few cuts where it all gels; that's where Unlady Like becomes highly entertaining, sub-gangsta hardcore hip-hop.
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AllMusic Review by Leo Stanley