If you've ever heard any of the Southern-style rappers from the No Limit or Cash Money cliques, chances are you've already heard a million records like this. After all, there was a time when Master P and his ilk were cranking out what seemed to be a new record every week. Problem was, no matter whose name appeared on the label, most of those records sounded the same, and even fans of the Dirty South sound had difficulty telling the artists apart. Lil Blunt, part of Atlanta's Fi-Clique rap quartet, isn't really bringing anything new to the table, either. The usual tales about living on the streets, thug life, drugs, guns, and bitches abound, backed by the same generic jeep beats you've heard ad nauseum. With its played-out lyrical themes (making money, putting "hoes" in their place, etc.), the album is notable only for an appearance by Too Short, who must have lost some sort of bet to lower himself to this.
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AllMusic Review by Bret Love