A.K.

The Teflon Don

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First self-released in 2004 on the underground circuit, A.K.'s debut album caught enough attention that the Fahrenheit label picked it up and reissued a slightly remixed version in 2005. A Sacramento-based rapper with a no-nonsense lyrical presence, A.K. can be terrifically skilled behind the mic, but he's hampered by lyrics that don't really bring much that's new to the underground gangsta party. The lyrics are as unimaginative as the song titles: "Came to Party," "Get That Money," "Knock Bad Bitches," and so on. Ace Mak's production is solid but similarly uninspired, featuring the same thudding, bass-heavy beats as any number of other albums in the style. Competent but not earth-shattering, The Teflon Don has its moments, but overall it's an album that promises more than it delivers.

Track Listing

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1
feat: Ak Band
0:56
2
3:08
3
feat: Ak Band
3:38
4
feat: Ak Band / Freako
4:00
5
feat: Ak Band
3:13
6
feat: Ak Band
3:48
7
feat: Ak Band
3:21
8
feat: Ak Band
3:25
9
feat: Ak Band / C-BO / Young Meek
3:25
10
feat: Ak Band
3:42
11
4:17
12
feat: Ak Band / Freako / JDK
4:05
13
feat: Ak Band
3:38
14
3:18
15
3:39
16
feat: Ak Band
3:44
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