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New Joc City

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An album by Yung Joc
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Pretty good for a freshman album.

  • Jun 8, 2006
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Has Diddy got it right this time...maybe depending how you take it.Yung Joc is mildly talented, the CD is good but could have been better: majority of the beats and lyrics sound similar though. Being with the BadBoy label he is probably doomed to become a one-hit-wonder. "Do Ya Bad" and "I Know You See It" are more of the same, while "Hear Me Coming" goes in a different direction and borrows G-Unit's attitude and production style.

"Patron," "Flip Flop," "I'm Him, Hear Me Coming" and I Know You See It," are the stand out tracks to me.Other than that this album has a handful of hooks and great beats, it's a decent album for Bad Boy South, but here's hoping Joc brings his own style next time.

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Label: Bad Boy
Artist: Yung Joc
Release Date: June 6, 2006

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