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Curtis [PA] * by 50 Cent

8 Ratings: -1.0
Aftermath Records (USA) ( September 18, 2007 ), Genre: R&B

Curtis Jackson is New York hip-hop king 50 Cent's real name, so the title of his third album, CURTIS, implies that everybody's favorite gangsta is keeping it as real as possible. Considering how much 50 Cent's rep and raison d'etre revolve around his … see full wiki

1 review about Curtis [PA] * by 50 Cent

Not worth two bits

  • Sep 7, 2008
Rating:
-2
I hate to say, but "Curtis" blows
It's not your usual Fiddy
Slow jams and samples, what the heck?
It almost sounds like Diddy

The guest artistes help out a lot
He has his friends to thank
Their tracks might be the only ones
To go straight to the bank

If I said I liked this one
I'd just be straight up lyin'
It sounds to me like he got rich
And then he just stopped tryin'




Amanda Richards

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September 08, 2008
wasn't feeling the album, either!
 
September 08, 2008
Ok, that was hysterical. Thx for the belly laugh =)
 
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