Without the backing of 50 Cent and G Unit, I was unsure what The Game could do as his "difficult second album".On listening through though, "Doctor's Advocate" sees The Game making the sort of album that showcases him well. His background was always streetwise, his attitude is right and his lyrics are still thoughtful but now are much more mature and the overall musical style and tempo is more in keeping with his delivery than the more bombastic approach of G Unit.The self-indulgence of certain parts of "T..
Theres definently been a lot of good reviews, for an album that has just been released, people here r quick to judge. So far I've got a good feeling about it. I will admit its not quite a classic that I expected so far. When I first heard Doggstyle or Niggaz4life i instantly knew they were classics. Back to this album thu, its not all bad. I feel maybe i need to give it more time before i give it a full judgement. When One Blood came out back in June/July I found it difficult to get into at first. It ..
Well, it certainly does live up to its expectations, even without Dre production. The songs are much more raw than the previous album which in my opinion, makes for better music. Although Dr.Dre is sadly missed on this LP, you get over it. Scott Storch has a very similar style of production to the great doctor so it still has the same feel. I won't go into great detail about the album, just to let you know that it's a great album, filled with great production and rhymes. One of the better albums of 2006.