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4.0 su 5 stelle NBA's best kept secret 28 maggio 2014
Di jesse heiny - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This collaborative hip-hop record rekindled my pre-license years of high school & playing tons of hoops. Best $1 I've spent in awhile.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Keep your day job, you ballers 27 marzo 2014
Di Alex Dionisio - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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A good time had by these basketball players turned rappers, but a decent time had by us listeners and fans.
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 20 gennaio 2015
Di CJ Mangino - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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4.0 su 5 stelle Old Skool! 1 luglio 2011
Di HiLite - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I had this cd growing up & someone stole it from me. Now I have it again.
It's funny to hear some of these guys that had no rap talent, but there are some hidden gems in there.
2.0 su 5 stelle Unintentionally Hilarious {2 ½ Stars} 10 dicembre 2007
Di Norfeest - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Let's get the obvious out of the way first. These are athletes, not rappers. So you shouldn't expect jaw dropping verbal gymnastics on this album. That being said, there are quite a few holes in this particular album. Initially, the main issue that jumped out at me is the content of the lyrics of some of these guys. Listening to Dana Barros, who is pretty good otherwise, rhyme about how he "stays strapped" and "puffin' on chronic" is as awkward as it funny. Chris Mills pretty much reiterates the "stop frontin'-I'm paid-I'm from Cali-I'm a baller" theme throughout his entire song. I didn't expect much from these guys, but JR Rider is proof positive as to why athletes shouldn't try to be rappers. His song was beyond terrible.

There are a few decent tracks to be found here and there. Malik Sealy [R.I.P.] turns in a pretty good performance with "Lost In The Sauce." His flow isn't anything out of this world, but he's one of the few on the album that sounds like he could've done this for a living had he lived longer -- he was even better than the one guy on the album that DID do this for a living for a little while (Shaq). He definitely had the voice for it and he rode the beat nicely. Jason Kidd represents well too. He's probably saved by an excellent QD III creation and some vocals from DU member, Money B. Dennis Scott turns in a nice track, but Sauce Money rhymes more than he does on it. Gary Payton does a decent job, but he gets swallowed up by the production -- you can hardly hear him. Cedric Ceballos stumbles all over the beat on Flow On, but Warren G. does a pretty good job on the boards and even holds things together with a verse of his own. The obvious standout track is the last one. Ya Don't Stop features Cedric Ceballos, Dana Barros, Diamond D., Grand Puba, A.G., & Sadat X getting busy over an ill Diamond D creation. Speaking of producers, I'd say the production is nice for the most part. Producers like Warren G., DJ Alamo (Brand Nubian), QDIII, Clark Kent, Ant Banks, and a few others all supply pretty good beats.

B-Ball's Best Kept Secret is one of those novelty albums that, despite the popularity of the athletes at the time, never seemed to catch on to any particular niche (not even basketball or rap fans). The production is pretty good in spots, but the overabundance of wack lyrics weigh the things down. And, after you get past all of that, the fact is that this album hasn't aged very well over the 13 years since it's been released. I recommend taking a pass on this one or downloading it if you absolutely must hear it.

Standout Tracks: Lost In The Sauce, What The Kidd Didd feat. Money B., All Night Party feat. Sauce Money, & Ya Don't Stop feat. Diamond D., Grand Puba, A.G., & Sadat X (My Favorite)


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